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Fostering a safe space for recovery


Center Director, Mark Mulhern 

Mark Mulhern Mark joined South Shore Peer Recovery in June 2018 after serving as the Assistant Director at the Miller House, a program of Gosnold on Cape Cod. He assisted men in recovery through supportive living and case management at Miller, where he was responsible for supervision and scheduling of staff members, intake, discharge and provision of individual and group meetings with residents. Aftercare planning was essential to the success of graduates and he experienced the importance of community recovery there personally and professionally.

Mark is a graduate of Assumption College and served in the financial services industry before beginning his career in recovery services.  A man in long term recovery he is a strong advocate for people in recovery and their families and believes that community support and the recovery community center is a vital link to success for people in early recovery.


Volunteer Coordinator, Jane Wasel

Jane Wasel As a member of the local recovery community, Jane has been an active volunteer at the Center since 2017. She shares, “I believe in peer recovery support because I have experienced it personally and witnessed the positive impact on others.”

Jane has a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work from Iowa State University and has been involved in fundraising and volunteering for many local nonprofit organizations including Wellspring and the Friendship Home. In her position as Office and Volunteer Coordinator, Jane is responsible for our volunteer program that is instrumental to the center to provide facilitation of peer lead groups, fundraising, advocacy and support in the center and the community. Jane will also be providing administrative support for center operations and coordination of special events.

Jane raised her two sons in Cohasset and relocated to Scituate in 2014. She is an active member of the Scituate community and is looking forward to her position at South Shore Peer Recovery and the positive impact that peer recovery can make in the community to help reduce the stigma of substance use disorder.

Peer Recovery Support Specialist; Michael Corcoran