WHAT WE DO


The Seven Spheres of Influence

What we do: Remedy Network hosts educational talks for millennials and promotes mental health advocacy in New York City.

Vision Statement: Our vision is to see properly resourced millennials who are equipped to reach their personal and professional goals, well-rounded in their mental health, and educated in all spheres of societal influence.

Mission Statement: Our mission is to empower millennials by providing tools for personal and professional development by connecting them with industry leading influencers and mentorship. Our goal is to serve as a sounding board for creative conversation and networking that builds community and reduces the amount of mental health related issues in New York City.

Common FAQ’s:

1.) What are the seven spheres of influence that your events target?

We host events in the following sectors: Government, Family, Business, Religion, Media, Education and Arts & Entertainment.

2.) How do your events tie into mental health?

Exploring mental health can be a topic of discussion for millennials engaged in any sphere of influence in society. Remedy not only promotes mental health advocacy, but seeks to educate and train millennials on how to reach their personal and professionals goals, while encouraging conversations about mental health.

3.) How often do you host events?

We host quarterly events. To see when our next event is, please check our events page.


HOW WE STARTED

 

KALIEF BROWDER: Remedy Network began after hearing the devastating news of Kalief Browder's suicide in the summer of 2015. Our founder, J. Caleb Perkins, left his corporate job in an effort to begin an organization that would provide millennials with curated mentorship, equip them for their personal and professional development and decrease the amount of mental health related issues in our city.


THE NEED

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1.6 MILLION MILLENNIALS

There are more millennials in NY than Baby boomers, and they represent 19% of the population.                  

ONLY 14% PREPARED FOR personal/PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT  

A recent Gallup study shows only 14% of recent college graduates felt prepared for their workplace position. Research also shows a gap for environments where millennials can share in an intimate setting with like minded leaders, strong community and mentorship.

1 OF OUT FIVE NEW YORKERS STRUGGLES WITH MENTAL HEALTH RELATED ISSUE

One in five New Yorkers have a mental health disorder, and at least 8% suffer from symptoms of depression.


OUR APPROACH

There is a huge need for this dynamic segment in our city. Remedy seeks to serve this sector by hosting recurring events with a focus of three main goals as we continue our important work:


1.) Empower millennials by providing tools for personal and professional development by connecting them with industry leading influencers and mentorship.

2.) Serve as an incubator and sounding board for creative conversation and networking that builds community.

3.) Reduce the amount of mental health related issues in the city.
 


WHAT WE OFFER


OUR TEAM


J. Caleb Perkins began Remedy Network Inc. in 2014. He decided to name the company the "Remedy Network" because he believed that the company would be a Remedy to the many problems that the world faces-- an avenue of finding hope through finding solutions, not just information.

J. Caleb holds a Marketing degree from Oral Roberts University in Tulsa, Oklahoma and is originally from Detroit, Michigan. Remedy Network Inc. is a non-profit organization that operates in New York City. 

Read J. Caleb's blog here.