Wings Across Alabama is the largest Mental Health Consumer-Run Organization in Alabama. We are a “for us, by us” organization that deeply believes in healing that comes through shared experience. We offer peer support through an array of direct services.
Wings mission is to advance mental health policies and service to promote and support recovery.
Support groups designed with peers’ mental health needs in mind but everyone in the community is encouraged to attend.
Call for NON-CRISIS peer support! A certified peer specialist will answer.
It is confidential and is available 7 days a week!
We feel strongly that art, including creative writing, poetry, and visual art enhances recovery. We encourage you to submit your artwork to be showcased in one of our Artistic Expression Galleries.
Mental health stigma comes in many forms. Exclusion, silence, and labeling are just a few. Sharing your personal story of Empowerment can help end stigma and help bring communities together!!
APPR is a comprehensive planning process for monitoring and managing one’s wellness.
How May Wings Support You?
Action Planning for Prevention and Recovery
What is Peer Support?
Learn about what Peer Support is, and how you can get involved.
STORIES AND EVENTS
In January 2024, Wings Across Alabama was awarded a grant through the Alabama Department of Veteran Affairs in the amount of $111,000 to provide programs and services which positively impact the mental health of Alabama veterans and their families under the State...
January 2024 JOB DESCRIPTION Job Classification: Program Aide for Drop-in Center Working Title: Drop-in Center Coordinator The Program Aide overseeing the program and operations of the drop-in center sponsored by the Authority reports to the Authority as well as to...
Sarge has always had a soft spot for helping humans, so much so that he was trained as a therapy dog and quickly rose to the top of his class. Like his human, Sarge suffers from anxiety, so despite his excellent scores and passing all his tests with flying colors, his...