The Happier Life Project
Hemet, California 92545
Mission and Vision Statement:
It is our mission to provide community support for individuals and families impacted by
substance use disorders and mental health challenges through advocacy, and peer-based
recovery support services with the intent to normalize recovery. We envision a world in which all pathways to recovery are accepted, celebrated, and supported by all.
The Happier Life Project is a Recovery Community Organization that shifts perspective, reduces
stigma, and provides hope around recovery. Our foundation of peer-to-peer relationships lets us
meet people on their chosen pathway of healing and support them in discovering the answers to
their wellness. Combining evidence-based practices with a holistic approach, we connect our
peers to a reliable network of services and share our lived experience that recovery is possible and everyone can achieve a happier life.
Our peer support services include individual peer support, family support, CRAFT, All Recovery
Meetings, Group Peer Support, Warrior Down for Native American Peers, and more. Our peer
support services are bilingual, offered in both English and Spanish. We also offer re-entry and
reintegration resources, workforce development resources, and life skills development
resources to previously justice-involved individuals. The Happier Life Project also engages in outreach, advocacy, education, and harm reduction
activities including the distribution of Narcan and training.
The Happier Life Project can be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org and by phone at 888-638-THLP