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Project Return Peer Support Network Presents 

Rocks and Docks

A board game created by peers for peers

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Rocks and Docks was designed specifically for us: people who are working with other people who have behavioral and emotional health challenges in life.  Rocks and Docks makes learning how to deal with these challenges fun.  Rocks and Docks is ideal for support groups to promote socializing among members, problem solving and personal growth.  It was developed and has been successfully used in a variety of settings, including locked settings, board and care facilities, wellness centers and respite houses.  It is being well receieved from guests, support group members and staff.  It is also suitable for consumers to play with family and friends.  

Ordering Information: Rocks and Docks retails for $46.99.  It is available for order through

With your purchase, you help to support the work of Project Return Peer Support Network, a peer-run 501c3 organization in Los Angeles.  Project Return promotes wellness, personal growth, and self-determination for people who have experienced mental illness by providing social opportunities, education and community involvement.  We believe in diversity, acceptance, advocacy and empowerment while encouraging people to transform their lives.  

Rocks and Docks. We don't play to win.  We play for the memories.


Congratulations Peer Employment Training graduates!

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The two-week Peer Employment Training held September 8-19th, was a smashing success! Facilitated by trainers from the Recovery Opportunity Center, the 75-hour class trained peers to work as Peer Support Specialists in the healthcare field.

The curriculum was divided into three sections:

Part 1 - Personal Development; Knowing Yourself, helps Peer Support Specialists become excellent role models of recovery.
Part 2: Turning Point; Preparing Yourself for Work teaches Peer Support Specialist how to connect with the people they serve, and
Part 3: Skill Development, identifies specific skills and practice opportunities in the workplace.

Topics and skills included; Telling Your Personal Story, Employment as a Path to Recovery, Ethics Training, Communication Skills, Conflict Resolution, and Partnering with Professionals.

Upon completion of the classroom training, students received a provisional Certificate of Completion, preparing them for internships and job interviews.

During the two-week class, the group developed a strong bond and celebrated their success with cupcakes and a presentation ceremony. Congratulations graduates!

Text, Talk, Act to Improve Mental Health

TTA LogoFinalWhat will you do when your friend needs help?

Will you know what to say and how to respond?

One in four adults suffer from a mental health disorder in any given year. If these statistics were for cancer, diabetes or heart disease we would label this an epidemic. Given that 3/4 of all mental health challenges begin between the ages of 14 and 24 young people depserately need to have this conversation. But how do you talk about something that has been in the shadows for so long?

Right now, across the country, young people are breaking the silence, using social media to talk about the elephant in the room.

On Monday October 6th, this conversation will go nationwide. 

Anyone, anywhere can join this vital effort. It's easy:

  1. Gather 3-4 people and text START to 89800
  2. Talk with your group using the text-enabled questions
  3. Be part of the change

Don't have 3-4 peeps with you on October 6th? Join the discussion on Twitter using hashtag: #TextTalkAct.

To encourage this conversation, participants can win prizes for themselves or their schools/community organizations. Visit: for more details and to register.

End the Silence on Mental Health: One Text Message at a Time


This initiative was developed in concert with Creating Community Solutions, part of the National Dialogue on Mental Health, Lady Gaga's Born This Way Foundation, the National Institute for Civil Discourse, Everyday Democracy, American Association of Suicidology, National Alliance on Mental Health, the National Campus Leadership Council, and Crisis Text Line.


Warm Line

Warm Line

Do you need someone to talk to? Our Warm Line is here to help. Run by peers for peers, this anonymous and free service is here for you. Call 888-448-9777 to speak to someone. Available weekdays from 5pm to 10pm.

La Linea de Apoyo

¿Necesitas a alguien con quien hablar? Llama a la linea de Apoyo. La Linea de Apoyo es confidencial pero no para crisis. La llamada es gratis. Llame 888-448-4055. Bilingue (Ingles y Español) los partidarios del igual están disponibles. Lunes a viernes 5:00pm - 10:00pm.



Important Numbers

Project Return Main Number:
(323) 346-0960

Project Return Peer Support Warm Line:
(888) 448-9777

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