In this two-phase project, NAMI Iowa will train future physicians to deliver recovery-based whole-healthcare to people with mental illness. Clinicians learn from patients and families how patient-provider relationships affect health outcomes, and practice collaborative treatment. Through the sharing of experience, facilitators learn the power of their stories to improve the ability of providers and patients to relate to one another in a meaningful way. Phase 1 of this project includes the continuous education and quality assurance activities to ensure efficacy and engagement. Partially concurrent, phase 2 will consist of marketing the program and implementation model to other academic institutions, health systems, and NAMI State Organizations.