Adirondack Peer-2-Peer Program, a Dwyer Program

Serving Those Who Have Served

Putting Veterans at the center of all we do

The Adirondack Peer-to-Peer Program, a Dwyer Program serves veterans in Warren and Washington Counties who are experiencing Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) or other re-acclimation challenges. The program is open to all Veterans transitioning from military service to civilian life regardless of their character of discharge. With the support of local, state and federal resources as well as trained Peers, this program will assist with reintegration and sustenance of personal health and wellness with a special emphasis on veterans who are at risk of suicide and/or homelessness.

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