Over the past few years, Accent on Ability has secured funding for a range of small-scale workshops, aimed specifically at improving the quality of life for low-income consumer/survivors. In 2013, Accent on Ability funded a series of peer-led workshops that included the Wellness Recovery Action Program (WRAP), Gaining Autonomy with Medication (GAM), and Pathways to Recovery. Accent on Ability has also been instrumental in encouraging and funding recreational and fitness activities, art shows, and programs that improve access to good clothing, computer training and assistance in acquiring access to formal educational programs. The A-Way Breakfast Program is built on the findings of the commercial kitchen feasibility study.