Recovery Ally workshops help community members learn about substance use disorder and recovery. Using the lived experience of persons in recovery, participants will learn to identify and respond to stigmatizing language, dispel myths about SUD, and build a safe community that is accepting, engaging, and supportive of persons in recovery.
Celebrate Recovery Addresses Mental Health
Mental Health Issue/Mental Illness is an ongoing condition that affects mood, behaviors, and thinking patterns which may cause suffering and/or may interfere with a person’s ability to function with typical daily activities on a frequent basis. Check out this amazing site for more resources.
Embrace Recovery SC
It’s time we all embrace recovery, not just those who are overcoming a substance use disorder. Once we understand that this is a treatable disease and not a moral failing, better days are ahead for everyone. People can and do recover, going on to lead healthy lives. Check out this article on how to start the process.
Recovery coaches are collaborative partners in the recovery process, trained to support people in recovery as they build confidence, sustain motivation, overcome barriers and connect to recovery resources. Recover All SC offers free recovery coaching to persons in recovery from substance use disorder, those considering recovery, and those impacted by addiction in their relationships.