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Board of Advisors

Andre Scott, MSP 

 Able Vision , LLC

The collective is valuable because it is formed based on the desire to assist others which will lead to holistic growth for all involved. 

It connects the needs of the community directly to resources with the intent to empower as opposed to carry.

The multiple levels of support and various providers will ensure the person is able to feel heard, not just serviced. 

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Tammy Thompson

Circles Greater Pittsburgh 

I find the Wellness Collective valuable because staying connected to families and being aware of the needs and crises they endure is important to me. We’ve been looking for additional ways to directly support families in need and we believe collaborating with the Wellness Collective is a great way to do it.

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Alyssa Cypher, MPA

Inside Our Minds

As a community, thinking about how we can organize and support each other through mutual aid is vital. The Wellness Collective offers an amazing safety net to anyone who is going through a difficult time and could benefit from support, connection, and care.

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Martyia McCray

LRC Janitorial, LLC

Support services like The Wellness Collective helps to strengthen our communities.  Unfortunate life events are inevitable.  A helpful hand in these moments can help to keep the people of our communities from devastating life altering decisions, give kids a sense of security, and provide a foundation for people who feel their world is crashing in on them.

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Pierce Robinson

I think the collective is critical because it streamlines the process of providing help and resources to some of our neighbors in situations where time is of the essence.

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Sarah Cook

I believe in The Wellness Collective because the system is designed to keep folks down, financially.  The Wellness Collective is not going to expect a "good" credit score, or be a predatory lender.  It's folks helping other folks out when in need.

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Dana Bishop-Root

Braddock Carnegie Library Association 

The Wellness Collective organizes and coordinates the heart work of mutual aid, and our desire to support, protect and love each other. We all need. And we all have the capcity to give. Collectively, the power to meet each others needs is a life giving and sustaining practice of how we get through the days even when the fire is burning and the sorrow is an ocean. 

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