Membership to the Buddhist Recovery Network
Become a Member
Becoming a Member demonstrates your commitment to support the Buddhist Recovery Network. Establishing a membership base and building a community of supporters is vital for the Buddhist Recovery Network to flourish, and in turn to strongly promote the values and approaches it stands for within the wider community.
Charter Members, both individual and organizational, may retain the title of Charter Member to recognize their early commitment and involvement with the Buddhist Recovery Network. However, Charter Members will renew within the “new” membership categories and fees. For example, individual Charter Members will simply renew as Individual Members, etc.
The Membership structure is as follows:
For institutions and organizations who are directly providing addictions treatment or research, or academic training in Buddhist Studies, Buddhist Psychology, or the like and would like to support the work of the BRN. Benefits include listing of organizaitonal members in BRN conference materials, newsletters, and website; acceptance of articles for the newsletter and other publications; discounts for staff to conferences; access to marketing space at conferences (for an additional fee).
The fee is US$200 per year. Applicants will be reviewed for appropriateness and fit with BRN’s mission.
For individual treatment providers who offer mindfulness-based treatment to addicted and other patients/clients. Benefits include listings on the BRN website and member lists, submission of articles, as well as advertising (for an additional fee) in newsletters and on the website. Applicants are subject to review for appropriateness and fit with BRN’s mission.
The fee is US$100 per year.
For those who want to support the work of the BRN and receive the benefits of participation on committees, discounts at conferences, newsletters, and other news/events in their areas or nationally.
The fee is US$50 per year for Regular Member, US$25 for Student.
View a list of the Network’s Professional and Organizational Members.
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