Fireweed Collective

2022 Offerings

Food, Access Intimacy, and Community Care. Click here to register Presented by Lydia X. Z. Brown May 24th 4-6 PM PST / 7-9 PM EST Sick, mad, neurodivergent, and disabled people often struggle with food. Making good, safe food can be difficult or impossible with limited time, spoons, space, money, and knowledge. Many in our … Continued

Winter 2022 Workshops

Anti-Oppressive Mental Health 101 Join Fireweed Collective for an overview of the foundations of the mental health system and the Disability Justice and Healing Justice movements. We will take a look at the histories and core beliefs of each approach, and how they manifest in the delivery and outcomes of mental health care. *Open Workshop – … Continued

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The Ever-Bending Truth: Creative Writing for the Creatively Wired A webinar with Jacks McNamara for writers with divergent mental health. Click Here To Register Using prompts, free-writes, the magnificent muck of our lives, and the full wing-span of our imaginations, we will generate new work that finds language for the turbulence of our lives. Together, … Continued

Hatraiser End Of Year Bash

Buy A Ticket, Get A Free Hat! Your purchase supports a QTBIPOC artisan and helps Fireweed Collective offer free-of-cost support groups to QTBIPOC folks. Attendance is not required to claim your hat. Click here to purchase a ticket. All hats are made by Silk Crafts And Foods. Visit our Instagram to check out more photos … Continued

Hatraiser

This Hatraiser is an equitable partnership collaboration between Kinu and Fireweed Collective. All hats are $40 and the price includes shipping. 50% of the proceeds go to Fireweed Collective. Your purchase supports a QTBIPOC artisan and helps Fireweed Collective offer free-of-cost support groups to QTBIPOC folks. Click here to order your hat! Slouchy Red Panda … Continued

Coming Off Psych Meds: A Harm Reduction Approach With Will Hall

May 30 at 7 PM EST Learn practical tools for exploring reducing and withdrawing from psychiatric medications, including lithium, antipsychotics, benzodiazepines, and SSRIs. Focus on minimizing risk and finding ways to live with madness and extreme states by navigating a labyrinth of support, wellness, dosage, and alternatives. A harm reduction approach is not pro- or … Continued