BECOME A
PEER CONNECTor

Do you enjoy helping others?

Do you have lived experience with mental health challenges, either your own or someone you love?

Do you have a couple of hours a week to talk with someone who may need a listening ear?

Yes?! Then you may be our next Peer CONNECTor!

Our Peer CONNECTors are community members with l ived experience of mental health challenges – either their own or family members. Peer CONNECTors can relate when times get tough. They are people who have been through tough times and received support and help in their time of need. Now they want to give back to their community.

As a Peer CONNECTor, you will receive training i n how to navigate the local mental health system and how to offer support in a way that empowers others to understand their choices and Website Verbiage Peer CONNECTions pages on website make informed decisions. Peer CONNECTors are not clinical professionals nor are they crisis workers.

The goal of Peer CONNECtions is to reduce feelings of isolation and increase community connectedness. Will you join us in this goal?

We’d love to hear from you. Use the form below to schedule an informal CONNECTor interview with Wendy O’Leary.

*Due to the statewide mandates regarding COVID-19, all Peer CONNECTions will be made via phone/virtually at this time.

    First Name

    Last Name

    Your Email*

    Your Phone Number

    What excites you about becoming a Peer CONNECTor?


    If you need assistance finding mental health resources in Summit County, please call our Peer Navigators at 435-776.HELP (4357).

    The People’s Voice for Mental Health in Summit County

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