We provide volunteer based, non-clinical, non-medical, para-professional, Recovery Support Services to individuals and families seeking and/or maintaining recovery from alcohol, drugs or other substances. Our soul mission and purpose is to assist anyone – in any way we can – regardless of age, race, gender, sexual orientation, faith, education, or socio-economic status live a life without the use of harmful substances and behaviors.

Our Programs

We are also accomplishing this in four ways:

1. Our “Bridges to Recovery” program which includes:

  • “Recovery Connect” a 24/7 live volunteer help & support phone line
  • “Peer-to-Peer” Phone Support, Mentoring, and Recovery Coaching
  • Assistance navigating complex social service systems
  • Assisted referrals to treatment programs, housing, career development/jobs
  • Organizing clean and sober social and recreational activities and events

2. Providing and maintaining a facility for:

  • Individual and families to support each other
  • Providing inexpensive space for mutual aid support groups to meet
  • Life skills classes and recovery education
  • A comprehensive and up to date information and referral library
  • Membership activities and events
  • Networking with community service organizations

3. Providing community education:

  • Speak at community meetings
  • Attend community events
  • Inform business, medical, and justice system personnel about substance-use issues.
  • Advocate for increased funding and recovery support services

4. Volunteer Recovery Training Academy:

  • Ethics
  • Confidentiality and Compliance
  • Brief Negotiation Interviewing
  • Live Telephone Helpline
  • Mentorship
  • Recovery Coaching