Chasing Life

A Telly Award winning documentary film about Recovery from Addiction. This 61 minute film is a follow up to our film, Chasing It, that was released in 2014. With the opiate addiction crisis ravaging communites across the country here is a look at resources for those who suffer from addiction. Featured in the film: the

NYS OASAS sponsored Club House located at the Center and

OASAS Commissioner Arlene González-Sánchez, the equestrian therapy model,


Saint Christopher's Inn.

Chasing It

Peers Partnership has focused their efforts on awareness of dangers of using heroin. "Chasing It" features dramatic and heart breaking interviews and the science behind addiction with Dr. Marc Fishman. Our 46 minute film is available for schools, youth groups, PTAs and others for viewing. Please contact us for more information. "Chasing It" was the recipient of two Communicator Awards of Distinction and was a selection to the Big Apple Film Festival, Fall, 2014. Available for individual purchase on and for public performance from Soundview Media. Partners.

"Chasing It" was reviewed in the School Library Journal, April 2016










25th Silver Anniversary

May 19, 2018

Join us at The Paramount Hudson Valley Theater in Peekskill, NY to celebrate 25 years of youth making a difference.

Music, film, laughter, tears and reunion is the order of the evening. More info to follow, so save the date!

Tickets available now:

Brown Paper Ticket

This year we have some exciting projects. The original screenplay,

"A Robins Nest"

on marijuana use by teens has started production. We plan a road trip to Atlanta, GA in January to visit with the folks at the

Center for Disease Control and Prevention.


Latest information on Opiate crisis

What is the CDC? What do you do?

How does marijuana use affect youth

The Peers Influence Peers Partnership, with the cooperation of the Putnam County Legislature, the Putnam Valley Central School District, The Putnam Northern Westchester Tech Center Film program, the Carmel Central School District and the Mahopac Central School District has 24 years put youth on media using their influence with their peers to make positive choices.