Lakes Region Consumer Advisory Board oversees CornerBridge, Pemi Valley Outreach and Concord Peer Support


 

Frequently Asked Questions

Here is a list of Frequently Asked Questions we recieve.
If you have a question not answered here please contact us.
Q. What is CornerBridge and the Concord Peer Support? and Where are they located?
A. We are a non-profit, self-governing peer support organization run by & for consumers. Our funding comes from NH Health and Human Services, Division of Behavioral Health.

CornerBridge is located at 328 Union Ave in Laconia, NH and the Concord Peer Support is located at 55 School Street in Concord, NH.

Q. Who can access these places?
A. Both CornerBridge and Concord Peer Support are open to anyone open to anyone 18 yrs. or older, who is, or has been, or may be in the future, a consumer of mental health services. 
Q. How can I get involved?
A. · Volunteer with others
· Participate in Committee work
· Read and Contribute to the Newsletters
· Monthly Members Meeting
· Inquire about serving on the Board of Directors
· Peer Support Programs
· Recreation Programs

Q. What is the warm-line?
A. The warm-line is a after hours phone support the provides the caller with conversation about wellness and not their illness. The warm-line is staffed with peers that are trained in intentional peer support. The warm-line is available every evening, [including weekends and holidays] between 5:00pm – 10:00pm at
1-800-306-4334.
Q.  What is Peer Support & Wellness Recovery Action Plan?
A. Peer Support is about having relationships with others in new and different ways that promote growth, recovery and wellness. WRAP is about living in new and different ways that promote growth, recovery and wellness. By combining the two, the skills and strategies that we discover in peer support can become part of our WRAP and the skills and strategies we discover as we learn about and use WRAP assist us in peer Support.

The combination of WRAP and Peer Support can be very powerful in helping us grow, learn from each other and challenge each other beyond what we thought we were capable of. Using some of the peer support theory, we can begin to use WRAP to help each other discover the context within which we've learned about ourselves, and then help each other develop plans that build a new "story". ~ Shery Mead

Q. What is Peer Support and W.R.A.P. (Wellness Recovery Action Plan)?
A. Peer Support is about having relationships with others in new and different ways that promote growth, recovery and wellness. WRAP is about living in new and different ways that promote growth, recovery and wellness. By combining the two, the skills and strategies that we discover in peer support can become part of our WRAP and the skills and strategies we discover as we learn about and use W.R.A.P. assist us in peer Support.

The combination of W.R.A.P. and Peer Support can be very powerful in helping us grow, learn from each other and challenge each other beyond what we thought we were capable of. Using some of the peer support theory, we can begin to use W.R.A.P. to help each other discover the context within which we've learned about ourselves, and then help each other develop plans that build a new "story". ~ Shery Mead 
Q.  Who do I contact for more information about CornerBridge and the Concord Peer Support?
A.

Patt Fancy, (Interim) Exec. Dir.
328 Union Ave
PO Box 304
Laconia, NH 03246
603-524-0801

cornerbridge@comcast.net

Linda Cormier Lamontagne, Program Director
CornerBridge
328 Union Avenue
PO Box 304
Laconia, NH 03247
603-528-7742
linda.cornerbridge@metrocast.net

Patt Fancy, Program Director
328 Union Ave
PO Box 304
Laconia, NH 03246
603-524-0801

cornerbridge@comcast.net

Cindy Robinson
Plymouth Area Pemi Valley Outreach
603-412-7050
cindyrobinsonpemivalley@gmail.com

CornerBridge, Pemi Valley Outreach and Concord Peer Support offers Peer Support and on site Outreach in the
Lakes Region and Plymouth
to those in need


Need to talk to someone?

call our Warmline
1-800-306-4334
7 days
5-10 pm

 

Lakes Region Consumer Advisory Board is a non-profit 501(c)(3)

Copyright 2014
CornerBridge
and Concord Peer Support