Make a change today

getting people to recovery

Assisting the houseless and hoarding communities in
new ways.

From navigating the social services, shelter, and mental healthcare systems — to support during forced home clean-outs — our specialized Peers are there to connect, support, and guide.


For more information about getting help please get in touch with us directly.


Find more information and join our support groups, and workshops.


A movement that works to unite all voices in the behavioral healthcare arena.

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About Us

We strive to assist the houseless and hoarding/cluttering communities in new ways.

Kimberly works as a Lead Peer Mentor in the mental health field, providing support for those recently discharged from mental health facilities, facilitating connection to the County behavioral health system, and linking them to community resources.

In 2016, Kimberly volunteered with affordable housing advocacy groups in Orange County working with people who were unhoused.  This work included advocating for affordable housing policy on the city, County and State levels along with direct services where needed.  She continues that work today.

In 2013, Kimberly joined the Orange County Task Force on Hoarding as a volunteer.  As of today, she Chairs the Executive Board.  Through that work, she has helped others in a number of ways, including presentations at conferences to educate and spread awareness, one-on-one help, liaison services, and running recovery-oriented workshops.

As someone coming from a trauma background, including a period of houselessness as a teen, Kimberly understands the importance of a Peer who understands.  She is motivated by a passion for changing the systems within which we find ourselves, and by the importance of spreading empathy and dignity.  

She believes that the bonds that are created with Peer recovery can be profound and change lives.

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We advocate for policy change.and are rooted in the concept, 


As Peers, we believe that together we can rise from our challenges and draw upon our collective strength to transition from adversity to thriving lives.

We can’t make change alone We need help from the community

Your funds will go to support two struggling communities desiring a fresh start. We are peers helping people transition and recover from hoarding and homelessness through a variety of services.

Peer Voices of Tustin: The Phoenix Project is operating through a CA non-profit public benefit corporation using fiscal sponsorship with Peer Voices of Orange County  (Federal Tax ID: 93-1580625), with federal tax-exempt status as a public charity under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Contributions to Peer Voices of Tustin: The Phoenix Project are tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law.

Support Groups

Our Services

Our services are recovery-oriented, person-centered, voluntary, relationship-focused, and trauma-informed. We understand that we are only there for a snapshot of someone’s journey, and Peer empowerment is the key to their future success.


Beyond our belongings

Support group for people that struggle with hoarding. Meets every Thursday at 6pm through Zoom, and once a month in person/hybrid.


Buried in treasures

This February, 15-16week workshop (1.5 hours a week) that will meet every Wednesday on Zoom for people struggling with hoarding.


Assisting for homelessness

We help you fill out all the forms required to get housing and access social services, as well as get the documents needed to obtain an ID.


Unburied from treasures

Maintenance support group that meets the second & fouth Tuesday of the month at 7pm (only for Buried Treasures graduates)


Housing is a human right

Orange County meetings that meet the second and fourth Mondays of the month at 7pm for volunteers and impacted people.

Connect with us

Get to know our work with the community

Learn more about the work and events Peer Voices of Orange County: The Phoenix Project is doing for the community by following us on our social media.

our locations

Peer Voices of Orange County: The Phoenix Project takes pride in supporting the community and providing opportunities for peer expansion across all aspects of the Behavioral Health System and Justice Intervention System to benefit the community as a whole.

Get in touch

We would love to hear from you, please fill out the following form and we will reach out as soon as possible.



(657) 272-7040

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