Average relapse rate: 80% within first month2

Seeker, Listener

Match people in peer-based therapy for shame elimination

Seeker, Listener

A safe place to heal + guided exposure to new communities & activities

Seeker, Listener

Personalized community & work transitions


  • after detox from active addiction


  • after a major life transition; like retirement, mental illness recovery, academic graduation, or targeted career development


  • as representatives for communities and businesses that promote healing through connection

Humans of all kinds can help each other


The world’s first online social network for healing & recovery that functions alongside a bridge program between traditional rehab programs and connection agents in the local community.

Healing Hubs

Co-housing projects that are self-sustaining, create microfinancing opportunities, and provide healing-focused housing for diverse populations who have similar needs for authentic connection experiences.

Program Features Include:

  • Peer-based therapy
  • Structured shame elimination
  • Individual CBT and/or EMDR therapy
  • Guided exposure to connection-enhancing activities
  • Regular attendance in activities of participant’s choice
  • Guided group sessions
  • Intentional, unstructured social gatherings
  • Data collection and reflection exercises


To fund web development for SeekConnection and empower 25 seekers break the relapse cycle by finding authentic connection in their local community through our first pilot program.


  1. Rachel Wurzman, Ph.D, Neuroscientist; Research Fellow at the University of Pennsylvania, 2016
  2. Smyth, B. P., Barry, J., Keenan, E. & Ducray, K. (2010). Lapse and relapse following inpatient treatment of opiate dependence. Irish Medical Journal. 103(6),176–179.