Recovery Statement

“Recovery is a personal and life-altering journey that provides hope for a better future by overcoming the barriers and obstacles that you may encounter.”

Recovery Calendar


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Coming together in our recovery

Mental Health Recovery works. But it only works if those of us who are further along in our recovery show up to help those who are just starting theirs. When I first began my journey, the last thing on my mind was recovery, I thought my illness was just going to be a new way of life for me. It wasn’t until I meet providers, who cared and believed in recovery and peers, who showed me that recovery was possible, that I began to see a ray of hope. These were the people that I looked up to. I now feel that it’s my responsibility to give back this gift. This is a call to action and a reminder that we are now becoming the role models to those who are just starting out. So come help us bring up the next generation by attending Recovery meetings. Another good thing about helping others is that we strengthen our own recovery in the process.

1 comment to Coming together in our recovery

  • Dave M

    Very nicely said. We all stand on the shoulders of those who came before us and at some point, hopeful we feel strong enough to give back to others.

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