CENTERING VOICES FROM OUR COMMUNITY

Beyond the services we provide to clients, we actively contribute to building bridges of equity and inclusion in the community. We invest in inspiring and engaging others as a part of us fulfilling our mission as an organization. Here are voices of people touched by the spirit of our work.

 

GIVING BACK AND ENGAGING IN THE COMMUNITY

 

OUR VALUED PARTNERS

Calibrated Lens, LLC has worked with some of the best clients across the country. We have supported them in telling their stories, solving problems and transforming their teams & organizations. We work together with our clients, facilitating honest and transparent collaborations to gain a complete understanding of their vision and needs. A sampling of our partners that we maintain on going relationships with beyond project end dates can be found below.

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UNITED WAY OF WASHTENAW COUNTY

UWWC serves a county of 358,000 and focuses specifically on issues related to poverty and inequity, two factors that systemically marginalizes some of our neighborhoods. Building on a 99-year history, UWWC CONNECTs people, resources, and organizations TOGETHER to create a thriving community for EVERYONE.

COFFEE HOUR CHICAGO

Coffee Hour is an opportunity for Mental Health/Helping Profession Professionals of color to fellowship and discuss their experiences within the field. It's a counter-space that focuses on the needs of those that don't otherwise have the safety to openly discuss issues concerning their professional and personal development as it relates to their culture/ethnicity.

CHANGING PERSPECTIVES

Changing Perspectives is a multidisciplinary behavioral health care practice centered on the treatment of mental health concerns, diagnostics, and psychological preventative health care services from a multicultural perspective. Our mission is to help our clients become a better version of themselves through empathy, understanding, and holistic mental health care.

 

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