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Using the unique power of peer supports to enhance recovery and self-empowerment informs CAPS, a peer-run organization serving adults in New York’s capital region recovering from mental illnesses.

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Tammy Inco

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Program Director, Peer Advocacy

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Tammy Inco has worked in many of our programs here at CAPS. She has worked as an administrative assistant for Dan Reilly when he was the Director of the 100 Clinton Avenue program. She also worked on the Careline answering phones and providing insight, guidance, advice and referrals to local agencies for callers who need such assistance. She then worked in the CDIC kitchen assisting Shawn with meal preparation and cleaning. She joined the Peer advocates in 2011 and has become the Program Director as of 2012. Tammy coordinates the hours of the peer advocates to maximize the contact and effectiveness of the other peer advocates. Tammy has demonstrated a versatility and commitment that has yet to be matched by any single employee and her dedication is unquestionable.

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Capital Area Peer Services
354 Central Avenue
Albany, NY 12208-2311

P 518.427.5056
F 518.427.5059

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