A program of peer support activities that are designed to help individuals with psychiatric diagnosis live, work and fully participate in communities. These activities are based on the principle that people who share a common condition or experience can be of substantial assistance to each other. Specific program activities will: build on existing best practices in self-help/peer support/mutual support; incorporate the principles of Olmstead; assist individuals in identifying, remembering or discovering their own passions in life; serve as a clearinghouse of community participation opportunities; and then support individuals in linking to those community groups, organizations, networks or places that will nurture and feed an individual's passions in life. Social recreation events with a focus on community participation opportunities will be the basis for exposing individuals to potential passion areas through dynamic experiences, not lectures or presentations. This program will be funded through performance-based contracts with a specified set of deliverables.