Lifeline Peer Project

Recovery Support Services

Lifeline Peer Project staff and their coalition members have worked diligently to address the stigma of addiction, act as living models that recovery is possible, and establish evidence-based recovery programs throughout the state.

Recovery Support Services

The Lifeline Peer Project was established to reduce stigma related to the disease of addiction and increase access to substance abuse recovery like Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous meetings.

What Services are Offered?

Lifeline Representatives help start Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, Celebrate Recovery, and other self-help support groups. They help connect individuals with treatment and they speak publicly about their own personal experience with recovery.

How do I access the Program?

There are 10 Lifeline coordinators located throughout the state. The Lifeline Peer Project map includes the locations of the Lifeline Coordinators along with their direct contact information.

If you need help getting someone into treatment or need help finding recovery resources please contact:

Lincoln Coffman  (901) 289-9706.