In the Media
IN THE COMMUNITY
Addiction in the Context of Intergenerational Trauma
Many models of addiction treatment espouse that mental health issues and substance abuse disorders are passed down from one generation to the next. Often, the suffering is attributed to parental modeling or genetic predisposition. However, research is revealing another component: intergenerational trauma.
Meet the Change-Makers
Eating Recovery Center
Introducing the very first episode of #MeetTheChangeMakers, a monthly video series hosted by Robyn Cruze-Harrington that spotlights amazing non-profits that you need to know about. During this kick-off episode, Robyn speaks with Dawn Nickel and Taryn Strong, the mother and daughter team and cofounders of She Recovers.
CA Newly Sober 18: Payton Kennedy
Payton Kennedy is a yoga instructor, dance facilitator, and events coordinator for SHE RECOVERS Foundation. SHE RECOVERS creates a safe space for women to recover and heal from trauma. In this episode we talk about finding ourselves and reclaiming our childhood joy. Thanks for a rad conversation, Payton! Keep up the good work!
The 17 Best Online Sobriety Support Spaces For 2021
So much of our world has gone digital, especially with the pandemic. For people in recovery who previously relied on in-person support, the need to replicate that network virtually is more important than ever.
The She Recovers Foundation’s Evolving Mission
Addiction recovery flourishes when it’s fueled by honesty. For queer, transgender and nonbinary folks who identify within women’s communities, honesty must first come from a place of safety. The She Recovers Foundation (SRF) is acutely aware of this, and recently incorporated a weekly recovery group into its programming to address the specific needs of this particular subgroup.
Dawn Nickel of She Recovers on The Many Paths To Recovery
Sometimes if you’re lucky someone reaches out to you in the early days when you’re first trying to stop drinking and shows you how to take the first steps. And for me that person was Dawn Nickel. I was thrilled to interview Dawn and talk about women and the way we recover, from all things and in all ways. I hope you love this conversation as much as I did.
Betterhelp and SHE RECOVERS® Foundation join forces to Increase Access to Affordable Therapy for Women in or Seeking Recovery
SHE RECOVERS Foundation (SRF) and the global leader in online therapy service, BetterHelp.com, are now working together to increase access to affordable therapy for women in or seeking recovery. BetterHelp will open its network of licensed and accredited therapists to the SRF community at a discounted rate as well as make a charitable donation to SRF to support their programs and services.
SHE RECOVERS® Foundation launches new support spaces for LGBTQ+ communities
SHE RECOVERS® Foundation has created an SRF Support Group for the LGBTQ+ community. Striving to hold safer spaces for the LGBT+ community, the organization invites recovering queer women, transwomen, and non-binary individuals who identify with women’s communities, to connect and find healing through its private SRF Support Facebook Group launching Friday, June 18th and virtual SRF Support Gatherings held weekly on Sundays beginning on June 20th.
A perfect story for Mother’s Day in 2021
The story of SHE RECOVERS is indeed the perfect story for Mother’s Day. And it’s also a highly relevant story with a positive message for our time when we are facing a global mental health crisis caused by many factors. That is why more than 325,000 women are now coming together to connect, support and empower each other on SHE RECOVERS. And it is growing every day. Take a moment and see if you agree this makes a good story right now.
From sobriety to “Shark Tank”, cookie dough founder now makes sweet partnership with national recovery nonprofit
Today we announce a sweet partnership. Doughp®, an edible & bakeable cookie dough company, has selected SHE RECOVERS® Foundation to be the new beneficiary of #Doughp4Hope. Given the founder of Doughp’s personal journey to sobriety, SHE RECOVERS is a perfect match as a 501-(c)(3) organization whose mission is to provide life-saving resources and support to women in or seeking recovery.
Recovery Access Coalition Welcomes Two New Organizations - glowmedia project and SHE RECOVERS® Foundation
Today, the Recovery Access Coalition (RAC), a non-profit that aims to eliminate barriers to access for FDA compliant digital health devices for substance use disorders, announced the addition of two additional organizations – the glowmedia project and SHE RECOVERS® Foundation – during National Recovery Month. Both organizations support people battling addiction. The RAC advocates on behalf of FDA compliant digital therapies, including prescription digital therapeutics (PDTs), the potentially life-changing digital therapeutics authorized by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to treat substance use disorder, which may have a critical role to play for people in recovery.