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Our Meetings

The list below shows the meetings we are currently offering online.


  • A Well Examined Life


  • Aspie/Autism Peer Support
    This is peer online support group for other people who also have Asperger’s Syndrome, or high functioning autism. This is a place to talk with other peers who also are on the autistic spectrum. This is a safe place where you can relax, away from neurotypicals, and not have to worry about judgement from other people.


  • Better Days: Exploring Mental Health Topics
    Join us as we explore mental health issues and coping skills through a combination of readings and introspective activities. Each meeting will cover a specific topic which we delve into in a hands-on way. Be prepared to think deeply about problem solving and building your resilience to deal with life's ups and downs.
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  • Career Advancement and Maintenance for Peers
    These meetings are for individuals working or volunteering in the mental health field with lived experience or a family member.
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  • Conference Call for Board of Directors
    This is a test for the PRPSN board of directors


  • Creative Expressions
    A writing space for new and experienced writers! Journal Writing, Poetry, Song writing, short stories etc. A place to vent and be creative with your pen and pencil.
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  • ERA - Eclectic Recovery Amplified
    Eclectic Recovery Amplified (ERA) Purpose: ERA provides a safe space for members to process, inform, affirm, and nurture their recovery. ERA recognizes that a successful recovery is a sustainable recovery and sustainability often finds success through curiosity and diversity. ERA supports sustainable recovery by creating a listening/collaborative space to help members move forward without barriers to solutions, without fear of the unfamiliar or unusual. WHO is ERA for? ERA welcomes all in recovery who find themselves seeking tools, techniques, and practices outside of one's normal venues for guidance and support. Upcoming: weekly check-ins including discussions of Evidence-based practices, techniques, tools, tips, and more to help members enhance their recovery


  • Evolving Empires: From Surviving to Thriving
    A group with a focus on Healing From and Growing Through toxic environments, relationships, etc.


  • Goal Setting: Building a Better You
    We will talk about setting realistic, measurable goals in our lives and taking steps towards achieving those goals.
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  • Guest Speaker Series
    Each week we welcome a Peer to share stories of Hope in the face of adversity and invite group members into an intimate look at Recovery. Members will have the opportunity to check-in and participate in a Q&A with the featured facilitator.


  • H.O.P.E. Pop-up Group!
    H.O.P.E. As an effort to make more groups available, we have added this pop-up group! This is a Processing, Focused Discussion & creative hybrid group. This group does not have a single assigned topic so each group held will be a bit different. All members are welcome in this group and invited to check-in with a Peer Supporter, play social games, engage in lively discussions surrounding mental health topics, exercise your creativity, and MORE!
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  • Hearing Voices Network
    A safe space for people of all ages and backgrounds to talk freely about voice-hearing, intrusive thoughts, visions and similar sensory experiences


  • Let’s Get Better Together! (A LGBTQ+ Safe Space)
    Processing group for members identifying as LGBTQ+. A safe space to help individuals make connections with their peers and share experiences.


  • Looking Towards The Future
    Join Leonard in discussion about mental health recovery, the journey and the road beyond it.
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  • Nutrition & Fitness


  • Online Facilitator Monthly Meeting
    This is our monthly meeting for online facilitators. Facilitators will be able to check in on any challenges that they might be having, technical or otherwise. We will also go over announcements in terms of the program and events that may be coming up in the near future. This group is reserved for online facilitators.


  • Peers Helping Peers


  • Personal Budgeting
    Personal Budgeting is a special workshop hosted by David Budiman, MBA. David is a bookkeeper and accountant and will be taking about how to manage your money. Financial literacy is an important skill for peer specialists and for the people we serve. Finances is one of SAMHSA's Eight Dimensions of Wellness.


  • Recovery Through Writing
    Writing is a very powerful way to express our feelings and thoughts. It can oftentimes help us get through tough times, better appreciate the good times, and help to get our thoughts in order and make decisions. The writing can be songwriting, journal writing, prose, poetry, rap, short stories, novels, etc. There are no rules in art and creativity. Feel free to bring a piece that you'd like to share.


  • Reflections
    This group will help everyone reflect on how their week is going and on taking on everyday challenges in life. We will help to empower one another through discussion and self-expression.
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  • Self Help Through Self Expression
    Life experiences often hit us so uniquely that the only way we can share our joy, pain, fears, and sorrows is to express ourselves in art and environment. These expressions often spark conversations that reveal things about our experiences that make us stronger once realized and insight is given. Come join peers as we express our experiences in life and talk about what we go through and what we enjoy which leads to fulfilling, enriching, and/or sublime living.


  • Self-Esteem
    One's self-esteem has a huge impact on quality of life. Do you believe in yourself? Do you like yourself? In this group we will focus on increasing our self-esteem so that we can feel more confident, increase our self-esteem, and become our best self.


  • Steps to Recovery
    Together, we will go step by step through ways that we can progress through our recovery. Topics include harm reduction, conflict resolution and understanding mental health.


  • SWOT - Strengths Weaknesses Obstacles and Threats


  • TEST


  • Weight Loss, Wellness & Wholeness (WWW) Eaters
    A Self-Help Group for those who want to achieve and maintain a healthy weight and lifestyle. Throughout history, those with mental health challenges have also experienced challenges maintaining a healthy weight. This is either due to lifestyle, medication, other chemical imbalances, or a combination of various factors. WWW stands for Weight loss, Wellness, and Wholeness. Through collaboration with personal lived experiences, we will support each other in achieving our physical and mental health goals through the use of self-help tactics that we share and establish relationships that will lead us to success.


  • Women With Vision (For Survivors of Trauma)
    A place for women that have survived Trauma, but need encouragement and a positive place to prepare for the journey ahead through learning SELF CARE!
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  • WRAP - Wellness Recovery Action Plan
    Join us for this special 4-week series that came highly requested from members. WRAP stands for Wellness Recovery Action Plan. Learn how to create a personalized WRAP plan to map out & plan ahead for the times when you just aren't feeling well!
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