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Learn more about our innovative work to improve the lives of marginalized and vulnerable people. We address housing and homelessness, trauma, and behavioral health and recovery. For more information, contact Christina Murphy.

10 Years of Impact

110,000 People Trained
In 2017, C4 is celebrating our 10 year anniversary! Learn more.

Online Game for Young People Experiencing First Episode Psychosis

Recovery Housing: A Moment in Time

Read a t3 Threads blog post by C4’s Laura Winn on recovery housing.

One might imagine a house, filled with people supporting you, relating to your challenges and sharing in your successes–where you can come home without fear of running into your drug of choice. Where perhaps employment, education, and legal support is available. Where you know you’re accountable to your neighbor. This sounds very much like recovery housing.

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History of Housing Segregation

Learn more about the SPARC project: Supporting Partnerships for Anti-Racist Communities.

Racism, Homelessness & Social Justice: C4’s Jeff Olivet

Racism Homelessness Social JusticeLearn more about the SPARC project: Supporting Partnerships for Anti-Racist Communities.

Research Digest: Behavioral Health & Recovery

Read about recovery housing and peer delivered recovery support services for addictions in publications by C4 staff.Learn more about C4’s work to support wellness and recovery.

People with History of Homelessness Encouraged to Apply

Learn more about C4’s work to end homelessness.

Addiction is a Chronic Disease

Read t3 Threads blog post by C4’s Justine Hanson on understanding addiction as a chronic disease.

Addiction is a chronic disease. When are we going to start treating people with substance use disorders with compassion and empathy and effective wraparound treatment and recovery support, as we treat people with cancer? As a society, our beliefs about people struggling with addiction are medieval, based on damaging myths, folk tales, and misinformation. These cruel judgments only perpetuate the damage to our society and families, as we shame, blame, and dismiss people who are struggling with a chronic disease. The mothers of Magnolia New Beginnings are heroes. Will it take all of us losing a loved one to a substance use disorder before we change our ways and invest in effective prevention and recovery support programs?

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Addressing the Opioid Epidemic

Marc Dones Recovery Month

Learn how Project Amp is Preventing Alcohol & Drug Use Among Young People

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