About Us


Our Story



Founded in 2004, Positive Peering is a community based program committed to mentoring, inspiring and educating men, women and children. Our volunteers work with families to identify their needs and provide proper support to empower them to succeed through the many challenges in life. We provide free educational and spiritual enrichment programs, group counseling and individual mentoring for today’s youth and families. We counsel individuals suffering from substance, emotional and physical abuse. We provide a safe environment for individuals to be encouraged and thrive to meet their highest potential.

Through our outreach program we assist youth to reach excellence by focusing on life skills, emotional health and social development. There are many individuals in today’s society that face many challenges that prevent them from reaching their true potential. Positive Peering provides the self-motivation, confidence and educational foundation, leading to inspiring individuals to be productive citizens.


Positive Peering is a volunteer program that provides shelter, food, clothing and housing to families and individuals in need. Our program is made possible by our many generous supporters and YOU! Yes, you can be a part of shaping your community and strengthening the family unit. Positive Peering is designed to build strong families for a better community. Your time, talent and donation can make it possible to reach more families. Please consider being a blessing to Positive Peering and your community.



Meet The Team


Jeneifer Threadcraft, NCC

Founder & Director

Jeneifer Threadcraft, is the founder and CEO of Positive Peering, Inc. which was established in 2004.  A graduate of Grand Canyon University where she received an Master's Degree in Psychology, in 2016. Currently she works as a contract worker for Community Healthcare of Georgia, where she provides  in-home individual and family therapy. Mrs. Threadcraft specializes in Trauma, Suicide prevention and group therapy for the youth and adolescents. Mrs. Threadcraft's passion is servicing the community where for provide food and clothing to underprivileged families that are in need.


Memberships & Affiliations

• 2019 Top Healthcare Provider in Stockbridge, GA by the Worldwide Leaders in Healthcare
• 2011-2012 Business Who’s Who Candidate
• American Association of Medical Assistants
• AAMA Certified
• American Psychological Association
• Founder of Positive Peering, Inc
• Founder of Positive People Taking Charge, LLC
• Grand Canyon University Alumni
• 2017 Riot Starter Perseverance Award
• Alpha Chi National College Honors Society
• CPR/CPI Certified
• Georgia Murder Suicide Network
• Trauma Infused Therapy
• "Isaiah's Journey" Domestic Violence Against Men
• Conyers-Rockdale Chamber of Commerce



Savombi Fields

Program Manager

Savombi Fields is a graduate of Walden University and received a Master’s Degree in Public Health, in 2010. Currently, she works as a project manager, and resides in Atlanta, Georgia. Ms. Fields has been a devoted member of the Positive Peering organization since its inception. She participates in other community service efforts such feeding the undeserved and supporting school aged children with educational needs in the Atlanta area. She brings a wealth of knowledge in the areas of Public Health, Healthcare, and Community Service to the organization.Ms. Fields is also a member of the following associations: Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, Association Academy of Professional Coders, Health Care Compliance Association, National Association of Realtors, and the Atlanta Realtors Association.