The Natural Path Peer Support & Wellness Course

Join our peer support and wellness course at Kenai Peninsula College campus.  Together we study peer support skills and value, tools for natural wellness, food for health, harm reduction approaches, alternative and complementary tools for finding and keeping emotional and physical balance.

For anyone seeking empowerment and wellness tools, including people who are on their path of recovery from emotional storms, trauma or addiction, as well as family and caregivers.

By creating a middle step between personal jeopardy and positive societal interaction, peer support has been shown again and again to lead toward self-discovery, strengths-based connections, and hope. The Natural Path underlines the mind/body connection and includes listening circles, mindful meditations, shared story telling, plant medicine, whole foods cooking, and sensible evidence-based tools such as Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP), confronting our inner critics, and peer-to-peer co-counseling.

The Natural Path builds upon the interconnecting influences of nature and community.

 

We provide a shuttle service for those without rides. Participation is free.

 

The Natural Path has recently received welcome support from 

The ALASKA MENTAL HEALTH TRUST AUTHORITY

The KENAI COMMUNITY FOUNDATION

The RICHARD L. AND DIANE M. BLOCK FOUNDATION

The DOMINICAN SISTERS’ POVERTY, JUSTICE & PEACE FUND

 

                                   and Ionia thanks Peninsula Community Health Services for donating a van!

 

 

Natural Path Presentation
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