On December 28th, 2017, I found myself in a place of desperation and disappointment.
The idea seemed ridiculous. One month. On a bus. Traveling across the United States.
Peers host our daily support meetings. They’re skilled professionals who offer non-judgmental support for a variety of mental & behavioral health concerns.
Feeling stuck in a rut? Sometimes we just know: it’s time for a change.
In 2020, I did change my relationship with substances in a meaningful way. And along with it, my relationship with finances changed, too.
Whatever you do (or don’t do!) this Valentine’s Day, remember that you are always worthy of self-love… regardless of your relationship status.
Unhealthy substance use can carry over to the professional realm, with costly consequences. Employees and employers alike can benefit from a recovery-friendly workplace.
Nancy Taylor (she/her) is a quiet force in the world of addiction, recovery, and peer support. We got an opportunity to sit down with her and talk about life, her chosen pathway of recovery, and the Recovery Dharma community.
Recently, WEconnect’s Diversity, Inclusivity, Respect, and Equity (DIRE) committee held an annual donation matching program encouraging employees to donate to humanitarian causes of their choice. The incentive? CEO Daniela Luzi Tudor would be matching 200% of all employee donations, tripling the impact of their contributions.