Who We Are
First and foremost, Comfort Zone is a safe space. We are place anyone can go to feel welcome, accepted, and free to relax regardless of who they are, what they believe, where they came from, or what they've experienced in their life.
The Comfort Zone is staffed by a group of highly compassionate Peer Support Specialists who have experienced some measure of mental illness, trauma, addiction, or houselessness in their lives and can relate on a deeply personal level. This is a place of understanding and equity as opposed to clinical authority.
We offer different types of interaction: activities, games, nourishment, movies, private spaces, meaningful conversation and emotional support from people who have lived experience with what people might be struggling with. Comfort Zone is a much needed place for many people who feel like they don't belong in this world.
Because of COVID-19, our building is currently *CLOSED*
We're involved in our Outreach Program, reaching out to those in the community who want our involvement.
We're currently looking for a new building to open Comfort Zone once again.