Start your day off right with some coffee and some convo! Meet new friends in recovery! Share your struggles, joys, and everything in between! Get or give some advice and start your day off in a positive manner. All are welcome to join everyday! What will you bring to the Coffee Table?Find out more »
If you are a new or existing member, and struggle to provide for yourself and/ or your family...visit us on the 2nd & 4th Mondays of the month. From the hours of 10:30am to 3pm you will be able to work with our Food Pantry volunteers & receive a bag of donated food items. Prior […]
CRS (Certified Recovery Specialist) will be available to assist you with a plethora of tasks. We are here to help you gain access to needed resources in the community. If you are in need of employment, housing, medical assistance, transportation, etc. come and meet with a CRS. We are here to bridge the gaps between […]Find out more »
CRS lead group discussing the basics of developing a recovery program and/or a recovery enhancement program. CRS staff will engage new members of the recovering community and guide them on a path to sobriety and healthy living. This includes an introduction to the various pathways to recovery, communication, building a support group, relapse prevention, coping […]Find out more »
Angie from Spherion will be here to assist anyone seeking employment. Please call 570-880-7901 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up!
30 Minutes of an Educational lecture, 30 minutes discussion. Open to anyone that wants to learn about addiction and impact on the family. Friends of recovery are always welcome. Free to all attendees- through the generosity of our supporters. This month's topic is "Self Defeating Behaviors." Learn how we get in our "own way" at […]
“NA is a nonprofit fellowship or society of men and women for whom drugs had become a major problem. We are recovering addicts who meet regularly to help each other stay clean.” "We are not concerned with types or amounts of drugs used; we focus on the ways addiction and recovery affect our lives." […]