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The Wildflower Alliance is currently hiring for the following positions: Cross Disability Communities connector with the Wild Ivy Social Justice Network (20 hours per week with potential for more for the right candidate)Pittsfield Community Coordinator (25 hours)Bowen Community Coordinator (30 hours)Pittsfield Advocate (20 hours)Bowen Advocates (15 to 25 hours) Please continue reading for the details…
An Open Letter to Domenic Sarno, Mayor of Springfield, and Cheryl Clapprood, Springfield Police Commissioner
An open letter to Mayor Domenic Sarno and Police Commissioner Cheryl Clapprood re: the Shooting Death of Orlando Taylor on January 9, 2022
An Ongoing Trend: Peer Supporters Left Out of Conversations on Peer Support Conversations on Peer Support
There is a growing trend in Massachusetts: Meetings and committees forming to regulate peer support roles where people who have substantive experience working in peer roles are either dramatically under represented or not represented at all. It’s not so much that it’s new that people who have no psychiatric history, and no peer support experience…
The Wild Ivy Social Justice Network seeks to increase collective power for marginalized people.
The Wildflower Alliance advocates broadly for the transformation of systems to increase choice, voice, power, and respect of human rights.
This work also occurs on an individual level, by attending appointments, filling out paperwork, and strategizing alongside members of our community