RECOVERY WORKS: National Activists & Organizations Call for Action

“Recovery is a process, a way of life, an attitude, and a way of approaching the day’s challenges. It is not a perfectly linear process. At times our course is erratic and we falter, slide back, regroup and start again… The need is to meet the challenge of the disability and to re-establish a new and valued sense of integrity and purpose within and beyond the limits of the disability; the aspiration is to live, work and love in a community in which one makes a significant contribution.”
— Pat Deegan, PhD, person in recovery from serious mental illness

Advocates Launch Campaign to Advance Recovery-Focused Mental Health Care

a call to action February 18, 2015 Campaign Unveiled as Congress Considers Major Mental Health Reforms CONTACT: David Lerner, Riptide Communications, 917-612-5657 (Washington, DC) – As House and Senate Democrats and Republicans focus on comprehensive mental health reform, and a recent poll by the Kennedy Center for Mental Health Policy and Research indicated that 71%Continue reading “Advocates Launch Campaign to Advance Recovery-Focused Mental Health Care”