The Shame Shifters Campaign ~ “Be a Voice Not an Echo” is our roadmap and movement empowering the conversation of proactive complex trauma prevention. It raises awareness about mental health, Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs), and the legacy of trauma.
We welcome individuals and organizations to become Shame Shifters by joining our movement proudly fighting for a trauma free world. We rely on our Shame Shifters to help us create ripple effects of hope and healing in our communities and strengthen their potential for equality, justice, and inclusion.
Become a Shame Shifter
A Shame Shifter is an individual, business, organization, institution, network or community, that works with Rituals for Recovery to be proactive in prevention, acting and facilitating the conversation on complex trauma. We work with our Shame Shifters to break the silence on the legacy of trauma in their communities. Our mutually beneﬁcial partnerships bring outreach, engagement, education, and important programming into a continuum of workplaces and communities.
Our Support Goals
In partnership with organizations, individuals, families, and 1000 community leaders, the campaign aims to raise $100K annually to change and empower 1 million lives with a better quality of life. With our partnership goals we are working hard to provide transitional housing, shelter and services for those who need them.
Join our Shame Shifters Movement and help us raise $100K!
As a Shame Shifter, there are several ways you can help us combat trauma and support the healing of those who have suffered from it. Become a member and participate in one of our many projects that bring attention to the impact of trauma and rebuilding communities against its reoccurrence. You could also contribute to the trauma relief fund or give hope to others by sharing your story of how you recovered from trauma.
Join Us! Become a Shame Shifter
Join us as an individual, business, or organization member! Support our fundraisers, programs and campaigns to engage, equip and empower survivors
Share Your Trauma Recovery Story
Join our Rebuilding Communities Project by letting others know that healing is possible. Share your story of how you recovered or are recovering from trauma