HELPING TO: SAVE LIVES ... INFLUENCE PUBLIC PERCEPTION OF ADDICTION ... PROMOTE HEALTHCARE AND DRUG POLICY REFORM
Addiction Starts Here
This Could Be Your Daughter
Stripped of Her Dignity
IT ENDS HERE
SHE is DYING ALONE
ENSō is a Zen symbol of the absolute, the true nature of existence, the duality within life and the imperfection of all things. It is a symbol that combines the visible and the hidden, the simple and the profound, the empty and the full. The very imperfections and contours of the ensō, which must be painted by human hand rather than constructed as a mathematically correct circle, make the ensō a manifestation of perfection. It is perfect just as it is, even in all its imperfection. Ensō suggests to the student to stop striving for perfection and allow the universe to be as it is. Abandon the idea that there is a one size fits all path that ends at some specific point, place or time. When you believe that you have arrived at some final destination on your path, ensō reminds you to start again exactly at the point where you are now and to embrace and enjoy your unique experiences on life’s journey.
WELCOME TO THE CHOOPERS FOUNDATION
The Chooper’s Foundation is the not for profit side of Chooper’s Guide, a comprehensive addiction treatment and information resource. Founded by Timothy Cheney and Adrian S. Hooper, Jr. in 2015, our primary objectives are to elevate awareness of addiction as a disease, promote social justice, influence drug policy and to educate providers and the public.
The Chooper’s Foundation provides financial assistance to harm reduction and recovery community initiatives and focuses on innovative projects and programs that address the needs of the underserved.
We support massive drug policy reform that focuses on demand reduction rather than supply reduction.
We Support the Philosophy and practices of Harm Reduction and provide financial assistance to not for profit community based programs.
We are Active at National, State and Local Levels and encourage being visible and vocal about recovery.
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