AIM has Recovery Peer Advocates who combine life experience and professional training to support the recovery of people with substance use disorders. This service is free and confidential.

AIM is a partner in the Chemung Peer Network, led by Catholic Charities of Chemung and Schuyler Counties. The Chemung Peer Network includes peer advocates at six different Chemung County agencies who assist people with mental health or substance use disorders in their recovery.

AIM employs Recovery Peer Advocates to help individuals with recovery from alcoholism or drug addiction.

Our advocates have been through the recovery process themselves. They reach out to people in need, help to develop recovery plans, model coping skills and strategies, link to treatment and recovery services, and facilitate support groups. 

We believe in choice and self-determination. We do not monitor an individual’s behavior or compliance with treatment; we do not judge.

For more information or to schedule an appointment, contact Recovery Peer Advocate Brandon Beuter at (607) 962-8225, ext. 233.