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JUNE 22, 2023

Calling all BIPOC lead nonprofits, contractors, consultants & housing industry leaders for a conversation regarding developing housing and generational wealth for and with our community.

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We're Hiring!!!!

Position Title: Recovery Navigator

Take action to help others on their journey to build a healthy life in recovery from substance use disorders.

 Divine Konnections Inc is looking for people to give their time and talent to offer peer support to help people in their recovery journey.

As a part of Recovery Corps, you’ll offer support to help people achieve their personal recovery goals in areas including housing, employment, and education. Recovery Navigators are peers who sit side by side with the people they are serving. Individuals who have lived experience with building a life in recovery are encouraged to apply.

Recovery Navigators serve full-time (40 hours per week) or part-time (25 hours per week), and this is a great opportunity for anyone looking to give back or gain professional experience in recovery. There are opportunities to begin service in August, October or January.

Perks as a Member

  • Receive a stipend every two weeks

  • Earn up to $6,895 for tuition or student loans.

  • Free health insurance and childcare assistance for those who qualify

Apply online today to begin serving in August. The deadline to apply is August 9. Job Listings at Ampact ( more at Questions can be sent to or call 866.859.2825.

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Please join us for our first annual fundraiser for Annie's House. It will be an evening full of great food and music.

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Now Open In Duluth, MN

We are so excited to announce that Annie's House of R & R  a housing program for homeless BIPOC mothers aged is now open! Our program will have three phases but the ultimate goal is to take  women from homeless to homeowners!  Stay tuned for more details soon!

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