The TIMBo Collective is a collective of mind/body teachers, yogis, educators, mental health professionals, activists working through partnerships with local and global organizations to create transformation from the inside out. 

     We use TIMBo programs, education, training, and global service collaborations to empower women and heal individual and collective trauma in order to amplify grassroots change.

 

“TIMBo has been more useful for me than all of the trauma therapies that have been previously recommended to me by treatment providers, including the trauma “experts” at a [psychiatric hospital] women’s treatment program,where I have been a patient three times. They are heavy on DBT and CBT, which has some good points but overall did not work for me in terms of managing my complex PTSD symptoms and dissociative disorder. TIMBo helped me out of a deep depression, which helped me access my creativity and utilize other skills that have been helpful in my healing (art, etc.) The first step was connecting with my body and with others.”  — TIMBo Participant
 

TIMBo Program and Training Partners

N Street Village, Washington D.C.

N Street Village empowers homeless and low-income women in Washington, D.C. to claim their highest quality of life by offering a broad spectrum of services, housing, and advocacy in an atmosphere of dignity and respect. We help women achieve stability and make meaningful gains in their housing, income, employment, mental health, physical health, and addiction recovery.

Pine Street Women's Inn

The Women’s Inn is New England’s largest emergency shelter for women, providing a safe place to sleep for 120 women each night, as well as recovery programs, health care and housing. Counselors create an atmosphere of welcome and respect while providing critical services that help guests reclaim their lives. 

VA Boston Healthcare System

Available at the Brockton Campus is an inpatient psychiatric unit for women, and a residential rehabilitative unit for women suffering from both PTSD and substance abuse.  These units, in conjunction with the outpatient Women’s Health Center offer women Veterans a complete spectrum of healthcare services.

Both the Homeless Veterans program and the Women’s Program are regional referral centers for Veterans throughout New England. 

Mass Dept of Mental Health (Taunton State Hospital WRAP program)

The Women's Recovery from Addictions Program (WRAP) at Taunton State Hospital will feature 35 new beds for substance use treatment services to women civilly committed under section 35. This project involves renovations to two existing buildings at Taunton State Hospital and has a two phased approach

Soldier On

Soldier On is a private nonprofit organization committed to ending veteran homelessness. Since 1994, the organization has been providing homeless veterans with transitional housing and supportive services.

North Shore Recovery High School

NSRHS meets the diverse academic and recovery and mental health needs of students who have a diagnosed substance use disorder.  Staff at Northshore Recovery High School are committed to providing students and their families with the support necessary  so that students can complete their high school education and receive a diploma in an environment that supports the individual’s unique recovery needs.

Tewksbury State Hospital

Tewksbury Hospital provides services to individuals who are not able to receive services in other settings.  The average patient admitted has been denied placement by three (3) or more health care facilities because of behavioral issues and/or due to a high risk history which necessitates increased resources to provide a safe environment.

Lynn Shelter Association

Lynn Shelter Association has been taking care of people coping with homelessness on the North Shore since 1984. Our dedicated employees and volunteers offer high quality services and innovative solutions tailored to meet individuals where they are from street outreach to providing permanent, affordable housing.

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