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  • Percilla Z.

Giving Back to the Neighborhood

Updated: Aug 3, 2022

That Zen Life Wellness Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to growing hope & resiliency through whole health promotion, prevention, recovery, and workforce development training.

That Zen Life Wellness Foundation, Inc. a 501(c)3 nonprofit founded in 2017, for the purpose of reaching out to the community to establish and maintain nonclinical whole health wellness, multiple pathways of recovery. (

Purpose, Philosophy, and Programs

Our focus is to promote Whole Health Wellness and Recovery through advocacy, peer recovery support, education, and service in a non-clinical environment. We provide wholistic support, coordinating and linking people to services, providing Workforce Development and Career Advancement services for Highschoolers and adults ages 18 and older.

Our programs are committed to putting a face to healthy well-living, while on the journey of recovery from Trauma, Re-Entry, Poor Mental Health and Substance Use. We help build recovery capital, offer remedial Interventions for the at-risk community and restorative practices through Education, Training and Peer Recovery Support.

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, while learning the principles of self-nurturing and self-building such as:

  • Basic principles of self-care

  • Basic principles of self-healing

  • An evidence strength-based approach and practice to Stress, Trauma, Poor Mental Health & Substance Use.

  • Nutrition education

​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.

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 use. Their personal experience of these challenges provides peer support specialists with expertise that professional training cannot replicate.

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