P2P ProgramAchieving and sustaining recovery in the community from mental illness and addiction is a leading obstacle for youth. The leading barrier to care is finding support within the community that directly responds to youth needs. This program uniquely serves this issue by establishing a community-based program where youth can find peer support, have access to resources, learn life skills, and develop a resiliency that will allow them to find recovery and overcome the challenges faced in life. The youth members develop and operate each group based on the Resiliency Theory, an evidence-based practice developed by Nan Henderson. Through an overarching commitment to recovery in the community, this program aims to increase the voice of marginalized youth in order to build awareness, education, and advocacy for the social justice needs that impact the lives of each group member.