You don’t have to recover alone.

We believe in a world where all women in or seeking recovery are celebrated, supported, and deemed essential to healthy communities. We accomplish this by inspiring hope, reducing stigma and empowering women to increase their recovery capital, heal themselves, and help other women to do the same.

You don’t have to recover alone.

We believe in a world where all women in or seeking recovery are celebrated, supported, and deemed essential to healthy communities. We accomplish this by inspiring hope, reducing stigma and empowering women to increase their recovery capital, heal themselves, and help other women to do the same.

Online Programs

Online support and offerings to enhance your recovery experience and create lasting change.

Podcast

A collection of audio posts, interviews and recorded talks specially curated for our community.

Sharing Circles

Our coaches create supportive, non-judgmental spaces for women in or seeking recovery.

YOGA

Practice yoga online with Taryn Strong or take the Teacher Designation Program.

Coaching

Learn how to become a recovery coach or hire one of our coaches to support you in your recovery.

Retreats

Enjoy the self-care experience of a lifetime! Because you are worth it.

CONNECT • SUPPORT • EMPOWER

SHE RECOVERS Foundation is a global grassroots movement currently consisting of more than 325,000 women in or seeking recovery from substance use disorders, other behavioral health issues and/or life challenges. This lifeline organization connects women through its virtual platforms and in-person community networks, provides resources and supports women to develop their own holistic recovery patchworks, and empowers them to thrive and share their successes. All efforts are designed to end the stigma and shame of “being in recovery” so that more women can heal and grow. A focus on research enables the organization to establish a more robust evidence base related to the efficacy of non-traditional recovery pathways.

Together we can

MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN THE LIVES OF MANY

Make a donation to ensure all women seeking or in recovery from mental health issues and addiction have access to a lifeline of support. Help us continue to improve and expand our offerings empowering women to increase their recovery capital, heal themselves and help other women do the same.

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We are all recovering from something

Explore the many ways you can help inspire hope, reduce stigma and empower women who are seeking or who are in recovery.

We’re stronger together.

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The Ultimate Act of Self Care

The Ultimate Act of Self Care

Asking for help is the hardest rule to break. What I know now is that asking for help is not an act of weakness and selfishness; instead it is the ultimate act of selflessness and self-care. It is only by recognizing our own needs that we can truly see the needs of others.

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The Ideal Mother is a Terrible Parent

The Ideal Mother is a Terrible Parent

For years I saw parenting as a care taking business – a transaction. I was supposed to keep the children safe. They were supposed to provide me with my life’s purpose. And this was all part of a rinse and repeat cycle, going back generations.

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The Undoing

The Undoing

I’ve come to know and believe that each of us has a soul message that only we can share, and if we don’t discover this message, the world misses out on a beautiful offering.

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When Your Mother Dies

When Your Mother Dies

If your mama has passed away in the more recent past, I want you to know that I am very, very sorry.  I remember some of what you are feeling, and most of what you are trying not to feel.

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Three Doors. It’s Your Choice.

Three Doors. It’s Your Choice.

Show me a woman in her late 30s/40s, whose life partnership is at least a decade old and whose kid(s) is out of diapers, and I’ll show you a woman who is about to say, “Wait. What?” to her life.

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Our True Power: The Tool That Saves Us and Our Families

Our True Power: The Tool That Saves Us and Our Families

All things being equal, I would choose weapons of war over tools of recovery. Every time. But my weapons of war (my will, my way, my vision) created unintended carnage. Eventually, after years of lobbing bombs to make things “right,” I could no longer ignore the barren landscape I was living in.

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