Created in 2011, the TAY Program at PEERS is a wellness hub where young adults ages 16-24 can gain life skills and engage in a peer community.  

Our TAY Leadership Club (TLC) is a virtual bi-monthly peer support group facilitated by TAY. TLC members meet new people, learn new skills and wellness tools, and receive a stipend for participation and training completion. Meetings are held on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays from 4:00pm-6:00pm. 

The TAY Program also provides empowering and educational workshops called Wellness Webinars at TAY serving organizations, schools, and programs. 

TLC and Wellness Webinar topics are centered on the 5 Pillars of Care developed by Alameda County Behavioral Health (ACBH) Child and Young Adult System of Care, which are: 

1.Mental & Physical Wellness

2.Housing

3.Education & Vocation

4. Employment

5. Community Connections

If you are a TAY interested joining TLC or

If you are interested in PEERS coming to your organization to host a Wellness Webinar, contact Bianca Brown at bbrown@peersnet.org  or through google voice at  +1-(314)-472-8582.

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