Westchester Recovery Network-Intensive
The Westchester Recovery Network-Intensive (WRN-I) is a mobile support service provided by peer professionals to assist individuals who are currently in the hospital or have had a recent hospitalization for a behavioral health condition. We recognize that everyone has their own unique recovery journey and WRN-I views relapses and hospital re-admissions as bumps in the road. WRN-I empowers people to move forward on their path, collaborating with them to honor their inherent strength and resilience.
Westchester Recovery Network
The Westchester Recovery Network (WRN) offers peer outreach and support for adults who have experienced behavioral health conditions and wish to decrease dependence on the behavioral health system while developing greater self-reliance and a more fully integrated life in the community. Operated by peer professionals, WRN is made up of Recovery Specialists who have lived experience. They help individuals discover or rediscover their passions in life and establish connections with others, helping to further self-development and economic self-sufficiency.
Westchester Recovery Network-Enhanced
Westchester Recovery Network-Enhanced expands the array of peer supports to individuals during times of vulnerability, such as after recent hospitalization, release from incarceration, during times of homelessness, or other periods of increased distress. We collaborate with individuals to help them build the life they choose and achieve their recovery goals. We offer 24/7 phone support, weekend and evening community visits when necessary and structured and flexible individual and group peer supports.
WRN-E is available to individuals approved by the Westchester County Department of Community Mental Health (DCMH).
For more information about our Recovery Networks, please contact Raquelle Bender, Coordinator of Integrated Services, at 914-330-4666 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Learn more about Peer Specialists and their vital role in the short video below: