What We Believe
We believe in everyone’s potential to achieve their dreams.
We believe in asking:
- “What happened to me?” rather than “What’s wrong with me?”
- “What do I want my life to be like? rather than “What can service providers give me?”
- “How can understanding my lived experience help me and others?”
We believe that you are the expert on your own life and experiences, and that a great deal of wisdom is gained on the path to recovery.
We believe that recovery is not only possible, but probable for everyone.
We believe in the importance of forming genuine and natural connections with other individuals.
We believe in mutuality, and that support from individuals who have “been there” can be powerful, inspirational, and life changing.