We Believe

  • We cannot drive on an empty gas tank. We have to fill our own tanks and prioritize our self-care for own well-being, and to take care of our families in the ways we want to.
  • We each travel through life in a different vehicle. Some drive a Chevy, some take the bus. It doesn’t matter. It’s the effort we make and love we give that matters.
  • We are doing the best we can with the tools we have. We do not have to be perfect while we are on the road to health, integrity and wholeness.
  • Learning is a lifelong lesson. We get better as we go along. We need to give ourselves credit and celebrate our successes, large and small, every step of the way.
  • Speaking our truth is a revolutionary act. Sharing our truth breaks down our silence, isolation, shame and guilt. Speaking up liberates us and those around us.
  • Every person has the wisdom within to navigate their lives when they feel respected for who they are.
  • We are resilient and whole even though we have been through difficult times. Everyone deserves empathy and compassion no matter what we have gone through.
  • Asking for help is a sign of strength, not weakness. Being pro-active on our own behalf shows our commitment and is not only good for us, but good for the people we love.
  • We each deserve to be treated with respect, compassion and non-judgement, from others and ourselves.
  • Everyone has the ability to heal and grow.
  • Giving voice to our challenges gives us strength.
  • We each are the best person to be our child’s parent and deserve support for how the hard work we do every day and how important we are.
  • Our love is good and our children benefit from our love.
  • Recovery is possible, even for me!
  • The recovery journey can result in the best version of ourselves.
  • We all have the potential to not only exist, but to live and thrive!