That Zen Life Wellness Foundation
That Zen Life Wellness Foundation, Inc. is not just any non-profit organization. It is a beacon of hope and a source of strength for those who are on their path toward recovery. Established in 2017, our foundation has been dedicated to fostering a sense of community and providing resources that promote whole health wellness.
Purpose, Philosophy, and Programs
We champion Comprehensive Wellness and Recovery. We promote holistic mental health and recovery support in a non-clinical setting. That Zen Life is dedicated to offering a peer-driven program for adults, ages 18 and older. Our mental health and recovery support services are provided to the insured and uninsured. In collaboration with Zeno Wellness Group, we offer a coordinated network of community-based services and support. We offer peer recovery support services, individual, and/or group sessions and stress and anger management training. That Zen Life offers educational training on mental health and substance use disorders. Furthermore, we provide 72-hour training in becoming a peer recovery specialist.
That Zen Life practices a trauma informed approach to include:
- the realization of the widespread impact of trauma and to understand the potential paths for recovery
- the recognition of signs and symptoms of trauma in clients
- actively seeking to resist re-traumatization
Our trauma-informed approach adheres to the following principles:
Trustworthiness and Transparency
Collaboration and Mutuality
Humility and Responsiveness
Our programs are committed to putting a face to healthy well-living, while on the journey of recovery from Trauma, Re-Entry programs, Poor Mental Health, and Substance Use disorders.
We help build recovery communities and restorative practices through Education, Training, and Peer driven programs.
What is the definition of Wellness in a Non-Clinical Setting?
Our definition of wellness in a non-clinical setting is:
Increasing awareness of needs and remaining connected with the body and feelings, such as:
Basic principles of self-care
Basic principles of supporting client engagement and care coordination
What is the definition of Recovery and Peer Recovery Support?
Our definition of Recovery
Recovery is a process of change through which individuals improve their health and wellness, live a self-directed life, and strive to reach their full potential, in community and family life.
Our definition of Peer Recovery Support Specialist
A Peer Recovery Support Specialist is a person with "lived experience" who has been trained to support those who struggle with mental health, psychological trauma, or substance disorders. Their personal experience of these challenges provides peer support specialists with expertise that professional training cannot replicate.
In Honor of ...
David L. Rudolph, Jr.
1988 - 2011
We believe all women can embrace who they are,
can define their future, and can change the world.
Driven by personal experience and professional expertise, our mission is to ensure that every individual connected to the community has access to comprehensive and compassionate care, allowing them to lead fulfilling lives and ensuring their mental health or substance recovery journey.
is maintained through holistic health promotion, prevention, recovery, and workforce developmental training.
To foster a world where the mental well-being of our community is prioritized, understood, and supported. We envision a future where every 20-minute statistic is replaced with stories of resilience, hope, and recovery; a world where the silent struggles of even our military heroes and their families find voice, validation, and victory.