Compeer of Lebanon County focuses on friendship and support for our friends and neighbors living with mental illness within three programs.

The Compeer program exists for the purpose of matching caring adults in one-to-one supportive friendships with people of the same gender who are in mental health recovery.

CompeerCORPS is an extension of the traditional Compeer model that is designed to serve veterans in the Lebanon community who are in mental health recovery.

The Compeer Youth Mentoring program began in 2019 and offers mentoring services to children in schools across Lebanon County. This program partners high school students with elementary and middle school children in a one-to-one mentoring relationship.

Our Impact

Throughout our 20 years of making friendships in Lebanon County, we have accomplished a lot along the way. Below you can check out just a few articles from local newspapers that showcase the importance of the programs that we provide and how we continue to make a positive impact on those in the Lebanon County area who are recovering from mental illness.

Lebanon’s Prismatic Ink will offer semicolon tattoos for suicide and mental health awareness (from Lebtown)

Lebanon Valley Chamber Presents Awards (from Reading Eagle)

Compeer Services Expand (from Lebanon Daily News)

Compeer Lebanon Friends Change Lives (from Lebanon Daily News)