Peer Supported Recovery Services

Peer support occurs when people provide knowledge, experience, emotional, social or practical help to each other.

Peer support promotes a sense of belonging within the community—a key to recovery and well-being—and the development of self-efficacy through role modeling and assisting peers with finding meaning, purpose, and social connections in their lives. Peer-delivered services generate superior outcomes in terms of engaging individuals with co-occurring substance use and mental health disorders.

Peer Recovery Centers

Peer-led recovery is a holistic approach to long-term recovery. Support is led by people who have traveled the pathway to recovery and who understand the job and challenges of the journey. Working alongside someone with a shared experience means that support is credible and sustaining. Research proves that peer-led support is the most effective approach to substance use recovery.

Services provided by Granite Pathways — a company of The Fedcap Group — include:

For more information contact: Erica Ungarelli at

Clubhouse Model

Men and women coping with serious mental illness often need a place where they can go, receive help and training, and develop a sense of community. They have such a place at Chelton Loft is dedicated to the wellness and recovery of people living with mental illness. We are a community of mutual support that provides our members with opportunities to gain skills, confidence and respect as co-workers, neighbors, friends, and citizens.

Open 6 days a week, Chelton Loft, located in Harlem, is there for individuals needing to build a community and a path toward economic well-being.

For More information Contact Suzanne Stout –

Seacoast Pathways — a company of The Fedcap Group — provides a Clubhouse model that offers a warm and welcoming place to go during the day where people connect with others in a safe, supportive environment. We offer educational, prevocational, health, and mental health support as well as strength-based activities.

For more information contact: Ann Strachan at