Mental health has been at the forefront of many of our minds in the wake of beloved comedian Robin Williams’ death in August. And how often have we been shocked to hear of a favorite performer, like Phillip Seymour Hoffman, succumbing to a substance abuse disorder? While some may seem immune from these issues, many of us, the majority really, know that these systemic problems not only happen on the front pages of the entertainment section, but occur within our own lives either personally or through the struggles of friends and loved ones. Fortunately, there are success stories for every tragedy, but any promising outcomes are best supported by further therapy and counseling. Recovery in Motion is an area nonprofit that trains adult peer counselors to provide support to fellow adults following a mental health or substance abuse crisis.