Peer Support Services
Recovery mentors are people who are living well in their own recovery from mental illness. Mentors assist adults with mental illness on the journey of recovery by providing support through shared experience.
Peer Support is a Medicaid funded program administered by the MCO’s of Iowa. Regional funding may also be obtained by application, Private pay options are also available. Peer Support is designed to assist an individual with mental illness seek recovery by pairing them with a mentor who has experience with similar issues and is currently living well.
A Recovery mentor uses their personal recovery story to instill hope. The Recovery mentor walks alongside the client, providing support and guidance on the recovery journey. Recovery Mentors assist individuals in working on their desired goals, often assisting people in developing coping skills, building support networks, and developing other needed life skills. Recovery Mentors also assist clients by linking them with other support services that might be helpful. Locations: Sioux, Lyon, Osceola, O’Brien, Clay, Dickinson, Palo Alto, Emmet Counties in Iowa.
- 1800 19th St., Rock Valley, IA 51247
- 920 S Grand Ave., Spencer, IA 51301
Contact us at 712-470-1589
Office hours Monday-Friday 8:00am-4:30pm or as requested by client
Services are frequently provided in home and community locations.