Developed 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 program is centered on the 5 Pillars of Care developed by ACBH Child and Young Adult System of Care, which are: mental and physical wellness, housing, educational/vocational goals, employment, and community connections. We provide education and resources to support TAY’s successful transition into adulthood and our programs are free, youth-friendly, and peer-lead.

On-site, we offer TAY Leadership Club (TLC), a bi-monthly peer support group; including TAY friendly workshops on the 5 Pillars of Care.  Program members are a part of a peer community and receive a stipend for participation. Meetings are held on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday from 4:00pm-6:00pm. If you are interested in joining TLC, contact Bianca Brown @ bbrown@peersnet.org or through google voice +1-(314)-472-8582

Previously referred to as Wellness Workshops, PEERS has adjusted to today’s climate in the era of COVID-19. We now provide empowering Wellness Webinars, which are educational presentations centered on mental health and wellness at TAY serving organizations, schools, and programs. If you would like to host a Wellness Webinar, contact Bianca Brown @ bbrown@peersnet.org  or through google voice: +1-(314)-472-8582 

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