Who we are...
Dignity Alliance was created as a not for profit, 501c3 organization through a genuine desire to improve the lives of those that protect, serve, and respond when others need help.
With a combined 30 years of working with the offender population, we know exactly what it’s like to absorb workplace trauma and how important it is to separate from it. We work closely with Veterans Court, Law Enforcement, Federal Probation, Department of Corrections, County Probation Departments, and several City Courts. Compassion fatigue, vicarious trauma, burn out, and recurring thoughts of previous calls or cases are all too common in First Responders, Emergency Department personnel, and military personnel. Every day we see how the effects of unaddressed trauma leads to substance abuse, domestic violence, anger, self-harm, sabotaged family relationships, isolation, and hopelessness.
After witnessing firsthand the effects of workplace trauma both professionally and personally, we can’t help but make it our mission to support and provide genuine care for those that have served and are serving, as well as First Responders and their associated family members. Our passion to improve lives by minimizing the effects of trauma is personal and evident through our efforts.
Lorre is an Arizona native with strong ties to the mid-west. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor who works all over the state of Arizona with a diverse population of clients.
MSW, LCSW, MAC
Karen is an east coast native who has been in Arizona since 2004. Karen graduated from ASU with both her Bachelor's and Master's degrees, she is a Licensed Social Work and Master Addiction Counselor.
Dignity Alliance is a 501c3, not for profit organization offering group counseling and individual counseling.
With the help of grants, donations, and charitable contributions, we strive to provide free or nearly free trauma treatment to Veterans, First Responders, and associated family members.