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Peer Support

Connect with peers and bring support to those who may be experiencing similar situations to you.

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Community Alliance

Community Alliance understands the power of having walked in someone else’s shoes. For many who face a mental illness, the practical, hands-on advice and understanding of those who have faced similar challenges is the added layer of support and direction they need to achieve their own recovery or at least overcome a current roadblock. That is why Community Alliance provides trained peer specialists throughout its programs.




Grief’s Journey

Grief’s Journey is a place to turn where you don’t have to feel alone in your grief. Take a look at the variety of free programs for kids, adults and families that inspire hope for a new future through community and companionship. All programs are free and unless otherwise noted are for youth ages 3-18 and their adult caregiver(s). You must register in advance to attend.


Hillcrest Services

Helping a loved one through a transitional period can be difficult. Keya House Warmline offers multiple support groups to help family members and caregivers through these situations. Browse the different support groups below to find out which one is right for you.


LGBT National Help Center

Serving the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer & questioning community by providing free & confidential peer-support and local resources.