Roads to Recovery hosts trunk or treat
CLARION Roads to Recovery, Inc. in Clarion hosted its first Halloween trunk or treat along with many other county agencies and providers.
"We had a
night of giveaways, fun and treats. We wanted to show the community how
much we care as agencies and providers and bring the community together
for a night of fun," said Stephanie Seidle-Weaver.
The purpose of the peer support program is to link individuals with a
peer mentor who serves as a role model and demonstrates that recovery is
Peer mentors serve as role models in recovery who encourage
individuals to seek treatment when necessary, maintain wellness, take an
active role in their own treatment plans and attend self-help groups
such as Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, and other consumer run support groups.
Peer support services are available only to individuals diagnosed with
serious and persistent mental illness. To be eligible for this service, the individual must obtain a signed referral from
To request a referral or for more information about the Roads to Recovery peer support program call Stephanie or Chris of Roads to Recovery at (814) 226-5126.