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In 2021, the Recovery Advocate Network (RAN) was founded to address the staggering and alarming disparity in resource availability for individuals suffering from mental health disorders, processing disorders, substance abuse, trauma healing and sexual identity challenges. It is not just people with mental health disorders who benefit from the impact of RAN’s services, but rather, the entire community through the productive contributions of RAN’s beneficiaries.
Much of mainstream society still harbors antiquated perceptions of what exactly it means to be diagnosed with a mental health disorder or have trauma, process disorders, substance abuse or sexual identity challenges. Outdated notions create four barriers to inclusion: discomfort, stigma, pity and fear. RAN embraces ‘inclusion’ as a core value and endeavors to serve as a bridge of understanding between mainstream society and the community challenged with mental health disorders, while seeking to remove financial barriers to treatment.


  • Coffee & Conversation: Alcohol Use Disorder
    Feb 22, 8:00 AM – 9:10 AM EST
    Virtual Seminar
  • Fundraising Auction April 2023
    Thu, Apr 20
    Online Fundraising Auction - April 2023
    Apr 20, 12:00 PM – Apr 22, 9:00 PM
    Online Fundraising Auction - April 2023
    RAN was created in 2021 to establish a platform to provide financial assistance for treatment to those in society suffering from mental health disorders. We rely on fundraisers and donations to make this a reality. We are currently accepting donations of auction items!


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RAN hosts quarterly Coffee & Conversation (C&C) chats where individuals share their experiences on various topics. You can view previous events on RAN's YouTube channel.
If you would like to participate as a guest on a future C&C event or share your story on our blog, please email us at

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