New website shining example of peer-to-peer support in action!

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I don't usually gush about a resource, but dang; I am seriously gushing about the folks at This great web-based resource was produced by and for young adults in recovery from mental health and substance use issues. How sweet is that? Take some time to peruse the website. The website has great content, engaging visual appeal, and is full of well-crafted first person stories. Now this is indeed a worthy read and a brilliant example of the power of peer to peer support among young adults in recovery. Shout it from the rooftops, Network faithful!

Here is how they describe what they do and the journey they took to get there:

Okay Network faithful, they are looking for feedback, so go on over to their website and let them know what you think!


  1. George Patrin, MD/MHA, San Antonio, TX's avatar
    George Patrin, MD/MHA, San Antonio, TX
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    Very nice website for peer-to-peer information. However, I could not find anything about young people with schizophrenia on the TP site. When you go to assessment and info this condition is conspicuously missing. (MHA has some information but it is not first hand and peer to peer.) I will explore it further and try calling the hot line perhaps.
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