Technology: From Peers to Mentors

Shanora and Cell PhoneMany of us take newer technology for granted, and the millennial generation today can’t even remember a time when computers, cell phones, and 3D television weren’t daily parts of their lives. But for many baby boomers, the struggle continues.

 

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Peers Enroll Children in Free Book Program

Books for Sumter ChildrenFor some time, Perry Wellness Center has maintained a commitment to adult literacy. Behavioral health problems interfered with the learning curve for many peers, and many training efforts at the center focus on improving reading comprehension, helping peers prepare to take the GED, and teaching basic reading skills.

In addition to holding literacy classes at the center, Perry Wellness Center has send peers into local classrooms to promote the importance of early education. Another way in which several staff provide community support for literacy is through the “Books for Sumter Children” program. Through this program, local children, from birth through aged 5, are mailed a free book each month. In addition, the program is open to both English- and Spanish-speaking children.

Every month, a new book will arrive at the home of each program member. The book is selected for age-appropriateness. Parents and other caregivers are urged to read the books to or with the child.

Registration forms for membership in the Books for Sumter Children program have been shared with peers, grandparents, and staff with qualifying children. Throughout the year, volunteers and organization board members will provide registration forms at community events and gatherings. At any time, a registration form can be obtained by calling 229-924-8091.

In the photo above, Wanda Liles (seated) – a dedicated peer literacy educator – presents a registration form to Sonya and Kevin Mullins, who have a three-year-old daughter at home. This is the second registration form to be completed by a Perry Wellness Center parent. We look forward to many more to come.

Hope Park in Winter

Shanora RobinsonIn the continuing saga of winter campus maintenance, we want to assure our readers that Hope Park remains – hopeful, during these frequent cold spells. The centerpiece of our vibrant campus, the park and its many water features require their own seasonal care and monitoring. Our winter maintenance includes monitoring of our large fountain’s water level. Peer Shanora Robinson, pictured above, makes this a Monday morning task.

And an important task it is. The sound of falling water is a calming influence on both peers and staff at Perry Wellness Center, and Hope Park was designed to utilize the sound of flowing water. Four fountains and brooklets work their magic throughout the park year round.

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Mental Health Info on the Go

PodcastAs a behavioral health recovery center, Perry Wellness has a commitment to ongoing training and education for individuals in the recovery community, as well as the general public. One way that information can be provided is through a huge variety of videos and podcasts online.

We browsed some of the latest offerings from several organizations with strong mental health education programs and thought we’d share a couple of these with our readers.

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Noah Cochran Seeks Solutions to Everyday Problems

Noah Cochran 2016Since his arrival at Perry Wellness Center, staff member Noah Cochran has been a problem-solver at Perry Wellness Center. Shortly after his arrival, the center’s founder and CEO, Stuart Perry, asked Noah to attend Certified Peer Specialist training. Noah became one of 29 current staff members at Perry Wellness Center who are recognized as peer specialists.

“This training was good for me,” Noah says. “I quickly learned about issues that affect many of our peers at Perry Wellness Center. As the population grows, so does the need to be alert to potential problems.”

As a counselor and leader, Noah puts his problem solving skills to work on a daily basis. “Each solution to daily events and issues is different,” Noah continues, “But through our increasing number of one-on-one times with peers, realization of our challenges becomes more diverse each day.”

Noah concludes with a smile, “I work quickly to resolve any challenges.” That smile, which you see in the photo above, is one that often brightens the day of peers and staff. Thanks, Noah, for bringing your dedication and skills to Perry Wellness Center!

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