Advocacy happens every day in our world. This month, City of Raleigh workers are setting a fantastic example of advocacy. I took a closer look at their strategy by comparing their actions to the self-advocacy steps that I teach in the SAY IT Program. The situation, as outlined in a news story about it, is...
This weekend, my daughter and I saw the Raleigh Little Theatre’s exuberant production of “Grace for President.” Afterward, actor TaMya Bland interviewed Wake County Commissioner Jessica Holmes about her leadership.
When I think of my work, I often think of Frida Kahlo. For me, her art inspires self-advocacy. Here are three reasons you may also feel inspired.
There is a new resource on the web for recovery language: Addiction-ary. This useful guide explains terms, identifies stigmatizing words, and provides de-stigmatizing alternatives.
People in recovery, their families, and the public are invited to attend events during National Recovery Month in September.