Peer 360 Recovery Alliance exists to serve the diverse recovery communities, their family, friends and allies offering a unified voice and a shared recovery vision. We are building bridges across the gaps between professional treatment services and successful lives in long-term recovery so that no more are lost to addiction.
What is peer support? Peer support is an informal gathering of others in recovery; it is a chance to share your experience and strength in recovery with others. It is also a chance to talk about your struggles and get support.
Our Operations & Technology Coordinator, Kyle Hanshaw, is shown above in an advertisement for Michigan Health and Human Services' Anti-Stigma campaign: "Stories of Recovery".
Anna Winters and Andrew Vasquez share their recovery stories in a short documentary format done by the Inter-Tribal Council of Michigan. For more information regarding the ITCMI, visit their website at www.itcmi.org/addictionhelp.
Expungement clinic offers participants second chance at life (click on link below)
Some photos from our Murder Mystery dinner! Can you guess the theme? 1950's Sock Hop!
Peer 360 meeting-goers attending a 'Serenity Room' meeting following a night of Putt-Putt, Ice Cream and fellowship at Mussell Beach Drive-In in Bay City, MI.
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Photos from Peer 360's event on Friday, July 2nd 2021 in Bay City, MI. Event: Cookout at Carroll Park
Peer 360 participated in contribution to the education of SVSU Nurse Practitioner, Social Work, and Occupational Therapy Students & Ferris State University Pharmacy Students in Screening, Brief Intervention & Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) in December 2018.
We were recently in the news! See how Peer 360 is working to help combat the opioid crisis and break down the stigma of addiction in our own community.
Radio Interview with Peer 360's Tony Loewe! [LINK BELOW]