Recovery Empowerment Network - Exciting News

REN Welcomes Its New CEO, Gaye Tolman

Gaye came to REN from Magellan where she was the Chief of Recovery and Resilience for seven years. She has been involved with peer services for almost thirteen years.  Prior to Magellan, she was the CEO of SOON (STAR).  In her personal life, she enjoys her children, grandchildren, and four great grandchildren.  Behavioral health has been her passion and she hopes to continue to provide services and advocacy to this very special population.

Opportunities, Activities, and Calendars

Give us a call at 602-248-0368 to sign up for an activity or to become a member.

What makes REN different?

Recovery Empowerment Network (REN) is a peer-run membership association for people with lived experience of psychiatric symptoms, substance abuse, or both. We are unique in our philosophy of helping people grow beyond boundaries. Give us a call at 602-248-0368 or click here to find the Empowerment Center nearest you.

Click Here for a Printable REN Referral Form

Announcing Supported Volunteering

Supported Volunteering Program is for those interested in skills development, increasing self-confidence, and giving back to the community. The Program matches members with a Volunteer Coach for a 12-week period of community volunteering. Watch for more information in the month of April. Email svp@renaz.org for more information.

Download a Program flyer by clicking here.

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Upcoming Events

Capture Your Creativity Day
April 14, 2014 - 7:30am - 3pm
REN Empowerment Campus

212 E. Osborn, Suite 100
Phoenix, AZ 85012
* must be a member to attend

Stand Up For Mental Health is now in Phoenix!!!

We’re partnered with Recovery Empowerment Network (REN) and available to do shows at your event. Led by award-winning counselor and stand up comic David Granirer, Stand Up For Mental Health teaches people with mental health issues to do stand up comedy about their mental health journeys as a way of building confidence and self-esteem.

Printable Flyer Booking: David david@standupformentalhealth.com  (604) 205-9242