Hume Proud to Host Nami Peer-to-Peer Recovery Education Course

The Hume Center is proud to host NAMI Contra Costa's next Peer-to-Peer Recovery Education Course at our Concord office, starting in September. The course will take place on Mondays from 3:30 to 5:30 at 1333 Willow Pass Road, Suite 101, Concord, CA 94520.

Applications to join the course can be downloaded by clicking here or by visiting NAMI Contra Costa's website.

NAMI Peer-to-Peer is a recovery-focused educational program for adults who wish to establish and maintain wellness in response to mental health challenges. The course provides critical information and strategies related to living with mental illness. 

What You Should Expect

  • Ten two-hour sessions, free of charge.
  • Designed for individuals (18 and over) living with mental illness.
  • Taught by a trained team of individuals living in recovery from mental illness.
  • Incorporates presentations, discussion and exercises. 

 Why You Should Attend

Gain a toolkit of information:

  • Up-to-date research on brain biology.
  • Mental illness symptoms and their relationship to personal experiences.
  • Personalized relapse prevention plan.
  • Tools to prepare for interactions with health care providers.
  • Skills for making decisions and reducing stress.

Wisdom from shared experiences:

This peer-led course provides a confidential place to learn from shared experiences in an environment of sincere, uncritical acceptance.

Participation in the course gives you an opportunity to gain tangible resources – personalized plans, strategies for potential events in the future and information.

Core Philosophy

  • We have more in common than not.
  • We are all experts on our own experience.
  • We respect individual experiences and individual choices.
  • We are free to choose our own path.
  • There is no one true way to do or be anything.

For more information, please contact the NAMI Office at (925) 942-0767 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it."