At Reintegration Support Network (RSN), our motto is “Stay Becoming”. This represents our shared commitment to aiding youth and emerging adults, 13-24yo in fostering their own wellbeing. When a youth agrees to engage in services with RSN, they are enrolled in our Life Skills youth peer support group and can also receive one-to-one support from a trained mentor during the course of the group. At a participant’s request, they have a choice to engage in one to one mentoring following the group as mentor availability allows.
The Life Skills curriculum is designed to uphold the SAMHSA Core Competencies of Peer Support: recovery oriented, person-centered, voluntary, relationship-focused, and trauma informed. The 8 week group focuses on supporting youth in developing healthy relationships, positive coping strategies, positive identity, and positive engagement in the community. Each group is co-facilitated by our North Carolina Certified Peer Support Specialist and/or Recovery Coach Academy trained mentors and supervised by our trained staff.
RSN believes that growth is an ongoing process that consists of successes as well as setbacks. We are here to nurture resilience and help youth Stay Becoming.
For additional information, please contact Ben Gear, Program Coordinator (email@example.com)
**Submit referrals to Megan Raymond, Program Director: firstname.lastname@example.org.
I like the Zoom groups! I liked how we did the art thing this past Wednesday (the collage)!”Blaine, 13 (Youth MeetUp w/ the Art Therapy Institute)
The best online virtual setting we’ve had!”Jamez, 14 (YPSG & Individual Mentee)
Having a mentor is like having someone you can talk to about anything and they don’t judge. And joining the youth zooms makes me feel like i’m not alone.”Madison, 15 (individual mentee)
“I liked that you guys weren’t strict!”Kenyon, 14 (YPSG & Individual Mentee)
I liked talking about responsibilities.”Jarrell, 13 (YPSG & Individual Mentee)
I like the positive attitudes and strength based approach demonstrated by the facilitators.”Christine (Chatham LINKS Coordinator)