Led by those who identify as having a lived-experience with mental illness and/or a substance use disorder.
Designed to provide opportunities for those utilizing mental health and recovery services to interact and participate with other community members who share a lived experience with a mental illness, as well as people who have mental health challenges, in a safe and empowering environment. The Imagine Network programs can be a single event, a series, or virtual! Each is staffed by CPS who are available to listen, talk, or simply answer questions.
Find more information at: ImagineNetworkMN
Our recovery truths...told LIVE!
STORY-SLAM STYLE. RECOVERY-FOCUSED. EVENTS FOR HUMANS.
Through stories, poetry, pictures and music, with humor and humility.
Available for school presentations, event speakers, conferences and more. More information at: Facebook.com/tiwiievents
Emotional growth taught through the art of comedy, taught by professional comedians with their own lived-experience with mental illness and substance use disorders. For kids and adults alike. Real. Funny. People.
Speakers from The Heart and Mind Connection mix touching, poignant and often humorous stories on a wide variety of topics - including personal struggles with mental illness, trauma, substance abuse, wellness practices and adversity. All are available to be formatted for any setting or audience, from keynotes, breakout sessions, company trainings and retreats, school assemblies, veterans groups and youth programs. Also available as a series. Reach out to discuss the possibility for your event.
*Course and program costs may be subsidized through Grants, scholarships, employers or insurance.
The Heart and Mind Connection is Minnesota's only Peer-run and veteran-led mental health and substance use recovery, advocacy and awareness 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Our mission is to develop connection, foster purpose and empower ourselves and others struggling with hope, through education, suicide prevention programming and legislative activism.
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The Steve Rummler HOPE Network (SRHN) is partnering with The Heart and Mind Connection (HAMC) to help improve community access to the life-saving overdose reversal medication, naloxone. As part of the initiative, HAMC will establish a Naloxone Access Point, or NAP, and will maintain and stock naloxone kits and act as a pickup point for individuals across Anoka County. In early 2021, they will also begin providing community overdose prevention training to groups and individuals. For more info, call Chris Shaw at 612-351-2080.