Petaluma Peer Recovery Project
A peer run, mental health, self-help recovery center
supporting one’s personal journey of mental health recovery, discovery, and wellness
We respect individual pathways to wellness and value self-direction as well as mutual support. We strive to empower ourselves and each other through education, creativity, and discovery.
Our center is available to members for drop-in services, including: round table discussions, support groups, art, guest presentations, and more. We are a center of adults (18+) with lived mental health challenges. Membership to all is free.
The Petaluma Peer Recovery Project is consumer operated & is funded by the Sonoma County Behavioral Health Division as a program of Goodwill Industries of the Redwood Empire.
PPRP is funded by Sonoma County Department of Health Services through the voter-approved Mental Health Services Act (Prop.63). It is one of several MHSA programs implemented by Sonoma County Behavioral Health, a county government organization working to improve mental health outcomes for individuals, families and communities. For more information, visit:
We offer support to our Members interested in identifying and accessing local community resources, including: transit system navigation, free and affordable community activities and events, local food services, access to mental health services, and more.
If you are thinking of going back to school, getting your GED, re-entering the workforce, or getting a better job, we can offer support and guidance to other community resources.
We provide a modest library of books that you can check out for free. Our selection includes books on self-help, family dynamics, overall wellness, specific diagnoses, medication, nutrition, and more.
This is a contact page with some basic contact information and a contact form.