Sally's Place - Peer Respite Home
Sally's Place Peer Respite Home is the first and only of its kind in Alameda County. It is staffed by peers, in alignment with the objectives of the Pool of Consumer Champions (POCC) and the Alameda County Accelerated Peer Specialist Program (ACAPS).
Sally’s Place is named for Sally Zinman, a pioneer of the peer-led services movement. Her pivotal work spanning more than 40 years has been an inspiration to consumers and providers alike. Our systems are immeasurably better as a result of her advocacy and legacy.
What is Peer Respite?
Peer Respite is a voluntary, short-term program that provides non-clinical crisis support to help people find new understanding and ways to move forward with their recovery.
It operates 24 hours per day in a homelike environment.
- Are 18 years of age or older,
- Are experiencing mental health concerns or distress,
- Have an identified place to stay in Alameda County at the time of intake (which could include a shelter),
- Are able to manage medical needs independently,
- Voluntarily agree to engage in services
What to Expect:
- Guests receive support from compassionate peer staff
- Guests can stay for up to 14 days
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