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We take an asset-based approach to help groups of people transform the pathway for a lifetime of wellness and recovery from addiction.

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Our Methodology for PreK-12, High School, Higher Education

We pursue initiatives aimed at transforming the pathway for a lifetime of wellness and recovery from addiction. We take an asset-based approach to teach groups of people to become active agents, rather than objects, of change. And we commit to a methodology that aims to build capacity for recovery paths in all corners of our nation—one community, one school, one student at a time.

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Navigating Institutional Politics

Navigating Institutional Politics

A how-to on navigating institutional politics isn’t typically included in the onboarding process for a new job, but it is a skill that can make or break your time at an institution. Particularly as you work to grow a collegiate recovery program, you will need the ability to navigate these sometimes-complicated waters in order to convince the right people to provide the support you will need to achieve institutionalization and sustainability. Although this guide is far from all-encompassing, it is the hope of TYR that through this toolkit, we can provide