Project Return Peer Support Network is Los Angeles County's oldest program run by and for people with mental health challenges. With the motto of "taking charge together," PRPSN offers peer-to-peer support to help individuals reach their personal goals, such as living independently, going to school, getting a job, having friends and enjoying life in the community and advance in their recovery.
Currently, PRPSN offers over 150 in person groups throughout Los Angeles and have 3 through this online platform, a number which will be expanded upon, in the future! Each group is individualized and is self-directed. Activities and curriculum are created by the facilitators and group participants. While some groups direct conversations on specific recovery based discussions, others focus on physical wellness and it’s connection to mental wellness, building socialization skills and the exploration of varying coping methods ranging from arts and music to writing and much, much more!
While some groups may have a topic they stay around, all are open to the direction of the members which makes support groups perfect for peers, friends, or family members wanting to learn more about and support recovery.