We must be united in the war against addiction! My mission is to unite organizations,support groups, and everyone else who needs a helping hand. I am here to educate equip and develop a Recovery resource Network. My hope is that everyone gets the help they need and no one is left behind or alone in their fight for freedom from addiction. Join me and lets fight the good fight! Our Philosophy: Instigate, Agitate, Educate, and Liberate!
Life ReScripted is a (FREE!) experiential workshop that uncovers and clears unresolved issues that can undermine recovery. There are strong and compelling reasons why these issues persist.
A rescripting identifies and transforms the root cause of our self-sabotaging choices & behavior.
About the facilitators: Bob and Vicki met in a 12 step meeting in the late 90's and soon started a monthly gathering with others to augment their recovery. Life ReScripted was continually modified in those early gatherings and became their most effective tool. They found they were able to do deeper work in this safer environment which resulted in less struggle and lasting change. Word spread and they were invited to facilitate at 12 step and other retreats and began hosting weekends and training others to form their own circles. Their goal is for Life ReScripted to be accessible as 12 Step programs worldwide. Training is available for those interested in helping facilitate and/or starting their own circles. Congratulations to Bob on 24 years of sobriety!
Requirements to attend this workshop: at least 3 months of sobriety, a support system and a commitment to be responsible and accountable for your actions and behavior within the group.
Visitors/observers are very welcome and will feel very at home - no one has to participate unless they would like to.
Workshop will be held on Saturday, February 28th, 2:00 to 5:00 pm at the Dwier Center: 392 Church St Groveville, NJ. Life Rescripted will then be held at same time on the last Saturday of each month.
Y12SR combines the practical tools of the 12 Step program with the ancient wisdom of yoga.
Combining the two creates a model that truly addresses addiction and/or co-dependency as the physical, mental & spiritual dis-eases that they are.
Y12SR is a 12 Step-based discussion and yoga practice open to anyone and everyone dealing with their own addiction behavior or affected by the addictive behavior or others. This is an open & inclusive group - all A's are welcome, as are folks both experienced & completely new to yoga.
Wear comfortable clothing. Meetings are by donation.
For people in recovery from addiction, their loved ones, and professionals who wish to speak out to promote recovery, be a part of a grassroots movement, and encourage healthy public policies enabling others to find and sustain recovery. This training will help you:
- Tell your recovery story to reduce stigma of people in recovery
- Understand the importance of messaging
- See the bigger picture of the national recovery advocacy movement
- Advocate without breaking 12 step traditions
- Focus on how to speak with media and elected officials
Space in this FREE full-day training is limited, so register ASAP. Email your name & preferred contact info subject line "training registration" to firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone 609 310 4040. Lunch will be provided.
April 6 - 12: Recovery Coach Training
Want to help a loved one? Or just work more effectively with addiction sufferers? The COA-CCAR Recovery Coach Academy can help!
This 30-hour training will teach you how to remove obstacles to recovery... to motivate, guide and facilitate long-term addiction recovery. Since 2008, more than 5,000 people across the U.S. have taken this training and 100 people have taken it at COA.
To learn more, see program schedule, or to register, click: Recovery Coach Training Details. Don't delay - early registration rates are in effect for a limited time only!
If you would like to work with a COA-trained Recovery Coach, click:
Program Date: Mon., April 6 - Sun., April 12, 2015
Location: Raymond Dwier Center - 392 Church Street, Groveville, New Jersey
Grief Recovery After a Substance Passing
GRASP support group meets on the Second Thursday of Each Month from 7:00pm until 9:00pm, at The Raymond Dwier Center, 392 Church Street, Hamilton Twp., NJ.
If you are planning to attend for the first time, please call to pre-register: Laurie Latham 609-575-5477 or Sue Fares 609-203-2950.
Let's Talk About Recovery!
With 10 original shows, COARR plays Recovery Talk 24/7/365....past shows are available online atwww.coaradio.com/pastshows.html and in each show's online archive.
Tune in thru the smartphone app (free in the iphone/droid stores) or on www.coaradio.com to hear what's playing now.....
New show on COARR: Step by Step is a Pennsylvania-based network of recovery homes where recoverees gain support from one another. This show explores what it's like to live in a sober home. If you missed the show, it's now online: click here to listen. It's a great introduction to what sober living & recovery homes are all about!
Listen to past COARR shows any time:
For "Women & Addiction" with Terri Thomas, click here.
For "Wellness in Recovery" with life coach Nancy Tilelli, click here.
For "Journey Thru the 12 Steps with the Life Recovery Bible," click here.
For "Wings Over Water: Creativity in Recovery" with recovery musician Kathy Moser, click here.
For "Laughter & Recovery" with stand up comic Wil B. Kleen, click here.
For "Relationships in Recovery" with Alexa, click here.
For "Saving Lives" with COA Director of Interventions Tom Redneck Clark, click here.
At City of Angels, we were the first-ever "all volunteer community organization", as we established and still maintain a no charge policy for our support services. We are always looking for caring volunteers. If you or someone you know is interested in volunteering, please click the link below: