Teamwork Important for Any Task

Cleaning walkwaysThe rare cooling breeze has a tendency to blow debris and discarded leaves onto the extensive walkways of the Perry Wellness Center campus. In addition to looking less than neat, such deposits can create safety issues as well.

“With our increased peer population and great market activity, it is important that we are aware of any objects that might cause accidents on our walkways,” says CEO Stuart Perry. “We do all we can to welcome customers.”

Even the task of cleaning up the walkways can be a learning experience, as peers learn about operating small engines as they work with pressure washers. Sweeping requires more simple elbow grease, but peers usually team up to make the job go faster. Stuart and his staff members encourage such teamwork. It’s all part of his credo: “Perry Wellness Center is a peer-run center.”

Whether tackling mental health barriers or sweeping a walkways, working together makes the task more efficient and enjoyable. In the photo above, Tyshaun Thomas, left, and Awan Smith work together to clean a walkway at Perry Wellness Center.

Staff and Peer Work Closely on Exercise Regimen

Green and BondAt a wellness and recovery center, all aspects of personal improvement area important. This includes proper exercise and diet. Lower calorie/lower sodium meals are being more accepted, as well as more intense workout programs. Peer Tommy Green is one individual who is up to the challenge at Perry Wellness Center.

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Game Provides both Entertainment & Learning

Capture the FlagSomething as simple as playing a game can be an opportunity for life skills lessons in cooperation, teamwork, and critical thinking. Recently, peers and staff of Perry Wellness Center participated in a planned group activity that was just such an opportunity – as well as a great deal of fun.

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Growing Market: Dreams & Challenges

Market expansionThe summer market at Happy Patch continues to be busy. As word about the acceptance of EBT cards, as well as cash, checks, Master Card, and Visa, reaches customers, shopping has reached a new level. An increased product inventory also contributes to the increase.

But the changes are not all about profits. Stuart Perry explains how it’s all part of a dream coming true. “I want to help people who live on little revenue each month,” he explains. “I have met with many of our customers to hear how a package of tilapia, shrimp, and other seafood, along with frozen corn and peas, other vegetables, and yogurt can be spread out for several meals. I just want to help my friends have good food!”

In the coming weeks, classes are planned on food preparation for items offered at the market. Stuart notes, “We are not serving the prepared food to our public, but only want to show the best way to make tasty foods.”

The new enterprise must be kept separate from cafeteria cooking, in order to follow strict rules for services to the public versus cafeteria services for peers.

“We prepare and serve two meals a day at Perry Wellness Center,” Stuart offers. “We cannot mix food for the public market and the food that we serve our peers.”

It’s just another small challenge in an effort whose results are very worthwhile. One step in making improvements for maximum compliance with the rules is additional freezing space. With all the hot weather, a few more cool spots are welcome!

In the photo above, Dale Davis, left, discusses future needs for separate freezing space with Stuart.

Peer Strives for Campus Curb Appeal

Kelvin Mullins 2016Several peers have been associated with Perry Wellness Center for many years. For some, the stability of the daily routine helps them maintain their recovery. For others, they may come and go over the years, returning if stresses in their lives require a “booster shot” of wellness programming.

One long-time peer associate is Kelvin Mullins, who has attended the program for approximately 8 years. Kelvin recalls, “I began with Stuart at Tom Perry Wellness Center on the Plains Highway and came to this location of Perry Wellness Center.”

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  2. Javin Baker Displays Creativity
  3. Summer Sale at Market
  4. Global Artist at Home at PWC
  5. Regular Market Visitors Always Welcome
  6. Campus Hard at Work during Busy Summer Season
  7. Morning Groups an Important Learning Tool
  8. Tomatoes 101
  9. PWC Peer Makes New Transition
  10. GSW Nursing Students Learn at PWC
  11. "Pokemon Go" Offers Peer Benefits
  12. Morning Chats Part of Market Experience
  13. Modern Medicine, Old-Fashioned Hobby Help Peer Leader
  14. Cream Peas Are Here!
  15. Summer Specials Offered at Market
  16. Wellness More Than a Word at PWC
  17. The Joys of Shelling
  18. Giving a (Left) Hand
  19. Signs of the Times
  20. Americus Gideons Camp Donates Bibles
  21. Stuart Perry Local Commencement Speaker
  22. New Signage Welcomes Summer Market Traffic
  23. Summertime Increases Garden Tasks for All
  24. Reaping a Harvest of Pride
  25. Peer Garden Beds a Continued Success
  26. Keeping Our Campus Safe
  27. Project Director Combines Planning & Creativity
  28. All Ears for Chase Farm Market
  29. PWC Volunteers with Global Mission Group
  30. PWC Celebrates Memorial Day
  31. Consumer Gardens Yield Large Harvest
  32. Pea Shelling Project Has Begun
  33. Roses Popular at Spring Market
  34. Staff Spotlight: Mese Stewart
  35. Peer Spotlight: Jantwan Twiggs
  36. HIV Prevention Education & Screening Provided at PWC
  37. Improved Sight Offers Promise for Peer's Future
  38. Physical Health an Important Part of Recovery
  39. Meeting the Demand for Tomatoes
  40. Service with a Smile: Lillian Mitchell
  41. Plant Inventory Grows at Market
  42. Dino Love Brightens Hump Day
  43. A Day for Celebration: Stuart Turns 57
  44. The Art of Saying Thank You
  45. Southland Academy Helps with Record Donation
  46. Friday Reflections
  47. Albany Police Officers Visit PWC Campus
  48. Color Abounds at Spring Market
  49. Journey of Self-Discovery: Newest Peer Shares Her Story
  50. Kelly Jansen Has Culinary Adventure
  51. PWC Receives State Crisis Intervention Award
  52. Community Service Volunteers Help Out at Market
  53. Life Lessons Not Always Pain-Free
  54. Planting Garden Beds a Spring Tradition
  55. Market Boom Underway
  56. Campus Colors both Grown and Painted
  57. W.H.A.M. Promotes Sports Activity
  58. "Stuart Perry Is My Hero!"
  59. Strategic Plantings Welcome Market Visitors
  60. Peer Spotlight: Sudennia Billingsley
  61. Weight Training an Outdoor Activity in Spring
  62. Spring Market Prepares to Thrive
  63. Peer Spotlight: Connie Rutherford Has "Green Thumb"
  64. Leyland Cypress Trees Now Available
  65. Peer Spotlight: Grover Thornton
  66. Pat's Place a Patron of Happy Patch
  67. Plant Display a Growing Activity
  68. Keeping Our Open Door Clean
  69. Double Duty: Trash Pick-up Yields Health Benefits
  70. Dreaming of a Colorful Spring
  71. Medicine Bottles Collected for International Aid
  72. Saying Farewell to a Special Employee
  73. Pain Remedies -- All in a Day's Work
  74. Beaded Jewelry Offered by Creative Peers
  75. Technology: From Peers to Mentors
  76. Peers Enroll Children in Free Book Program
  77. Hope Park in Winter
  78. Mental Health Info on the Go
  79. Noah Cochran Seeks Solutions to Everyday Problems
  80. Spring Market Preparations Continue
  81. Gardening a Year-Round Project
  82. Core Exercises Help Beat the Cold
  83. A Peer's Message of Thanks
  84. Spring Planting Almost Here
  85. To Welcome and to Lead
  86. PWC Relies on Peer-to-Peer Education
  87. Spring Planning Underway during Cold Snap
  88. Arts and Crafts Programs Are Growing
  89. Peer Spotlight: A True Family at PWC
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  91. Peer Christmas Luncheon a Time of Sharing
  92. A Christmas Message
  93. "Cheer Up the Blues" Draws Visitors to PWC Campus
  94. Is It Winter Yet?
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  96. Another Candle in the Darkness
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  98. Building a Holiday Legacy
  99. Preparations Underway for "Cheer Up the Blues"
  100. Planning the Best Christmas Ever at PWC
  101. A Time for Thanksgiving
  102. Beating Stress During the Holidays
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  104. Biggest Loser Contest May Be a Winner
  105. Putting Our Best Faces Forward
  106. Support Grows for Kaylon Holt's Donations
  107. The Joy of Networking
  108. Peers Enjoy Landscaping Job
  109. Indiana Mission Group Donates Work Day to PWC
  110. Thanks to Our Local Hospital
  111. Grinch for a Day
  112. PWC Founder Is a Rock(y)
  113. Mentor and Muse Guide Javin Baker's Creativity
  114. Another Spirit Week Celebrated at PWC
  115. Parking Lot Jumping Jacks!
  116. Art Students Receive Valuable Lesson
  117. Kaylon Holt Salutes Marion County
  118. Busy Campus a Sign of the Times
  119. New Projects Keep Staff, Peers Busy at PWC
  120. World Mental Health Day Observed
  121. Staff Trained in Dealing with Loss and Trauma
  122. Staff Spotlight: Brittany McCumber Shares Faith with Others
  123. Cake Baking: A Creative Moment
  124. Fall Maintenance Prepares Campus for Winter
  125. Annie Ruth Thomas Enjoys Challenges
  126. Voices of Recovery
  127. GSW Nursing Students Visit Campus
  128. Cold Days, Warm Fires Ahead
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  130. Wellness Key at Recovery Center
  131. Yes, We Have Some Bananas
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  133. A Candle in the Darkness
  134. Nursing Students Visit PWC
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  139. A Charity Worth Sharing
  140. A Spirit of Celebration
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  142. Ronald Boykin Shares Personal Message of Hope
  143. Local Partnership Will Help Feed Families
  144. Area Newscast Features PWC
  145. Physical Fitness on Display at PWC
  146. Garden Beds: "A Great Learning Experience"
  147. All Creatures Great and Small
  148. Shucks 'n' Shells: Customer Choice Important
  149. GSW Nursing Students Contribute to Pop Tops Project
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  151. Peer Orientation a Time for New Friendships
  152. Americus Civitan Club Makes Outstanding Donation
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  156. July Is Minority Mental Health Awareness Month
  157. Prices Remain Steady at Summer Market
  158. All Hands on Deck for Pea/Bean Prep
  159. Keeping the Summer Market Fresh
  160. "Stuart Money" Fills the Bill in New Life Skills Class
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  162. Local Bank Supports Happy Patch Market
  163. Peers Receive Feedback on Gardening Efforts
  164. New Core Exercise Program Begun at PWC
  165. Sen. Hooks 1st Honoree in "Plant a Tree" Program
  166. Alzheimer's & Brain Awareness Month Is Here
  167. Fresh Peas Now Available at Happy Patch Market
  168. Vendors & Peers Contribute to Summer Bounty
  169. Quality Control Important at Market
  170. Passing Judgment: Local Jurist Enjoys Market Visits
  171. Good Plant Care Requires Personal Touch
  172. The Passing of a Friend
  173. Good Nutrition = Delicious Meals at PWC
  174. Tee Shirts Available at Market
  175. Monthly Food Donations Welcomed
  176. A Time for Remembrance
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  178. Southland Academy Donates 5000 Pop Tops to PWC
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  181. Plant Maintenance Is Ongoing Task
  182. Raised Garden Beds a Favorite Peer Project
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  196. Champion Cabbage Raised at PWC
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  198. To Market, To Market: Two Trunks Full
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  200. Peer Spotlight: Willie Pryor
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  202. Market Cent$
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  205. New Greenhouse Relies on Master Craftsmen
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  207. Adult Education a Growing Focus at PWC
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  211. Peers Prepare & Enjoy Healthy Smoothies & Juices
  212. Area Organizations Provide Support to Many
  213. Peer Artist's Creations Offer Solutions to Others
  214. Early Garden Planting Begins at PWC
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  217. Taking Inventory for Mental Wellness Month
  218. Agrium Project Thrives in Winter
  219. Summer Vegetables Welcome at Winter Table
  220. Sarah Cobb Welcomes PWC Donations
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  224. State Commissioner Visits PWC
  225. Americus Civitan Helps Celebrate Christmas
  226. Cheer Up the Blues Welcomes Community
  227. Peer Spotlight: Jeffrey Bowen
  228. PWC Parade Float Has Special Message
  229. Christmas Spirit Fills PWC Campus
  230. Collards and Collaboration: Agrium Project Provides Benefits
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  233. Ten Tips to Reduce Holiday Stress
  234. Market Trends Reflect Seasonal Changes
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  236. Coaching Part of Focus on Fitness
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  238. Automatic Irrigation a Plus for PWC Greenhouses
  239. Farm to Table Collards a Seasonal Treat
  240. The Spirit of Celebration
  241. Creativity & Cupcakes: Amanda Perry a Treat during Spirit Week
  242. October Winners Announced
  243. A Barnyard Halloween?
  244. New Fire Pit Brings Warmth to Celebration
  245. Journey for Life Celebration a Success
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  252. Seeds of Plenty Decorations Highlight Fall Gardens
  253. Going Green for Mental Illness Awareness
  254. "Coach Stuart" Promotes Fitness on Campus
  255. Fire Pit Offers Spot for Warm Conversation
  256. Pupils and Pumpkins!
  257. Have Bike, Will Travel
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  259. Journey for Life Anniversary Race Scheduled
  260. Fall Market Outing a Family Experience
  261. Willie Pryor Is Dedicated Peer
  262. High Marks Again for Cafeteria Staff
  263. Sam's Shortline Visit a Weekend Success
  264. Sam's Shortline Railroad Comes to PWC
  265. Business Leader & Proud Family Man Supports PWC
  266. Peer Spotlight: Tim Davenport
  267. PWC Peer Wins Top Medal in 5K Run
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  270. Fall Color, Savings Available at Market
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  272. Student and Teacher Promote Better Learning at PWC
  273. Island Festivities Highlight Campus Celebration
  274. 16 PWC Staff & Peers Attend GMHCN Conference
  275. Thomasville Couple Visits PWC Regularly
  276. Helping Hand Fountain New Home to Giant Koi
  277. Fresh Shelled Peas Dominate Market Demand
  278. PWC Peers and Staff Run in Historic Footsteps
  279. Family & Farming: Local Grower Enjoys Benefits
  280. Kaylon Holt: Popping a Top to Help Others
  281. From Patient to Provider: Mulkey McMichael
  282. Harvesting the "Fruits of Our Efforts"
  283. Sumter Sheriff a Favorite Market Patron
  284. Peers Harvest and Preserve Garden Produce
  285. Produce Program Expands to Tazewell
  288. Roll Out the Barrel!
  289. Marketing the Market: Peas for Sale with Area Vendors
  290. It's Tomato Time!
  291. Market Customers Brave HOT Weather
  292. Kenneth Christmas: Master Cook
  293. PWC Supports Sarah Cobb Elementary
  294. It's a Red, White, and Blue Celebration
  295. Newest Campus Creation Offers Helping Hand
  296. "Peas, Peas, I Love Peas!"
  297. The Fine Art of Weeding
  299. Agrium Project in Bloom
  300. GSW Student Brings Yoga Practice to PWC
  301. Welcome to New Market Staff
  302. Agrium Planting Project Continues
  303. Grover Thornton Tends to Summer Plants
  304. Chase Farm Corn Arrives!
  305. Smiling Customers Explore Happy Patch Plants
  306. Peer Spotlight: Jeanette Williams
  307. Agrium Garden Project Continues to Grow
  308. Larger Trees Now Available at Market
  309. Mike Harper Shares Planting Talents
  310. Snow Peas for Summer: Nutritional Awareness Promoted at Market
  311. Five Fun Facts about Our Own E.T.!
  312. Bill Perry a Loyal Customer at Market
  313. Adventist Community Services Makes Monthly Donation
  314. New Greenhouse Tribute to Community Involvement
  315. The First Taste of Summer
  316. Noah Cochran Promotes Fitness at PWC
  317. Tennis, Anyone?
  318. At 55, No Speed Limit for Stuart Perry
  319. Service Providers Make Difference in Community
  320. Brad Clark Shares Faith with Others
  321. HIV/AIDS Educator Provides Valuable Information
  322. Arts in the Park a Success
  323. Wagons Ho!
  324. Peer Art Featured at "Arts in the Park"
  325. Executive Tasks: Stuart Perry Goes His Own Way
  326. 10,000 Tab Tops and Counting!
  327. Growing Together/Feeding the World
  328. "Spring Has Sprung" at Market
  329. James Goss Demonstrates Market Cheer & Dedication
  330. Edward Thomas Is Forceful Wellness Advocate
  331. Product Display Is Vital Market Activity
  332. "Knock Out" Roses Fill Happy Patch Market
  333. Seasoned Firewood Available at Discount
  334. Spring Plant Care in Full Swing
  335. Getting Steamed at PWC
  336. Last Pecans of Season Available at Market
  337. Spring Cleaning Takes on New Meaning
  338. Chris Wheeler Joins Market Team
  339. New "European-Style" Greenhouse Nears Completion
  340. Creative Successes Continue at PWC
  341. Spring Brings Color and Market Specials
  342. Sunny Days Promote Outdoor Learning at PWC
  343. PWC Rolls Out Clean Welcome Mat
  344. Crisis Intervention Team Enjoys Campus Visit
  345. Mental Health Moment: Postpartum Depression
  346. Mentoring: Tech-Savvy Peer Makes Strides
  347. A Fond Farewell to Winter Gardening
  348. Artist Jeff Williams Promotes Creative Mentorship at PWC
  349. Pam Perry Involved in Leadership of WHAM Program
  350. Adventist Community Services Continues Food Deliveries
  351. Late Winter Market Blossoms
  352. Art Education, Mentorship Expand
  353. Valentine's Gala Promotes Partnership and Celebration
  354. Creative Display Boards Brighten Campus
  355. Peers & Staff Share Learning & Teaching
  356. Loomwork Creativity on Display
  357. "Peers Helping Peers" Is Heart of PWC
  358. PWC Kitchen Staff Expands
  359. WHAM Participants Enjoy Winter Exercise
  360. Glass Greenhouse to Brighten PWC Campus
  361. Peers Display Unique Creative Designs
  362. Scent of Cedar Fills the Air at PWC
  363. Firewood Is Latest Winter Market Item
  364. January Is Mental Wellness Month
  365. Market Still Vibrant in Winter
  366. Market Begins Early Preparations for Spring
  367. Runner Undertakes His Own Journey for Mental Health
  368. It's Addiction Recovery Awareness Day
  369. A YARN Worth Telling
  370. Resolutions and Risk Reduction: Top Six Actions for Better Health
  371. PWC Plans for New Year
  372. Peers Receive Holiday Food Bags
  373. Tips for a Healthier You in 2014
  374. Perfect Attendance Rewarded
  375. Festive Christmas Lunch Enjoyed at PWC
  376. Americus Civitans Bring Christmas Spirit
  377. Christmas Celebrations Fill Day and Night at PWC
  378. Cheer Up the Blues Almost Here!
  379. Peer Mentoring Brings Special Holiday Gift
  380. Peer Spotlight: Laurie Hildreth
  381. It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas!
  382. PWC Hosts RESPECT Seminar
  383. Re-TREE-ving Lives Is Unique Christmas Parade Theme
  384. Seasonal Food Bags Bring Holiday Cheer
  385. Holiday Season Includes Fun & Learning
  386. Dressing for the Occasion
  387. A Thanksgiving Wish
  388. Peer Spotlight: Bible on Parade
  389. Healthy & Delicious: Fuyu Persimmons
  390. Healthy Eating Vital to Wellness and Recovery
  391. A Lesson in Pumpkin-Craft
  392. Group Attends Georgia Peer Support Institute
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  394. Community Spotlight: Johnny Shiver Provides Unique Support
  395. Georgia Advocate Shares Personal Story
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  397. Wanda Liles Makes Wishes Come True
  398. PWC Celebrates Spirit Week
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  400. A Tale of Two Walks: Minister and Mental Health Advocate Meet
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  402. "Skeleton" Crews Learns Life Skills
  403. PWC Participates in Andersonville Fair
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  409. Birthdays Are Special at PWC
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  411. PWC Weekly Schedule Requires Advance Planning
  412. Fall Exercise at PWC
  413. Water, Water Everywhere!
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  415. September Is for Celebrating Recovery
  416. Peer Provides Lesson in Integrity
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  418. Local Physician Supports Center
  419. Market Ready for Fall Season
  420. National Recovery Month Focuses on Pathways to Wellness
  421. GSW Student Nurses Visit Campus
  422. Peer Spotlight: Artist at Work
  423. Guilt-Free Southern Cooking
  424. Media Matters: Sharing the Journey
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  426. James Goss Achieves Educational Goal
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  429. Visitors Provide Time for Sharing
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  431. Jeff Williams Recognized for Community Contributions
  432. Crisis Intervention Team Trainees Visit Campus
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  435. Rudy Hayes Visits PWC
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  439. Summer Barbecue: Thanks to Civitans!
  440. Book Loving Peer Teaches Life Lesson
  441. Giving Back Part of Recovery
  442. Peacemakers Campers Tour PWC
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  457. Local Nursing Students Visit PWC
  458. 7 Tips for Reducing Stress
  459. Albany CSB Group Tours Campus
  460. Time for Tomatoes
  461. Great Taste, Low Costs, Good Nutrition -- It's Breakfast at PWC!
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  463. Mental Health Month Daily Tip
  464. Peer's Spring Planting Teaches Lesson in Recovery
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  466. PWC Peer Places 1st in Area Run
  467. PWC Welcomes New Horizons Staff
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  469. Community Event Draws Visitors to Market
  470. Older Adults Reach Out for Mental Health Treatment
  471. New Flower Towers Grace Hope Park
  472. Plant Education
  473. All in the Family: Peer Profile
  474. Creativity Blooms Alongside Plants at Market
  475. Double Trouble Offers Double the Support
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  479. Token System Provides More than Token Results
  480. Lessons Learned: Water Conservation and Plant Care
  481. April in Bloom
  482. 10 Things: Amanda Perry
  483. Monitoring Progress through Documentation
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  485. Hanging Baskets Are in Bloom
  486. Area Law Enforcement Visit PWC during Crisis Intervention Training
  487. Peer Mentors Promote Reading Comprehension
  488. WHAM Program Brings New Opportunities
  489. Fighting Germs at PWC
  490. Hangin' in the Greenhouse
  491. Teens and Addiction - New Links
  492. Greenhouse Prep Work in Progress
  493. Spring Preparations Continue
  494. Spring Greens on the Way
  495. Males and Eating Disorders
  496. Take Action to Stop Eating Disorders
  497. Artistic Value Is Priceless at PWC
  498. Puzzle Pieces and Knitting Needles Make for Creative Partnerships
  499. National Eating Disorders Awareness Week Almost Here
  500. Manson Markette Works His Magic on PWC Grounds
  501. APA Cites Little Medical Guidance in Stress Management
  502. Save Energy; Save Money!
  503. Award-Winning Collards Recipe
  504. Blue Argo Offers Unique Gift to PWC
  505. PWC Intern Promotes Respect for the Environment
  506. PWC Team Wins Area Cook-Off
  507. Collard and Cornbread Cook-Off: Don't Forget!
  508. Net Results
  509. We're Growing!
  510. Legacy Walls: A Look Back
  511. Going Green: Collards and Competition
  512. An Artful Health Reminder
  513. Second Harvest: Pecans in Demand at Market
  514. Keeping the #1 New Year's Resolution
  515. "Recycle and Reuse" in Action at PWC
  516. Americus Banker "Pays It Forward"
  517. Local Civic Group Brings Holiday Cheer
  518. Community Spotlight: Local Businessman Gives Back
  519. Building a Sense of Community
  520. Winners Announced in PWC Gasoline Raffle
  521. 9 Holiday Depression Busters
  522. Walk 27 to Honor Shooting Victims
  523. 11 Tips for Avoiding Holiday Depression Triggers
  524. Cheer Up the Blues Is Big Success
  525. PWC a Christmas Parade Winner
  526. Equation for Wellness
  527. Cheer Up the Blues 2012 Coming Soon
  528. PWC Reps Attend Georgia Peer Support Institute
  529. No Rain Delays at PWC!
  530. Wellness Program under Expansion
  531. Beating the Holiday Blues: Part I
  532. Thanksgiving Offers Food for the Spirit (and Healthy Appetites!)
  533. THANKS for GIVING: Volunteers Make the Season Bright
  534. Going Green with Unique Garden Mulch
  535. Ten Tips for Better Mental Health
  536. Judicial Rep Tours PWC
  537. One Man's Anti-Smoking Campaign
  538. Net-Working at PWC
  539. Ready for Our Close-Up
  540. Pecan Harvest Prompts Holiday Baking
  541. Mental Health Wellness Week Almost Here
  542. New Peer Specialists Certified
  543. The Blueberry Connection
  544. Stuart Perry Speaks at Town Hall Meeting
  545. PWC Recognized for Best Practices
  546. Home Safe Home
  547. Six Exercise Essentials
  548. Joining Hands to Beat Mental Illness
  549. PWC Learns Fire Safety Tips from Local Experts
  550. Congratulations to DJ!
  551. PWC Promotes Healthy Environment
  552. Double Trouble to Double Recovery
  553. National Depression Screening Day
  554. Fall Fair Fun!
  555. Sowing the Seeds for Harvest Bounty
  556. Birthdays Provide Opportunity for Emotional Benefits
  557. National Depression Screening Day Is Next Week
  558. Peer Profile: Artist at Work
  559. They're Baaack -- Global Outreach Lends a Hand
  560. Fall Ramblings
  561. Hog Wild for Fitness
  562. An A+ for Effort
  563. Commemorating Suicide Prevention Week
  564. The Scarecrows Are Coming!
  565. September 11: A Time to Remember
  566. Fall Market Update
  567. PWC Reps Attend State Consumer Conference
  568. Happy Patch Market Prepares for Autumn Season
  569. Rosalynn Carter Visits Perry Wellness Center
  570. Planting a Seed of Hope
  571. Intern Promotes Social Contact for Mental Health Peers
  572. Peer Profile: Bible Study in the Garden
  573. Meditation Arbor Provides both Shade and Inspiration
  574. Lesson in Leadership
  575. Follow the Red Brick Road
  576. Local Food Vendors Support Happy Patch Market
  577. Global Outreach Ministries Students Provide Assistance at PWC
  578. 90 Minutes to Better Mental Health
  579. Wellness Tip: The Sounds of Nature
  580. Teamwork, Physical Activity, Friendly Competition: Let the Games Begin!
  581. Georgia Mental Health Consumer Network A Voice for Many
  582. Carter Center Celebrates 30 Years of Mental Health Focus
  583. More Healthy Eating for Summer
  584. Hope Park Provides Quiet Oasis
  585. FACTS: Mental Illness & Violence
  586. Healthy Eating -- Caprese Salad
  587. How Does Your Garden Grow?
  588. In the Cards
  589. Lessons of the Geese
  590. Lowe's Provides Garden Equipment to PWC
  591. For the Birds
  592. Stand Up for Your Health
  593. New Hours at Happy Patch Market
  594. PWC Participates in Local "Farm to Fork" Benefit
  595. Get Ready for a Farm to Table July 4th Cook-Out
  596. Stress Buster: Taking a Time Out
  597. Local Support Always Welcome
  598. June Is Men's Health Month
  599. Divine Bovine
  600. "Journey for Life" Re-Issued: Book Signing Planned
  601. Politicians and Potting Soil
  602. Ah, Summer Peas!
  603. Trash and Treasure
  604. Try "Mood Foods"!
  605. Wellness: The Mind-Body Connection
  606. Lives Restored: Faces of Recovery
  607. June Is for Healthy Eating
  608. Green Thumb Dads
  609. Silent No More: May Is Mental Health Month
  610. Welcome to The Peer Post


Wellness Center Hours

Mon-Fri 7:30 to 3

Happy Patch Market Hours

Mon-Sat 9 to 5:30

Perry Wellness Center | 302 E. Furlow St., Americus, GA 31709 map | 229-924-2430 | 

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