What stigmas do you, the people you work with, and the communities with which you identify face? And how do you survive them? When you see someone being stigmatized, how do you and your programs respond? These are some of the many questions we can help you address in your selves, programs, agencies, and communities. We structure our training and coaching to fit your organization’s unique circumstances, including the size of your staff and where you are in your learning.
Our team includes service providers, trainers, researchers, and people who have lived experienced of recovery from substance use and mental health disorders, homelessness, trauma, incarceration, and related issues. Many of our staff are family members and allies of people in recovery as well as clinicians, practitioners, and leaders with on-the-ground experience designing and delivering services. Our work is person-centered, trauma-informed, and recovery-oriented with a deep commitment to promoting racial justice and reducing inequities.