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Recovery is a journey of transformation and rediscovery, an opportunity to reclaim your life and build a future that's in harmony with your true self. At the heart of this transformative journey lies the practice of self-care, an essential and personalized approach to fostering wellness. #RecoverySupport and self-care are not one-size-fits-all; rather, they're tailored to fit your needs, preferences, and unique path to recovery. As we celebrate #RecoveryMonth, let's delve into the realm of self-care and explore how it can be a guiding light on this road to redemption.
Join us for the 11th ANNUAL CAPITAL AREA RALLY FOR Recovery from 11 AM - 2 PM on SEPT. 30, 2023, at Mordecai Historical Park1 Mimosa St. Raleigh, NC 27604. This event will feature Resource Tables, DJ, Free t-shirts, Games, Speakers, a Recovery Walk, Ping Pong, Free Raffle Prizes, Johnny's Pizza, and Zumba!
While quotes might not directly stimulate our own lives, they play a significant role in encouraging a positive lifestyle. So go ahead, discover inspiration.
When it comes to living an altruistic lifestyle, compassion for others doesn’t have to stop with humans.
As we gear up to honor Recovery Month, mark your calendars for an unforgettable day of empowerment, connection, and fun. This year's rally promises to be bigger and better than ever, featuring various activities to inspire, entertain, and uplift attendees. So, let's dive into the details and get ready to come together on September 30, 2023, from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM at the historic Mordecai Historical Park in North Carolina.
With the arrival of September, a season of renewal and change is upon us, bringing with it a significant event that resonates deeply with individuals on their journey to recovery - National Recovery Month. In this blog post, we delve into the history and significance of National Recovery Month for RCNC (Recovery Communities of North Carolina). RCNC is a peer-run recovery community organization that is vital in supporting and empowering North Carolinians in their quest for lasting recovery.
Coffee has been around for thousands of years, but it hasn’t been until recently that we’ve discovered just how many incredible benefits it actually has.
This back-to-school season, do more than simply prepare for a new school year—help those in need!
Summer can often feel too short, but with this list of potential activities, you’re sure to fill your days with activities that turn into fond memories.
When you have an efficient morning routine, you set an effective tone for the rest of the day. Here are five ways to establish a productive morning routine.
Setting goals is simple. We’ve all heard different phrases, acronyms and ways to properly set a goal for life. However, accomplishing goals can be a whole different task.
The month of July is full of great things: Independence Day, baseball and… hot dogs. In fact, July is recognized as National Hot Dog Month. That’s right, the little sausage has an entire month dedicated to its celebration.
Planning an Independence Day party shouldn’t have to be stressful. We’ve compiled a list of everything you need—from food to activities—to throw a bash your friends and family will rave about.
Whether they’re familial, romantic or platonic, relationships are vital to beneficial and stable lives. So how can we learn to build positive and enriching relationships? Take a look at these top eight tips for some ideas.
This summer, take some time to enjoy a vacation. Whether it’s three days or three weeks, at home or across the world, throw yourself into the moment and use it as an opportunity to relax, regrow and reconnect with your loved ones.
This Father’s Day, give Dad the best gift: a caring, compassionate life. See how you can support others around you and give back this Sunday.
How can you and your family celebrate June? By trying out some of these easy and delicious options to celebrate National Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Month.
This Memorial Day, we remember and honor the men and women who have served our country’s armed forces—specifically those who have given the ultimate sacrifice.
If you try to live altruistically, then combating your own loneliness can play a vital role in how you serve others. Here’s how to overcome loneliness in everyday life.
Teenagers are our future; by building them up and encouraging them—even if they’re not our own children—we can create a better future for generations to come.
If you strive to live an altruistic lifestyle, there are plenty of gifts you can give your loved one on Mother’s Day that also give back to others in the community.
While it might seem simple to say talents can help others, actually identifying your talents and putting them to good use can be a little bit more difficult.
Paying it forward is a way to spread goodness into the world. If you want to get involved this International Pay It Forward Day, check out these ways to pay it forward.
Turns out, even the smallest steps can have an impact. This Earth Day, consider your ecological footprint and enact these seven green ways to embrace today.
If you want to live a more altruistic life, but aren’t sure where to start, then you’ve come to the right place. Here’s how to find a cause you care about.
This month aims to increase awareness about stress, its negative effects and how to relieve it. If you’re experiencing stress, keep these ideas in mind for how to relax.
Even a small gesture can have a huge influence on the people around you. To give a few ideas, here are easy things you can do to brighten someone’s day.
There’s no doubt about it: If you want to live a more knowledgeable, cultural and altruistic lifestyle, then learning another language has big benefits in store.
If you strive to live a good life in all areas, journaling might be the next step to consider. Take a look at simple ways journaling can improve your life.
This March, celebrate National Women’s History Month by learning more and giving back. See how you can get involved, live altruistically and make a difference in the lives of girls and women around you.
Living a full and altruistic life is about more than just doing your best. It’s about sharing your best with others around you and connecting with them through our inherent need to tell stories.
Even if you care about a cause, how can you ensure you’re a good fit for the position? Here are some ideas to help you find the right fit for volunteering.
Valentine’s Day can be much more than a holiday to spoil your loved ones. This February 14th, consider spreading the love in altruistic ways. Check out these tips to make your Valentine’s Day one to remember.
Black History Month is a time to remember, celebrate and commemorate the achievements and contributions by African-American men and women throughout U.S. history.
Give yourself and your loved ones the greatest gift this American Heart Month by focusing on making heart-healthy decisions towards a happier and healthier lifestyle.
There are plenty of ways you can continue to volunteer your time and efforts to make the world a better place—even from the comfort of your home or inside the warmth of an organization! Check out these eight opportunities to give back during the winter.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. helped make the world a better place and advocated for equal rights for everyone. Use MLK Day as a time to honor his legacy by giving back or doing something good for somebody else.
With a new year comes new opportunities to give back and do more good. Remember that there’s never a bad time to start giving back. Even if you fall off track, there’s always time to get back in the saddle.
The holidays are a wonderful time to spend together with family, friends and loved ones. However, it’s also an opportunity to give back
When it’s time to start a new healthy habit, it can be pretty difficult. If you want to start the new year with a habit that will actually stick, check out these tips to get started.
Please help us continue supporting the vulnerable people we serve this holiday by donating to RCNC. If RCNC has touched your hearts in any way this past year or if we have helped you or a loved one in recovery, a donation is a great way to show your appreciation. Every dollar counts! Even if you can only donate $10 or $20, you will help us continue to support individuals seeking support for addiction and co-occurring mental health disorders in the North Carolina.
Human rights should be protected at all costs. You can get involved this Universal Human Rights Month and continue to spread the word year-round
RCNC is hosting a Bling Fling Holiday Networking event, which will include hors d'oeuvres and drinks and fun, beautiful costume jewelry for only $7 or $8. See event flyer for more details.
This giving season, give more than just stuff to your friends and family. Give the gifts of experiences, charitable giving, delicious food, your time or something handmade.
The new year is right around the corner, and with a solid altruism plan, you’re sure to have the most successful giving year yet!
There are many ways you can say ‘thank you’ to the people in your life. Use these ideas both today and year round!
The workplace is a space to get stuff done. However, it doesn’t have to be all about making money. In fact, the workplace can be a great place to give back.
Although the weather is cooling down, that doesn’t mean volunteer opportunities are also cooling! Use this season to participate in activities made for the colder months.
This curriculum is the first of it's kind in North Carolina with the primary focus being in recovery from substance use disorders.
The Connecticut Community for Addiction Recovery (CCAR) Recovery Coach Academy is a 5-day intensive training academy focusing on providing individuals with the skills needed to guide, mentor and support anyone who would like to enter or sustain long-term recovery from an addiction to alcohol or other drugs.