Life Connections Peer Recovery Services

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Life Connections Peer Recovery Services is a non-for-profit organization that supports individuals who are experiencing Mental Health and Substance addiction issues and who want to work on their recovery goals and situations before getting into a crisis situation. We will serve all individuals whether or not they can pay and accept tax deductible donations. We will do this by applying for state and federal grants by receiving support from local hospitals and other nonprofit agencies. Life Connections Peer Recovery Services formed from a sole propriety unto a nonprofit early 2016 as a Peer Run Organization and has made a big impact in the Eastern MHDS* Region that covers Scott, Clinton, Jackson, Cedar and Muscatine counties.

*MHDS - Mental Health Disability Services

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