Recovery Connection is a culture of recovery in the heart of our community.
We exist to provide resources and support for addicted persons or persons in recovery from addiction, as well as their families, friends and support members.
A visible, physical location, where, by providing a variety of services we put a face on recovery.
We use evidence-based practices and trained staff, interns, and community volunteers to provide answers to anyone seeking assistance in their recovery process.
A recovery resource offering a structured schedule of recovery-related workshops, training, groups, activities and social events.
Our GOAL is to help BUILD
A SUPPORTIVE COMMUNITY
around those struggling with addiction.
Group Support Strategies
An abundance of resources and information about treatment providers, self-help meetings, employment, education, healthcare, and spiritual support. Programming and support for families and friends of addicted persons. CLICK HERE for a list of recovery group meeting times and locations.
Circle of Support
Constructive and active family engagement in the recovery process is essential if the family is to heal from the destructive impact of addiction. To move on, families need a variety of supports, information and skills. Families need a place where they can feel safe to process the complicated and complex emotions that arise in the face of addiction and recovery.
Alcoholics Anonymous is an international fellowship of men and women who have had a drinking problem. It is nonprofessional, self-supporting, multiracial, apolitical, and available almost everywhere. There are no age or education requirements. Membership is open to anyone who wants to do something about his or her drinking problem.
SMART Recovery Tools
The core reason for including family in treatment of substance abusers is more for the benefit of the family member than for the person in recovery. A family member’s emotional and physical health improves as they come to understand their pursuit of enabling, co-dependency, and/or denial. To learn more visit smartrecovery.org
Narcotics Anonymous offers recovery to addicts around the world. We focus on the disease of addiction rather than any particular drug. Our message is broad enough to attract addicts from any social class or nationality. When new members come to meetings, our sole interest is in their desire for freedom from active addiction and how we can be of help.
Meeting the Special Needs of Clients
We believe that recovery is the hope and healing that can overcome the devastation of addiction. Our stance is that recovery should encompass and impact all aspects of life. Having an effective support system is crucial. Recovery Connection’s focus is to provide recovery support and assistance that focuses on the holistic well-being of mind, body, and spirit. This facilitates lifestyle balance, which we believe to be the hallmark of successful recovery.
Life-skills training provides participants with opportunities to develop self advocacy and sufficiency skills that are necessary for a person to succeed in their recovery. Please call us for more information about upcoming events!
Recovery-Safe Social Activities
Connection with others is necessary in order for a person to remain successful in their recovery. Recovery Connection offers meetings and social activities throughout the week in order for people in recovery to engage and connect with others
Peer Mentoring is a program that trains community members to be mentors for those in recovery. Mentors in this program give encouragement, hope, assistance, guidance, and support to addicted individuals.
“Recovery to me, is freedom from a lifestyle that was going nowhere fast.”J.R.
Building a Community.
Connecting to Recovery.
Adults Suffering Addictions
At Recovery Connection, we are always happy to answer any questions you might have.
Why is it important to involve the whole family in a recovery program?
The pain, frustration, and helplessness experienced by families and loved ones due to addiction are immense. Families and loved ones experience isolation, shame and guilt; often realizing they are alone with nowhere to turn. Addressing the parallel process of addiction and recovery so healing can begin is essential for family members and loved ones.
What types of addiction can Recovery Connection help with?
Recovery Conncetion helps people recover from all types of addiction and addictive behaviors, including: drug abuse, drug addiction, substance abuse, alcohol abuse, gambling addiction, cocaine addiction, prescription drug abuse, sexual addiction, and problem addiction to other substances and activities.
How can I see what groups are available at Recovery Connection?
Visit our web Calendar page to see what groups are currently available. If you have additional questions about our current groups, please call!
How can I donate to Recovery Connection?
- Donate your time by becoming a volunteer or peer to peer mentor.
- Donate your energy by telling others about the programs we offer.
- Donate monetarily by sending a check.
Volunteer! Get Started Today.
The experience offered by volunteers makes them uniquely qualified to assist others in making their own personal transformations
Peer Mentoring provides volunteers the opportunity to mentor persons in recovery or persons struggling with addiction. Training is provided for anyone interested in becoming a peer mentor.
Life Skills Training
Recovery Connection provides life skills training to persons in recovery. If a volunteer is willing to offer a skill, he/she may provide training in order to help those in recovery acquire new skills, abilities, and knowledge.
Recovery Connection hosts social events and activities in order to provide those in recovery opportunities to engage in prosocial activities. These activities include journaling, coloring, game nights, etc.
The support groups offered at Recovery Connection are facilitated by volunteers or participants. The number of groups offered is dependent on the number of facilitators available. Training is provided for anyone interested in becoming a group facilitator.
Become a volunteer.
We are open to hearing about and discussing ways that a volunteer might provide their time, insight, knowledge, or services. If you are interested in being a volunteer at Recovery Connection, please contact us at 219-510-6501.