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Your donation will help us to continue providing…
- Our advanced Recovery University Program, the only state authorized program to certify individuals as meeting the requirements for Certification as Recovery Support Specialist;
- AU's long-standing Advocacy Education Course for people with or in recovery from mental health and/or addiction issues that teaches them to advocate for themselves and ,in turn, help others to advocate for themselves;
- The Young Adult “Super Advocate” Program, an initiative where young adults age 18 to 25 with mental illness and/or addiction issues learn how to recover or further their recovery, sustain their recovery, and go on to provide peer support and hope to other young adults with mental health and/or addiction issues;
- Join Rise Be, a peer-run, grassroots, recovery initiative that is dedicated to making the opportunity of recovery available to all young people;
- AU's Toivo, a unique and powerful holistic wellness initiative;
- Our Online Self-Study Courses, open to all visitors and offered at no cost;
- A vast array of Resources available to anyone needing them.
Advocacy Unlimited helps people recover
and/or strengthen their recovery!
Won't you please consider helping?
Your financial support will greatly help us and the individuals we help. Your donations, large or small, will allow us to continue providing our recovery and advocacy education programs, continue offering our support services to people who might otherwise never get that support, and continue to help make recovery happen for many others.
Any amount you donate can help and will be greatly appreciated! You will be making a big difference in someone's life!
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Donations to Advocacy Unlimited, Inc., are tax deductible. Advocacy Unlimited is a nonprofit organization under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
Advocacy Unlimited, Inc. is a nonprofit organization that helps countless people with or in recovery from mental health and/or addiction issues and their families. Our primary focus is to help people recover and/or strengthen their recovery, enabling them to re-integrate into the community, obtain jobs, and achieve their independence. Everyone should be treated equally, regardless of age, race, gender, or disability and we advocate strongly for their human rights. With the appropriate knowledge, skills, and training, our advocates and graduates play a central role in shaping the services and policies that affect their lives and the lives of others with mental health and/or addiction issues.
We accomplish our mission through comprehensive recovery and advocacy education and training programs, including the Recovery University Certification Program, our long-standing Advocacy Education Course, and the Young Adult Initiatives, as well as our stand against discrimination and our strong advocacy for the rights of individuals with mental health or and/or addiction issues.
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