Our Mission:

The Campbell Center is a recovery consumer education and advocacy group for individuals living with mental health and substance abuse/addiction issues. We seek social change on an individual level by supporting wellness and recovery, training in leadership and micro-enterprise, and fostering community engagement. 

 Who We Serve:

  • Individuals living with mental, emotional, and psychiatric disabilities
  • Individuals living with substance abuse/addictions
  • Individuals living with co-occurring disabilities such as Developmental/Intellectual and Autism, Aspergers and physical disabilities 
  • Low-income and homeless individuals
  • Latino/a, LGBTQI2S, and other disenfranchised communities 
  • Young adults 18-30 and adults
     

About Us:

The Campbell Center is a recovery consumer education and advocacy group for individuals living with mental health and substance abuse/addictions challenges. 

Through our NC Leadership & Training Academy, DC Recovery Network Project and the DC based Leadership & Training Academy, participants can engage in creative arts and social activities while building skills in self advocacy, employment, leadership, and technology. 

Wellness and recovery are non-linear processes. Even during challenging times, healing can happen. We all deserve the right to excel, encounter setbacks, and achieve at our own pace. What matters most is how we react to achievements and setbacks. At The Campbell Center, we sustain individuals in a safe environment as they uncover their potential, develop employment skills, and experience the social, recreational, political, educational, and cultural benefits of community life.   All of our programs are community based, we come to you by live google hangouts, webinars, trainings and workshops.


Contact us here

~ Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.~ 

"Our goal is to create a beloved

community and

this will require a qualitative

change in our souls

as well as a quantitative

change in our lives."

 

 ~R.D. Laing~

"It is incorrect to view

 mental patients as

 inferior and their perceptions/beliefs

 as unreal, invalid, false or perverse."

Join Us

Whether you are a lifetime advocate or new to our cause, we invite you to join us. We welcome  ideas and value enthusiasm from members and volunteers, both new and old.

 The Campbell Center 

Mailing address: 611 Pennsylvania Ave. SE * Suite 133 Washington, DC, 20003 
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 (202) 684 - 7015