LATINO RECOVERY ADVOCATES
Una plataforma de llevar el mensaje de Recuperacion y activismo . En Español . En Los últimos años en los Estados unidos se a desarrollado un sistema de Activismo para Luchar por los derechos de las personas con la condición de Uso de sustancias y Salud mental en General. El activismo siempre ha existido en diferentes formas de Lucha Social. Ahora Luchar contra El Estigma que arropa esta condición , La Recuperación es posible/ es una Enfermedad tratable . , personas de la comunidad están hablando abiertamente de su problema . Para así que personas se puedan identificar . Mucha Esperanza y cambios sociales para futuras generaciones .
El Paso County RECO
El Paso County ReCo is a group of non-profit organizations that cultivate powerful, healthy lives by providing peer emotional support and development services to both the majority and the diverse minorities of the El Paso County Recovery Community and its allies embracing issues of mental health, chemical, and behavioral addiction, and chronic illness. ReCo fully embraces multiple pathways and hopes to grow our acceptance and support of each other. We are active members of the Association of Recovery Community Organizations (ARCO).
SOBER AF ENTERTAINMENT
I got sober in 1989 and at six weeks sober went to see my favorite band, the Grateful Dead. I had seen them 15 times while I was using drugs and drinking. This time was different, and I felt awkward and I felt like I did not fit in. I was with old friends and they were kind in letting me hang with them, but I was now the odd man out. I somehow found a sober support group called The Wharf Rats.
I understand how important it is to have community and to know that I can still have fun with other people who have decided to have fun and not get drunk or high.
I have a 20 year and 17 year old children. I don't want them getting drunk or high. I want them the have fun and enjoy concerts, sporting events and life with friends. There is little support for people wanting to enjoy concerts and sporting events in a sober environment. We are engaging a community that wants to go to these non-traditional sober areas and support each other to have a great time.
Embark Coach Academy Colorado
Peer Coach Academy (PCA) was founded in 2016 as an effort to provide individuals in recovery with additional options for high quality recovery coach education in Colorado. PCA’s mission is to connect, engage, and educate recovery and peer support stakeholders, their families and friends throughout Colorado. The Executive Director Rod Rushing is a Certified Addictions Counselor III, Certified Recovery Coach Trainer, Colorado Credentialed Peer & Family Support Specialist and community organizer who has over 15 years of community organizing, has become a CCAR Core Trainer, and facilitates 8 different CCAR Recovery Coach Trainings throughout the country.
Recover The Fun groups are centered on the creative arts and the outdoors and are designed to remind us that fun can be had without the use of substances. The purpose of the group is to provide a relaxed, friendly, and fun environment where we connect to each other and ourselves - because part of the work of recovery is relearning how to have fun.
Play helps develop and improve social skills. Social skills are learned as part of the give and take of play. During childhood play, kids learn about verbal communication, body language, boundaries, cooperation, and teamwork. As adults, you continue to refine these skills through play and playful communication.
THE Don't Look Back Center
Throughout my life Corinthiah Brown developed a passion for helping others. This passion has inspired me to open a safe supportive environment for all Women & Trans women suffering from Addiction, P.T.S.D Domestic Violence & Unresolved Trauma. I opened Don't Look Back Counseling and then added the not for profit. to give back to the community.