As a worker-owned cooperative, we seek to challenge dominant models of care work through our horizontal business structure, which demands cooperation, collective decision making, and sharing of resources among all those who provide care labor. Collectively, we work towards healing and co-creating supportive, sustainable and life-affirming ways of relating to ourselves, our work, each other and our world. We also see personal transformation as a necessary part of collective liberation and seek to facilitate this for our clients and ourselves.
We facilitate healing spaces that draw on liberatory abolitionist traditions. We believe that an essential piece of supporting individuals, families and communities on their healing journey is identifying the oppressive systemic components of what has previously been understood as an individual and biological “mental health problem.” To this end, our providers offer affordable, LGTBQIA and culturally affirming services, as well as somatic practices, mindfulness coaching, organizational consulting, and facilitated workshops.