We are open!

The Peer Support Network (PSN) provides a comfortable and safe space for adults experiencing mental health issues, to socialize and support one another.  It is a “Drop-in Center” model that promotes recovery and growth to help individuals meet life’s challenges and set goals for the future.  There are scheduled group activities and sessions which allow clients who are interested to interact with staff, volunteers, peer specialist, and university interns.

The PSN is open Monday through Thursday, 9am until 2pm.  Masks are required and the number of people in the center are limited to allow for safe physical distancing.

We will be offering a virtual connection for our Mental Health Topic groups every Tuesday from 10am until 11am and to our Support group every Thursday from 1pm until 2pm.  Click here to join.

The Peer Support Network is accessible to any adult with a mental health issue. There is no cost and participants are not required to be a client of Hiawatha Valley Mental Health Center.


The Peer Support Network was created for use as an Adult drop-in center.