Rincon Family Services:
The Living Room
Developed in 2019 by Rincon Family Services in Chicago, USA, The Living Room (TLR) is a non-clinical safe space providing respite and recovery support to people experiencing psychological crisis. The number of TLR guests increased to 1,000 by mid-2022 and the model has been adopted across the US state of Illinois.
This session is part of the Zero Project Conference 2023 (ZeroCon23) — organized by the Zero Project, and broadcast from the United Nations Office at Vienna, Austria. ZeroCon23 spans three days (February 22-24, 2023) and is centred around the theme of Independent Living, Political Participation and ICT. It's featuring Voter & Civic Education, Assistive Technology and insights from Deinstitutionalization to Early Childhood Intervention, Self-employment & Micro Finance to Self-representation, and much more.
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