Matt Conway | Who We Are | TJ Murphy


RecoverYdia is a fiscally sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a non-profit arts service organization.  We are focused on the recovery and mental health field. Our primary goal is to create meaningful human connections through digital media and events.  Our purpose is to produce messaging that inspires individuals to connect and interact with their communities in a meaningful way. 

We believe that the opposite of addiction, depression, and suicidal ideation is connection, and our philosophy is that a community bound together creates the connections for those who are suffering to achieve their unmet human needs.

Society is suffering from a behavioral health crisis, leading to suicide, addiction, and mental health disorders. These issues are systemic, and at their core is the underlying condition of disconnection. Recovery narratives are proven to have therapeutic value, and our work is intended to awaken people to the importance of rebuilding meaningful connections in their lives.

Our organizational values include:

• Honesty • Integrity • Humility • Rationality • Empathy • Listening • Understanding • Transformation • Self-discipline • Dignity • Self-respect • Servitude • Accountability • Love and Compassion • Authenticity • Credibility •


"My recovery influences my music, and my music influences my recovery. It's two fisted."

- Brian Templeton


"It's a constant evolution of who you are, plus your injury. You're never going to be who you were's an open book that you're constantly writing."

- Miriam Talamini


"Beekeeping may not be for you, but I guarantee there is something out there. There is always something out there to give you an opportunity, a chance, a second chance at life!"

- Eric Grandon


"When you work on yourself you're not just doing it for yourself. You're doing it for your family, your friends, for other people and it really can affect the whole community."

- Walter Dunbar


"There feels to me like there is a spiritual movement going on that is growing because of its truth and its resonation in the hearts of people who hear it."

- Doug Farrell