Glass Cleaning ChoreAt Perry Wellness Center, peer clients participate in completing chores, taking turns to help out. The rotation serves two main purposes: one is to maintain and beautify the recovery center, campus, and market. In a program that promotes good mental health, having a clean, safe, and attractive environment is a positive influence for all.

The second purpose is to promote teamwork, work skills, and a productive routine for individuals whose previous mental health or substance abuse problems may have interrupted school, employment, or training.

One peer who always pitches in at PWC is Sonja Mullins, who says, “We are proud of [PWC founder and CEO] Stuart Perry and how he built Perry Wellness Center. I like to clean windows, and Stuart asks me to do the chore throughout the month.”

With so much traffic, entrance doors can bear many fingerprints in a short amount of time. Here, Sonja works to keep them shining and clean.

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