The WTR Network team has compiled an extensive and inspiring searchable WTR Resource Library. We’re excited to share it with you and wish it could have been finished before the launch of the website. But it needs a bit more work before it’s ready to share. We’ll send announcements through our newsletter and social media accounts when it’s ready. Please stay tuned.
Please note: The library below is not yet live. It’s just a sneak peek into how the new Resource Library will look and be organized.
Many of these resources have been submitted by Facilitator Members who have kindly shared their work here, for the benefit of all.
A team of volunteers and paid staff review the resources for edits, accuracy and alignment with the Work That Reconnects Network vision, mission and values before they are posted. We make every effort to ensure resources are inclusive and appropriate.
A few of the original practices from Coming Back to Life have been intentionally omitted, as they reflected a colonizer or privileged frame of reference. Some other practices have been revised (as indicated in the descriptions) and some new ones have been added. Feedback on the practices posted here is welcome. If you see anything missing or have suggestions or edits for any of the resources, please contact us.
Most of the resources in this library are in English. We welcome resources in other languages and plan to translate many of the resources here, as we are able. If you want to volunteer to support this translation project, please contact us.
Submit a Resource
Facilitator Members of the WTR Network are invited to submit WTR-related resources to be included in this library.