To dispel fear and enhance the love of self and others through the vehicle of education for the recovering person and community; embracing the philosophy, “If it’s to be, it is up to me”. TEECH believes recovery is comprised of countless pathways that contribute to a healthy quality of life for those who are seeking long-term recovery.
TEECH goals are to (1) Create an environment that encourages and cultivates recovery for individuals with substance use issues. (2) Develop a supportive environment that allows for effective collaboration within the recovery community. (3) Implement effective communication that will promote sustainability, prevention, and early intervention in order to support their recovery.
Transforming, Educating and Empowering Children and Humanity (TEECH) Foundation was founded in 2002 and we are a holistic 501c3 not-for-profit organization. We are a substance use prevention and recovery (SUPR) provider, Far Southside Recovery Oriented Systems of Care (ROSC) provider and member of the United Mental Health and Recovery Coalition (RCO). We provide peer-driven and peer-led recovery support services (RSS) to individuals who are seeking assistance with substance use and mental health. We aim to make a difference in people's lives by increasing public awareness of substance use and mental health services.
We are committed to assisting an individual's walk through many pathways by using their voices to address stigmas attached to addiction. TEECH believes long-term recovery from substance use disorders is dependent upon the delivery of services that are not only responsive to individuals use of alcohol and other substances but also co-occurring trauma effects, mental health issues, physical health problems, and ongoing recovery-related concerns.
TEECH offers evidenced-based holistic services that strive to assist individuals in eliminating relapse and maintaining their recovery. We provide empathy to build congruence with the individuals that we serve. Our only requirement is a desire to make a change.
TEECH is now a Faces and Voices of Recovery Organizational Affiliate
Assisting with Developing Recovery Community Organizations (RCO's) in Communities