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Should You Become an Advocate?


Guidelines on becoming an advocate‮

If you have the desire to help yourself and others in recovery, and are willing to commit to learning skills that will enable you do that, you may want to become an AU Advocate. Graduate advocates of AU's Advocacy Education Program share the skills they have acquired with other consumers and encourage them to pursue independent lives with the individual support systems they need. They have a strong commitment to the growth of the consumer movement in Connecticut, advocating for system and individual changes in the mental health and addictions service and recovery systems.

Some core beliefs and values of the AU Advocates:

Advocates never‮

Also see Principles of Advocacy. To learn how to become an AU Advocate, see Advocacy Education Program.

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