Fireweed Collective

Our Framework

Healing Justice (HJ) is a framework rooted in racial justice, disability justice, and economic justice. Healing Justice provides us with tools we can use to interrupt the systems of oppression that impact our mental health. Fireweed Collective uses HJ as a guide to help redefine what medicine is, and increase who has access to it. … Continued

Workshops and Trainings

Want to bring Fireweed Collective to your campus, organization, or community to talk about mental health and healing justice? All 2020 workshops are delivered online only. Fireweed Collective learning spaces are places to listen and be heard; to grow and to connect. Our offerings build on the legacy of The Icarus Project while expanding our … Continued

Online Peer Support

Fireweed Collective offers an online haven that respects self-determination, informed choice, and the exploration and acceptance of different ways being in the world. We understand that a lot of emotional distress is the result of legacies of abuse and experiences of oppression. We foster communities that sit at the intersection of mental health and social … Continued

Contact Us

Please contact us at Note: We are unable to provide medical advice or professional care referrals. To connect with peers, see information about our online peer support. You can also see information about finding care in our Crisis Toolkit.

Our History

New Blooms, New Cycle, New Story – Hey Fireweed Collective! Fireweed Collective is born out of The Icarus Project. Leaving The Icarus Project behind is not just a name change – it is a transformation and a birth announcement. Through Fireweed, we’re committed to working at the intersections of mental health, healing justice and social … Continued

Mission and Vision

Mission Fireweed Collective offers mental health education and mutual aid through a Healing Justice lens. We help support the emotional wellness of all people, and center the needs of those most marginalized by our society. Our work seeks to disrupt the harm of systems of abuse and oppression, often reproduced by the mental health system.  … Continued