By effectively providing education and a community of recovery support in a culture of high-risk behaviors, the Kennesaw State University Center for Young Adult Addiction and Recovery advocates for students seeking health and wellness from substance and co-occurring disorders while pursuing a college degree.
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VOCAL focuses on creating broad-scale social change, as well as change in the lives of individuals. They work to transform the mental health system, and create alternatives to the system, by promoting mental health recovery, self-determination, and peer leadership.
United Self-Help promotes mental health through education and mutual support.
The Transformation Center promotes the growth and voices of people with lived experience in mental health wellness and freedom from chemical dependencies, individually, in communities and in organizations.
Texas Catalysts for Empowerment provides a strong voice for people with lived experience of mental health issues throughout the state of Texas. Working in partnership with others who are committed to creating environments that support mental health recovery, TCE calls for self-determination, autonomy and recovery for all.
South Carolina Share is dedicated to providing support, education, and advocacy by providing opportunities and resources to assist individuals in finding their own path to mental health recovery.
Project ABLE provides peer services and support to people with mental health and co-occurring issues, helping them come out of isolation and reconnect to the community. Project ABLE provides a path to live healthfully and experience a normal life again without judgement in a safe environment. These services embrace human dignity, expand the capacity for individuals to recover, and promote life-long empowerment.
The Personal Empowerment Recovery Coalition is a statewide, peer-run organization that exists to advocate for the empowerment of people with lived experiences of behavioral health challenges, trauma, or extreme states. It promotes transformation of behavioral health care to be compassionate, trauma-informed, person-centered, and strength-based, and educates policy makers, behavioral health consumers, and the general public in Arkansas to eliminate discrimination and demonstrate that recovery is possible.
The Pennsylvania Mental Health Consumers' Association is a statewide member organization providing information, referrals, and support to people who are receiving services or in recovery from a mental illness in Pennsylvania.
The Projects to Empower and Organize the Psychiatrically Labeled is a peer-run nonprofit organization that advocates for and provides services to people living with mental health diagnoses.