We are all recovering from something and you don’t have to recover alone.
SHE RECOVERS is a non-profit movement dedicated to redefining recovery, inspiring hope, ending stigma and empowering women in or seeking recovery to increase their recovery capital, heal themselves and help other women to do the same.
Help Young Women Rise Rooted in Recovery
GIVE OR SHARE YOUR STORY FOR THE NEXT GENERATION
The U.S. Surgeon General has recently declared youth mental health as “the public health issue of our time.” As we unveil an escalating mental health pandemic among young women, SHE RECOVERS must take action. Your support is vital in delivering the essential early intervention and recovery management programming necessary to connect, support, and empower young women, enabling them to discover hope and healing in their recovery.
CONNECT . SUPPORT . EMPOWER
SHE RECOVERS® Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit public charity and a global grassroots movement serving more than 325,000 women and non-binary individuals in or seeking recovery from life challenges including trauma, substance use, grief and loss, eating disorders, burnout and moral injury, love addiction and mental health issues such as anxiety and depression. We are all recovering from something—no one should have to recover alone. SHE RECOVERS is dedicated to redefining recovery, inspiring hope, ending stigma and empowering women in or seeking recovery from life challenges including mental health issues, trauma and substance use, to increase their recovery capital, heal themselves and help other women to do the same.
All of our efforts are infused with the SHE RECOVERS inclusive community ethos and informed by our Intentions & Guiding Principles.
YOU CAN REDEFINE RECOVERY + MAKE WOMEN’S MENTAL HEALTH MATTER
Just as there are many pathways and patchworks to recovery, there are myriads of ways to support our mission and the women we serve. You can donate, raise funds, shop for a cause, recover out loud, volunteer, honor others, share your story – and more. No matter what you choose, you are redefining recovery, inspiring hope, ending stigma and empowering women in or seeking recovery.
Our 2022 Impact
Reached over 3 million 55 thousand women in or seeking recovery
Minutes of professionally facilitated live group support and recovery education sessions were provided.
Online support and offerings to enhance your recovery experience and create lasting change.
A collection of audio posts, interviews and recorded talks specially curated for our community.
Our coaches create supportive, non-judgmental spaces for women in or seeking recovery.
Practice yoga online with Taryn Strong or take the Teacher Designation Program.
Learn how to become a recovery coach or hire one of our coaches to support you in your recovery.
Find available, quality treatment and recovery support.
Our Movement. Our Cause.
When we’re ready, we recover out loud so that women who are struggling can find and join our movement.
We thank our community for taking the time to share their impact statements so we may reach all women who may benefit from a community like ours. We are truly stronger together! Watch the video below to hear the impact that has been made.
The Changing Fabric of Recovery: Weaving Pathways with Patchworks Exploring Self-Help in Recovery | Sarah Allen Benton, MS, LMHC, LPC, AADC of Aware Recovery CareSarah Allen Benton, MS, LMHC, LPC, AADC is a woman in long term recovery, a licensed mental health...
A Radical Self Love Meditation Guided by SHE RECOVERS® Founder Taryn Strong"We understand that the practice of radical self-love is paramount to our well-being." ~ SHE RECOVERS Foundation, Intention & Guiding Principle ~In honor of #RecoveryMonth we are practicing...
Overworking, also known as workaholism, is when someone is addicted to work. It can also be described as incessant internal and external activity with the underlying belief that if you’re not always active, you don’t have the right to exist.
Are you new to the SHE RECOVERS Community or curious to learn more about the free SHE RECOVERS Together Online Gatherings? Join us for our monthly Gathering About Gatherings held on the first Monday of every month. We are all recovering from something and all of who you are is welcome here.
Not My Child: Creating Cultures of Prevention Within the Household & Beyond #MentalHealthMonday Recovery Education Session With Nitya Sivakumar of Heal Behavioral HealthMonday, September 18 | 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM PT Not My Child: Creating Cultures of Prevention...
77 ways to practice radical self-love"We understand that the practice of radical self-love is paramount to our well-being." ~ SHE RECOVERS Foundation, Intention & Guiding Principle ~In celebration of National Recovery Month the following suggestions were lovingly...