What we do
Peer to Peer Support, Trainings, Individual and Systems Advocacy, Free Alternative Healing, Employment Support
At the heart of the Wildflower Alliance’s work are peer-to-peer supports. This means coming together as regular people who have “been there” ourselves, and exploring whatever people are struggling with, side-by-side.
The Wildflower Alliance training team is available to share wisdom from our decades of experience in peer support, advocacy, and education.
We advocate alongside people seeking to have their needs met and rights respected by the systems they are involved with including housing, treatment, basic needs, and other supports, and stand firmly against the use of force, coercion, restraint, seclusion, and other forms of violence in “treatment” and “rehabilitation” settings.
The Wildflower Alliance makes yoga classes, art groups, acupuncture, and other practices that can be very healing but are not covered by health insurance available at our community.
The Wildflower Alliance partners with people to look for resources, explore and try out new ideas, and develop related skills. Sometimes these activities occur through more formal groups and workshops, and other times they happen through individual peer-to-peer support and connections made in community.