C4 Innovations

Community & Behavioral Health | Recovery | Social Change

We Stand for Racial Justice

C4 mourns and condemns the racist murders and continuing deaths, victimizations, discrimination, and oppression of Black and non-White people occurring now and that have occurred throughout America’s history. We stand with those working every day for racial justice and commit to dismantling racism in all forms. Listen as Regina Cannon, our Chief Equity and Impact Officer, reflects on race, racism, and equity on “Morning Cup of Equity.”


Achieve lasting change for individuals and communities affected by substance use, mental illness, trauma, and housing instability

C4 Innovations advances recovery, wellness, and housing stability for people who are marginalized. We are committed to reducing disparities and achieving equitable outcomes.

We partner with service organizations, communities, and systems to develop and implement research-based solutions that are:

• Person-centered
• Recovery-oriented
• Trauma-informed

Illustration of diverse people working together to for social change.

Strategic learning approaches that strengthen knowledge and build practical skills


Custom solutions that transform organizations, systems, and communities


Driven by values and informed by research, first-hand knowledge, and lived experience

Where's the Line: Defining Harm in Harm Reduction

Join us on June 23 from 2-3 pm ET for a free, interactive virtual conversation on the pros and cons of harm reduction and why it's increasingly viable for providers and peer support workers. National peer experts will discuss their experiences and approaches, facilitate discussion, and share resources.

Racial Equity in Recovery 101

Join us in July for a new live, online course on Addressing Race-Related Barriers in Recovery Support Services. The course is geared for staff and peer support providers working with diverse people in recovery from behavioral health conditions seeking to move away from performative diversification efforts to sustainable equity and inclusion practices. To learn more about bringing racial equity to recovery support services and this course, join a free event on Thursday, June 24 from 2-3 pm ET.