Professional Peer Support Services

Affecting Change...One Person at a Time

Trinity Wellness Community Care in Monroe, NC provides peer support services to assist those struggling with mental illness and addiction. By helping to formulate and implement life enhancing personal goals, we help you get started on your road to recovery.

With the help of peer support specialists who have successfully reached recovery, our participants develop and maintain positive support networks, become active members in the community, and gain an increased sense of self-worth. Don’t struggle alone any longer. We are here to help.

We provide peer support services in the following counties:

  • Alamance and Caswell
  • Franklin, Granville, Halifax, Vance, and Warren
  • Mecklenburg

  • Orange, Person, and Chatham
  • Piedmont Area – Cabarrus, Stanly, Rowan, Union, and Davidson

About Us

Keisha L. Barnes, CEO

Keisha has always had a passion for helping others, and has dedicated her life to empowering and edifying those who struggle with low self-esteem, as she herself struggled for years with the same issue.

Keisha says that it has been by God’s grace, and years of “putting in the work” that she has gained confidence and an understanding of who she is and who God created her to be. Keisha has volunteered as a peer counselor for several years at The Help Crisis Pregnancy Center in Monroe, NC, and as a Masters Level Counselor and Lay Course Facilitator at New Beginnings Church in Matthews, NC. She has her master’s in professional counseling from Liberty University, and is currently pursuing a doctorate in organizational leadership from Grand Canyon University.  

Keisha has three children, two stepchildren, a grandson, and several other children who have “adopted” her. Keisha also mentors several young women, and intends to start a 501c3 with her business partner to provide resources for young women. Keisha is the lead singer in a local band and a trained chef. She enjoys theatre, traveling, and showing off her culinary skills.

Victoria Salley, COO

Victoria has a deep passion for serving others and helping those who struggle with addiction and mental illness. Victoria has personal experience with addiction, and has been in recovery for more than 28 years. She has several years’ experience as an entrepreneur, and has served our community for the past three years as a certified peer support specialist.

Victoria studied business management at the North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, and is highly skilled at managing our daily operations. She has two sons and a grandson, and intends to start a 501c3 with her business partner to provide resources for young women. In her free time, she enjoys playing scrabble and bid whist. Victoria loves to travel, and plans to one day retire abroad.