Help us raise donations and benefit yourself in the process. 
Life Connections Peer Recovery Services has partnered with Integrated Functional Health to
help raise funds for our cause.

How It Works:

  • Book an appointment at Integrated Functional Health and engage in a Float Tank Session.  
  • Tell them you floating to support Life Connections Peer Recovery Services.
  • IFH will donate $20 to the Life Connections for every regularly priced Float Tank Session designated for Life Connections Peer Recovery

A Float Tank is pretty much what is sounds like. A tank filled with about 10-11 inches of water, densely saturated with Magnesium Sulfate (Epsom Salt). The solution is so dense, that you actually float at the surface of the water with no effort at all. The water is heated to approximate the temperature of the surface of your skin. Light and sound are reduced or eliminated depending on the setup of the tank and room. There are different styles of float tanks, each with their own unique advantages.

Regardless of the type of flotation tank, the principles are the same:
Produce an environment where the person floats at the surface of the water effortlessly
Reduce sensory input by removing light, sound, and touch inputs
Create an environment ideal to facilitate a profound level of physical and mental relaxation



Updated 6/23/2020

Dear Guests, Employees and Friends of Life Connections,

First, we want to thank you for being part of our compassionate, caring community. We stand together with all of you to serve with the utmost compassion, responsibility to one another and commitment to our mission.

Second, it is in that spirit of compassion, responsibility and commitment that we have decided to temporarily adjust our operations to help slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus. 

  • Our Life Connections Peer Recovery Wellness Center building will be open with extra measures in place like, screening questions before entering, mask requirements and temperature taken, we will allow no more than 10 people at one time with physical distancing. During that time, peer support specialists will also continue to serve individuals remotely via phone and video conferencing during regular business hours of Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday from 5p.m. until 10p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from 12p.m. until 5p.m. 
  • Information about Life Connections can be found on our Facebook page along with a link to virtual support services. 
  • Rhonda’s House will be accepting two guests at a time for a stay of up to seven days. Staff and guests of Rhonda’s House are following the recommendations of the CDC and state authorities by taking extra precautions in this time of uncertainty, including constant hand washing, surface cleaning and social distancing and wearing mask as part of the requirements, the 24/7 support line 516-688-7484 is also still available for individuals not needing respite but still looking for support.

The following services remain in place with no changes in hours of operation:

As always, individuals seeking assistance with mental health- or disability-related concerns or crisis may contact Life Connections staff during regular hours or the following crisis lines any time, whether in crisis or not.

  • Eastern Iowa Mental Health Crisis Line: 24/7 – Toll Free 1-844-430-0375
  • Robert Young Center (Illinois) Crisis Line: 24/7 – Local 309-779-2999 

These numbers are answered 24/7 by professional counselors that can assist individuals with information, immediate support and referrals. You do not have to be in crisis to call.

We will be monitoring the situation as it evolves and sending periodic updates related to our service operations.

Peer Respite Support Line

Life Connections Peer Recovery Services knows the impact of Covid 19 and is here to
support anyone struggling with anything from isolation, anxiety, depression, and any
other life altering experiences.

If you feel you need the support of another person we have shifted our peer respite
temporarily to a support line operating 24 hours, this is where you can find support of a
trained peer support specialist who has experienced these same type of issues, all calls
are confidential, not recorded, and free to anyone in Scott, Clinton, Jackson, Cedar and
Muscatine counties.

When all hope seems lost we are there...
Be free of judgment…
We listen and not interrupt...

Call: (516)-688-7484

Flyer for Support Line


Video Conferencing Opportunities

Ongoing Starting May 15, 2020
List of groups offered virtually by Life Connections wellness center
Monday’s: eating healthy
Tuesday’s: W.R.A.P. wellness recovery action plan
Thursday’s: Stressors/feelings. true/ False?
Friday’s: Wellness check ins, open dialogues
Saturday’s: What does recovery look like and mean to me?
Sunday’s: Negative self-talk

Contact us at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Or 563-659-9027

For Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, & Friday use first Zoom Meeting and
For Sunday & Saturday use second Zoom Meeting


or copy/paste this link into your web browser

Meeting ID: 841 3630 6152

If connecting by phone, Dial by your location
+1 312 626 6799 US (Chicago)

Updated 5/15/2020

Video Conferencing Every weekend on Sunday & Saturday


or copy/paste this link into your web browser

Meeting ID: 825 5465 4810

If connecting by phone, Dial by your location
+1 312 626 6799 US (Chicago)

Updated 5/15/2020

Creating healthy opportunities for advancing hope, recovery and wellness for all.

Life Connections supports individuals who are experiencing Mental Health and Substance addiction issues and who want to work on their recovery goals and situations before getting into a crisis situation.

Our Services

Wellness Center

A place where individuals experiencing Mental Health issues can work on their recovery with trained Peer Support Specialists. What is unique about our organization is that we are a Peer-Run, Peer-Owned Organization; our staff offers many of the same lived experiences as our guests and serves as models of recovery, we will serve all individuals whether or not they can pay.

Learn More About Wellness Center

Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP)

Discover your own simple, safe wellness tools; Develop a list of things to do every day to stay as well as possible; Identify upsetting events, early warning signs and signs that things have gotten much worse; using wellness tools, develop action plans for responding at these times; Create a crisis plan; and Create a post-crisis plan

Every Tuesday at the Wellness Recovery Center from 5:30pm-7:00pm

Rhonda’s House
(Now Open)

Rhonda’s House (Iowa’s Only Peer-run Respite Center) provides a safe and welcoming environment for individuals who are experiencing a mental health crisis and who voluntarily choose temporary respite services to restore well-being and the ability to manage their lives. Rhonda’s House is an alternative to the more restrictive care of a locked psychiatric hospital facility. 

Learn More About Rhonda's House

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