Doors To Wellbeing is the new National Consumer Technical Assistance Center (TAC) established by the Copeland Center for Wellness and Recovery with funding support from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). SAMHSA funds three National Consumer TACs, which are directed to focus on different regions and areas of expertise.  Doors to Wellbeing will collaborate with all National Consumer TACs to bring about the greatest advancements for consumer and peer-support led initiatives across the nation.  Doors To Wellbeing will support and expand The Copeland Center’s many years of offering webinars, resources, education, training and support to individual and consumer-run organizations.      

Doors to Wellbeing was developed to focus on engaging the assets, enthusiasm, and lived-experience of our nation’s youth and young adult consumers to help energize the consumer-led movement for recovery and wellness in the United States.  It is critically important to activate the dynamic potential of young people in order to prepare consumer-run organizations to address contemporary challenges.  

Doors to Wellbeing will serve peers across the lifespan while empowering and involving youth leaders within the continuum of local, state, regional, and national consumer-led organizations in order to revitalize and grow the grassroots self-help movement in the United States.  Doors to Wellbeing will be a connection point for the millions of Americans of all ages and from diverse cultural, ethnic, gender identity, generational, racial and sexual identity communities who are forging new pathways to living full and independent lives in the communities of their choice.  

Meet the team, here.

Our SAMHSA Assigned Regions 

Region 3


District of Columbia




West Virginia 


Region 7





Doors To Wellbeing

National Technical Assistance Center 

888-959-6118 x214

This was developed under grant number SM082653 from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.  The views, policies, and opinions expressed are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of SAMHSA or HHS.