White County Peer Support, Wellness, and Respite Center

46 kNAUS dRIVE cLEVELAND, Georgia 30528

Phone 706-865-3601
email
WHITECOUNTY@gmhcn.org

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White County Weekly Activity Schedule

This schedule is subject to change. Please contact the staff at 706-865-3601on the day of your planned visit to verify the scheduled activity you are interested in is taking place. For descriptions of these activities, please visit the Peer Support, Wellness, and Respite Center Home Page

Monday

11am-Noon     Nourishing the Spirit

12:30-1:30 DTR

2:00-3:00   Creating a Meaningful Life/Independent Living

7:00-8:00   Respite Support

Tuesday

11:00am-Noon Art

12:30-4:30  Bowling (two free games for first 10 participants)

7:00-8:00    Respite Support

Wednesday

11:00am-Noon WHAM

12:30-1:30  Whole Health

2:00-4:00    Recreational Center

7:00-8:00    Respite Support

 

Thursday

11:00am-Noon TIPS

12:30-2:30  Basic Computer Skills/Job Readiness

2:00-4:00    Out and About

7:00-8:00    Respite Support

Friday

11:00am-Noon WRAP

12:30-2:30  Y'All Recovery All Recovery 

3:30-4:30    Decompression Session

7:00-8:00    Respite Support

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CORE SERVICES AT THE CENTER INCLUDE:
•Peer Support: All staff at the White County PSWRC are trained and certified by the State of Georgia to provide peer support as Certified Peer Specialists—Mental Health.
•Respite: Georgians 18 years of age or older who self-identify as living with a mental health concern may utilize one of the three private bedrooms for 7 nights every 30 days as an alternative to psychiatric hospitalization. Respite is also available for peers who may be overwhelmed by life challenges, and could benefit from support. Participation in recovery and wellness activities is entirely voluntary.
•Peer2Peer Warm Line: The staff at the White County PSWRC provide peer support over the phone 24/7/365, and because they are local, they can help callers identify resources in the community to achieve and maintain their recovery and wellness goals; and, they really listen to each caller,
and they care.