The Yale Program for Recovery and Community Health

The Yale Program for Recovery and Community Health, located at Erector Square in New Haven, CT, does collaborative research, evaluation, education, training, policy development, and consultation. We work to transform behavioral health programs, agencies, and systems to be culturally responsive and re-oriented to facilitating the recovery and social inclusion of the individuals, families, and communities they serve.

We seek to promote the recovery, self-determination, and inclusion of people experiencing psychiatric disability, addiction, and discrimination through focusing on their strengths and the valuable contributions they have to make to their communities.

Yale University Transformational Change Training Initiative (TCTI)

Yale University Transformational Change Training Initiative (TCTI) is seeking People with Lived Expertise of mental health and recovery for a pilot cohort of an innovative online leadership curriculum.

  • Are you an (emerging) Leader with lived expertise of mental health experiences making positive changes in your community and interested in transformational social change?
  • Would you like to learn and share new knowledge and skills and to make these efforts even more effective?

Click here to fill out the application, or read more about the program