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Mary Mojica is a Peer who works as a Training Instructor with Project Return Peer Support Network (PRPSN), a non-profit peer-run mental health organization that creates opportunities for connection that enrich and inspire individuals with mental illness to pursue a life without limits.
She has lived experience being in recovery from mental health challenges including PTSD, Borderline Personality Disorder, Anxiety as well as overcoming the barriers of growing up low-income Latinx in East Los Angeles and learning how to go from surviving to thriving. She regularly presents on the power of storytelling including Self-Disclosure in the Workplace, Honest, Open, Proud: Erasing the stigma against mental illness, along with other topics such as: Trauma-Informed Care, Cultural and Structural Humility and Group Facilitation, to name a few.
She also prepares peer students of the California Association of Peer Supporters Academy for the CA State Medi-Cal Peer Support Specialist certification exam as part of a collaborative effort with Mental Health Association of San Francisco and Mental Health America California.
Empowerment and Integrity are some of the values that drive her in supporting others who are living with mental illness. When she is not working, she enjoys spending time with loved ones, traveling, cooking, and making funny videos of her two Persian cats.