Peer Support Network was created after realizing the lack of resources for adults with acquired disabilities between the ages of 18-65 in the United States.
This takes the greatest toll on those with limited family or financial support, and who have not paid into long-term health insurance.In these cases, there is a huge gap in our healthcare system to cover necessary medical and routine life expenses.Our goal is to create a future for adults with acquired disabilities, one survivor at a time.We understand the isolation and challenges that our survivors endure. Opening up to peers is one step towards recovery.
Peer Support Network volunteers are dedicated to giving of their time, compassion and hearts. Our donors provide the needed funding to help our survivors thrive.
Scared & Alone
It's easy to feel forgotten and invisible. Many adults with acquired disabilities keep their pain inside because they feel alone in this struggle. Friends walk away--you become out of sight, out of mind.
Everyday tasks can feel overwhelming and impossible living with an acquired disability. Life is out of your control and scary. Every morning begins as a new unknown.
We're building a community for adults with acquired disabilities to keep them from feeling alone and help them succeed in a world designed for the abled.
It's time to push social boundaries so people living with disabilities don't feel stigmatized.
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