OPENING June 8, 2020!!!
A “culture of recovery” in the heart of our community.
Recovery Connection is: • A “culture of recovery” in the heart of our community. • A visible, physical location, where, by providing a variety of services we put a face on recovery. • A recovery resource for the local community, serving as a place where people still struggling with “the culture of addiction” and their loved ones can enter and receive support and assistance to enter the “culture of recovery”. • A recovery resource offering a structured schedule of recovery-related workshops, training, groups, activities and social events.
505 Don Hovey Drive
Volunteers The experience offered by volunteers makes them uniquely qualified to assist others in making their own personal transformations. There are three strong reasons Recovery Connection incorporates volunteers into its programs. First, it helps build organizational strength. That strength comes not only from growing and reaching out into the community, but also in the sense of ownership that volunteers gain when they become visible advocates for Recovery Connection. Peer to Peer Training Peer to Peer Training is the act of people who have had similar experiences with the “culture of addiction” giving each other encouragement, hope, assistance, guidance and understanding that aids their transition into the “culture of recovery.” Research has shown that recovery is facilitated by social support (McLellan et al., 1998), and four types of social support have been identified in the literature (Cobb, 1976; Salzer, 2002): emotional, informational, instrumental, and affiliation support.
|Monday||12:00 - 20:00|
|Tuesday||12:00 - 20:00|
|Wednesday||12:00 - 20:00|
|Thursday||12:00 - 20:00|
|Friday||12:00 - 20:00|
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