What is Peer Recovery?

 

Whether you’re struggling with sobriety, or sober and want to connect with others who share similar experiences, the Peer Recovery program is an open door waiting for you.

A community-based case management program for Native Americans who have entered an addiction treatment program, been screened for treatment, or have been placed on a waiting list for treatment, Peer Recovery is designed to be an integrated component of your comprehensive addiction treatment program.

 

The primary purpose of Peer Recovery is to help you gain access to needed resources, services, or supports to help you achieve recovery from your substance use disorder.

Led by Peer Recovery Coach Emily Chorba
Emily Chorba, certified Peer Recovery Coach and Wellbriety Firestarter, has a unique background and skill set based on her own experience with alcohol abuse and subsequent use of community resources to get sober. Emily brings her first-hand knowledge of these services to assist others in initiating and maintaining recovery, while also helping and uncovering resources for a better quality of personal and family life.

Peer Recovery Coaches are available to help you create and develop recovery pathways, while providing you with emotional, informational, instrumental, and community-based support.

Are you ready to take the first step? Call (269) 783-2476, email Emily.Chorba@PokagonBand-nsn.gov or reach out to us here.

We are ready to help.

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