Journey To Recovery Community Center

Services​

The basic element of any recovery support service is empathetic support.
Once personal challanges  have been addressed, we can begin to assist in the process of overcoming barriers. We can help to connect with programs, partners, and resources available in and out of the community. Developing a network of supporters, changing attitudes and actions that keep people stuck in addictive cycles are vital to the recovery process.
 At Journey To Recovery Community Center we will focus on personal strengths and assests to support the process of planning futures built on opportunites for growth in recovery.  Journey To Recovery Community Center is open to everyone seeking recovery, we do not promote any particular recovery approach.
While maintaining a safe, supportive, drug-and alcohol-free enviornment, we make space available for recovery groups, and try to serve as incubators and focal points for expanding community recovery options. We also provide support for the development of other peer-based recovery groups and recovery support services.

W.R.A.P

The Wellness Recovery Action Plan is a self-designed, evidence based prevention and wellness process that anyone can use to get well, stay well and make their life the way they want it to be. It is now used extensively by people in all kinds of circumstances, and by health care and mental health systems all over the world to address all kinds of physical, mental health and life issues. WRAP is for anyone, any time. It will support you in being the way you want to be and doing the things
you want to do.


O. A.

A.A.

        No matter what your problem with food — compulsive overeating, under-eating,
        food addiction, anorexia, bulimia, binge eating, or overexercising — we have a
        solution.​ OA does not weigh members, sign them up, monitor their eating habits
        or keep tabs on them in any way. Overeaters Anonymous (OA) is a twelve-step
        program for people with problems related to food.Anyone with a problematic
        relationship with  food is welcomed.


Alcoholics Anonymous is an international mutual aid fellowship founded in 1935 by Bill Wilson and Dr. Bob Smith in Akron, Ohio. AA stated "primary purpose" is to help alcoholics "stay sober and help other alcoholics achieve sobriety".   


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Recovery Coaching

All Recovery Meetings

A Recovery Coach will listen to you, help you figure out what to do, and support your choices. Recovery coaches will also assist you in making a plan to improve your life, focus on the present and the future, and not the past. Converstaions are kept confidential. Recovery Coaches have personal experiences with recovery, and guide you in making a positive change.  They do not diagnose or treat addictions, judge, or tell you what to do.
This topic discussion model, pioneered in Connecticut, has proven to be very efective. The facilitated group sharing is not focused on specific problems (drug, alcohol, gambling, ect.) but on sharing concepts of living comfortably in recovery, such as living in the solution, approaching one thing at a time, managing ego deflation, and seeking support for problems.

Making Recovery Easier

Future Services/Meetings

We are currently working on a group especially for women in recovery, dates and times T.B.A. Be sure to check out our Calender of Events for all upcoming groups and events.

Evidenced-Based Practice

Making Recovery Easier Workshops are especially helpful for people new to the recovery process, or who have had some experience with 12-step groups but have had difficulty with the recovery process. The primary objective is to show people what to expect in a 12-step meeting. This is a six session workshop that runs continuously. It can be startes at any time and completed in any order.  All participants that complete all six sessions receive a Certificate of Completion. Research has shown that attendees who have completed all six sessions have a higher rate of abstinence.