However, consumer-experts find hope in new federally funded transformation initiatives. These efforts have helped to promote consumer voice and choice and expand peer roles. Thirty years ago, when the study of consumers' experience of coercion in care was in its infancy, the idea of peer specialists working in inpatient and outpatient settings was unheard of. Not now. Thirty years ago, the possibility of young adults working as peer mentors in inpatient and outpatient services did not exist. It does now. Thirty years ago, “parent partners” working in hospital and community-based care was unknown. Not anymore. These roles and many more are emerging in public and private health care systems and transforming and destigmatizing mental health treatment—making recovery real.