Our Peer Services division is based on the simple principle that all people, regardless of psychiatric disability or trauma-related condition have the capacity to recovery and that all people should be afforded the opportunity to try.
In 1994, The Alliance for Right and Recovery created the NYAPRS Peer Bridger model, a peer driven approach to helping people make successful transitions from institutional to community settings of choice. Since then, we have created, delivered and offered training and technical assistance to individuals in both communities as well as psychiatric hospitals and adult homes.
The CORE Peer Navigator Project, through the Alliance for Rights and Recovery, connects a Peer Navigator with Health and Recovery Plan members who are discovering recovery and all its possibilities as they work toward success. The Peer Navigator will support them throughout the referral, engagement, and service delivery process.