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cameron.schudy@westcountyservices.org

Petaluma Peer Recovery Center October 2021 Group Overview

Latest Update: 10/11/21

  1. We are doing groups in-person and operating at 100% capacity :

Monday: Calming Anxiety – 10:30-11-30am 

Wednesday: Positive Thinking – 10:30-11:30am

Wednesday: Body Image/Wellness1-1:30pm

Thursday: Peer Discussion Group – 10:30-11:30am  

Thursday: Next Steps – 12- 1pm

Come Join Us! October 28th for our Monthly Forum: Combating Depression With Creativity

 We are available to do 1 on 1 zoom meetings;  please call the PPRC office at 565-1299 to set up a time.

 We are available to do 1 on 1 meetings (with masks & socially distanced);  please call the PPRC office at 565-1299 to set up a time.

 We are operating our Warmline;  please call the PPRC office at 565-1299 during the following times:  Monday 10am-3pm, Wednesday 10am-3pm, Thursday 10am-1pm

October Group Descriptions 2021

Open Art Studio: This space creates the opportunity to socialize with peers while expressing
ourselves through working on individual and group art projects. We have paints, spin art,
collaging, sketching and drawing supplies, & more.


Morning Check-In: We use this time to share announcements, check in about how we are
doing, what we are looking forward to and what requests we may have for support for the day.


Calming Our Anxiety: We gather to better understand anxiety, and explore different types
and causes of anxiety. We discuss a spectrum of anxious feelings, from that manifested within
ourselves and our thoughts, to reactions to certain surroundings. We explore many different
ways to diffuse our feelings of extreme unease and anxiety.


Positive Thinking: Positive Thinking or an optimistic attitude is the practice of focusing on
the good in any given situation. It can have a big impact on our physical and mental health.
Please join us!


Peer Discussion: Please join us as we pick a topic or two and share our insights with each
other. If you would like, bring a topic you would like to discuss and/or present to the group.
Next Steps: This is a time where we look into what next steps we may want to consider taking
on our life and recovery journeys. We invite folks to share ideas, challenges, goals, etc. and we
look into resources that may be helpful to us along our way.


Monthly Forum: Usually held on the last Thursday of the month, we will be highlighting
opportunities and resources in the community related to education, employment and more.
Afternoon Check in: This gives us an opportunity to check-in about how our day has gone,
what we may be planning, etc.


Music & Art: No experience necessary, just a willingness to have fun in a creative and healing
way! We hold this space for us to make and/or listen to music and get our creative juices
flowing in group and individual art projects. We have a number of instruments including a
keyboard, bongos, and a guitar at PPRC, as well as a large stock of art supplies. You are also
welcome to bring an acoustic instrument and art work in process to work on.


Fun & Games: Having fun is a very important part of our recovery journeys and we have a
number of games onsite to choose from, such as Yahtzee (a big hit), bingo, clue, cards, scrabble
and dominos – and we can always play charades, Pictionary and more!


Body Image & Wellness: Together we come to share our struggles and triumphs related to
how we perceive ourselves, and challenge traditional ideas of what health, beauty and
wellbeing really are. Please come engage in our enriching discussion space as we learn and
grow together.

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Petaluma Peer Recovery Center

Peer run, mental health, self-help recovery, drop in center

Our mission:

To build community by fostering growth and recovery through connection with mental health peers. 

 We are available to do 1 on 1 meetings (with masks & socially distanced);  please call the PPRC office at  565-1299 to set up a time.

 We are operating our Warmline;  please call the PPRC office at 565-1299 during the following times:  Monday 10am-3pm, Wednesday 10am-3pm, Thursday 10am-1pm

You can also join zoom groups by going to the websites for The Wellness Center and Interlink  (both in Santa Rosa).

We hope you are well and we look forward to hearing from you soon.

You can still reach us by phone

(707) 565-1299

Due to COVID-19 concerns, The Wellness and Advocacy Center, Interlink Self-Help Center,  and the Petaluma Peer Recovery Center – PPRC are offering service with masks and social distancing at our drop-in center. We are all available for warmline support during the hours listed below. We will also provide updates on as public health guidelines change.

For Telephone Peer Support:

Wellness and Advocacy Center 565 -7800      Tuesday through Friday 9:00 – 4:00

Interlink Self-Help Center 546-4481,    546-4482,     546-4483    &     546-4484                      Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 9:30 to 4:30 and Thursday 9:30-2:00

Petaluma Peer Recovery Center (PPRC)  565-1299                                                            Monday, Wednesday and Thursday 10:00 – 3:00

Russian River Empowerment Center (707) 823-1640 ext 207 then press 0                  Monday through Thursday 9:30 am to 3:30 pm

More Peer Support Resources

  • The Mental Health Association of San Francisco (MHASF) runs the California Statewide Peer Warmline  NOW OPERATES 24/7   1-855-845-1415
  • https://www.mentalhealthsf.org/peer-run-warmline/
  • Northern Valley Talkline (Butte County) increased their hours, now open 11:30am-9:30pm 7 days a week 1-855-582-5554
  • Zoom Platform for Web conferencing & Webinars, there is a Zoom HIPPA-Compliant purchase option: https://zoom.us/healthcare

 

SCBH Warmline (Licensed Professionals) 565-2652

Seven days a week  10am – 7pm

Remember Social Distancing does not mean social isolation.

You can still talk to friends and neighbors as long as you stay at least 6 feet away from each other, talk by phone, text social media

Social Distancing

Please leave medical masks for health care workers
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