Purpose, Philosophy, and Programs
That Zen Life Wellness Foundation, Inc. a 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation was founded in 2017, originally for the purpose of reaching out to the community to establish and maintain nonclinical whole health wellness, multiple pathways of recovery, while providing an intentional, accepting, nonjudgmental, calming and safe environment. Our focus is to promote whole health wellness and recovery through advocacy, peer recovery support, education, and service in a nonclinical environment. We plan to provide holistic support to the recovering person, coordinating and linking people to services, providing career advancement services and reaching out to the community to freely promote wellness and recovery for adults ages 18 and older. The organization is committed to putting a face on healthy well-living and on the journey of mental health recovery and addiction recovery. Initiating and continuing wellness education, building recovery capital and organizing the local recovery communities' ability to care and provide support, friendship with love and hope will remain key.
Our definition of wellness in a non-clinical setting
Increasing awareness of our needs and remaining connected with our bodies and our feelings. Learning the principles of self-nurturing and self-building such as:
Basic principles of self-care
Basic principles of self-healing
Remedial Interventions for the at-risk community
An evidence strength-based approach to Stress, Trauma, Mental Health & Addiction.
Our definition of Recovery and Peer Recovery Support
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. Peer Recovery Support
We believe all women can embrace who they are,
can define their future, and can change the world.
Our mission is to bring awareness and support to well mental health, illness prevention, and recovery for civilians, veterans and their spouses, single and/or grieving parents, RETURNING citizens, the LGBTQ community and those in RECOVERY of trauma, mental, drug or alcohol challenges.
Our vision is to see those in our community that are in need of our services, gain the self supportive capital that they deserve through Hope, Faith and Resiliency.
Meet Our Change Makers
PerCilla Zeno, CCHW
Founder & Exec. Dir. Volunteer
Claos Anderson, PRS
Treasurer & Volunteer
Priti Sahia, PhD.
Advisory Board & Volunteer
Simon Timm, M.A.
Mindfulness Ambassador & Volunteer