Peer Support

for Individuals Experiencing Mental Illness


Peer Support Services for individuals experiencing mental illness are provided by local mental health centers by Certified Peer Specialists.  Contact your local mental health center about the availability of services.

Peer Support is also available at Drop-in Centers and the Wings Across Alabama Warm line 1-844-999-4647

for Individuals Experiencing Substance Use Disorders


PEIR

People Engaged in Recovery (PEIR) advocate, empower and collaborate for individuals seeking recovery from substance use disorder in the Mobile area. Our goal is to assist professionals and other peers with providing quality, certified peer oriented services.

 

PEIR flyer
PEIR brochure

 

888-421-7347 | gulfcoastpeir@gmail.com

ROSS

The Recovery Organization of Support Specialists (ROSS) seeks to further develop and advance the role of Recovery Support within the community while promoting the right of self-determination and personal responsibility in individuals pursuing recovery.

 

ROSS will provide support services to all individuals in Jefferson County and its surrounding areas, both before and after treatment. No one in need of recovery support services will be denied immediate attention. Download ROSS brochure, weekly schedule, phone flyer, flyer and PSA.

 

The Recovery Organization of Support Specialists aims to advocate, empower and collaborate for any individual seeking recovery.

 

3616 5th Avenue South, Birmingham 35222
Hours: 10:00am-10:00pm Monday - Sunday
205-848-2112 | rossbhm4us@gmail.com
www.ross4u.org

ROSS Marshall County

1280 Suite B Hwy 431, Boaz 35957

ROSS Montgomery

925 Forest Avenue, Montgomery 36106
Hours: 4:00-8:00pm Monday - Friday, 11:00am - 7:00pm Saturday & Sunday
334-356-2890 | mapssmgm4us@gmail.com

Michael B. Autrey, Director
Pamela Butler, Coordinator of Recovery Resources
Deborah Pennington, Certified Peer Specialist
Nick Snead, Certified Peer Specialist II

1-800-832-0952 Toll Free
334-242-3456 Montgomery Area
334-242-0796 Fax

Alabama has a peer-driven accessible system of recovery-oriented services that address the holistic needs of individuals who have experienced substance use disorders.