Meaningful Opportunities for Healing and Recovery!

May 11, 2015
The evidence-based programs and services of Step Up and Daniel’s Places lead to harm reduction, recovery, well-being, and self-sufficiency for individuals experiencing mental health issues. Meaningful opportunities, such as the Creative Writing Group (left, facilitated by volunteer and board member Phil Glosserman), the Computer Learning Center, and numerous member-lead topic…

02Feb-GroupWriting01BlogThe evidence-based programs and services of Step Up and Daniel’s Places lead to harm reduction, recovery, well-being, and self-sufficiency for individuals experiencing mental health issues. Meaningful opportunities, such as the Creative Writing Group (left, facilitated by volunteer and board member Phil Glosserman), the Computer Learning Center, and numerous member-lead topic groups help create a sense of belonging for members of Step Up communities. Participants in the Member Advisory Committee have a voice in all relevant matters. Residents in all Step Up communities (Step on Second, Step Up on Fifth, Daniel’s Village, Step Up on Vine, Michael’s Village, The Tammy, and soon Step Up on Colorado) have the opportunity to participate in Tenant Advisory Committees regarding all aspects of the buildings in which they reside. Why? Because recovery is possible!

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