Our destination is

zero stigma

Join us as we bus down stigma all over the country in 2019.

Wide Wonder is a grassroots movement that aims to inspire and be inspired through community, connections, and a conversation that focuses on changing attitudes, and language, with regard to people who struggle with mental illness and/or use drugs. 

Wide Wonder is ZERO stigma! 

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365 DAYS. 30+EVENTS. INFINITE CONNECTIONS. #GETONTHEBUS.

We are coming to a city near you!

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SKOOLIE CONVERSION

A photo album of our school bus renovation progress. We are repurposing something that was once responsible for safely carrying children to a place of learning. Updated often, follow along as we transform The Beast to a mobile home of hope and the traveling epicenter of #busingdownstigma

PODCAST

GET ON THE BUS

Tim Harrington sits down with thought leaders, change makers, and rabble rousers to expand the conversations on addiction and recovery. “Get on the Bus” is a podcast dedicated to new thought and courageous exploration. 

BLOG

BREAKING THROUGH

Robyn Cruze’s blog documents her journey across the Wide Wonder landscape—without and within. A celebrated author, Robyn’s insightful, vulnerable, and arresting observations help people break through to new awakenings that have the power to transform their lives.

 
Click here to take the Wide Wonder Zero Stigma Pledge

Click here to take the Wide Wonder Zero Stigma Pledge

 
 

Internationally-recognized author, Robyn Cruze, is a sought-after keynote speaker, educating on mental wellness, substance abuse and eating disorders.

Timothy Harrington is a loud and persistent voice in the field of mental health, addiction treatment and recovery, as well as an active participant in the movement to reduce social stigma.

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NAMI

approximately 1 in 25 adults in the U.S. (9.8 million), experience menTal illness in a given year that interferes with or limits one or more major life activities

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National Alliance on Mental Illness / Read Full Article