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RCNC is launching a group to support the overall health and well-being of the men in our community who are in recovery and seeking peer support. The purpose of this group is to create a space for men to come together to talk about their challenges overall and in recovery, their attitudes about being in isolation or on lock down due to COVID-19, the racial issues we are currently facing in this country and how it is impacting them - no matter the color of their skin, etc. We are here for you and we value you!
This transformative free, online 8-week journey is for women in recovery. Each week you will experience and learn about a transformative skill to help you power up each and every day in mind, body, and spirit.
This transformative 8-week journey is for recovery professionals (CPSS, Social workers, Psychologists, Counselors, Psychiatrists, General practitioners, Recovery Coaches, MAT Providers, First Responders, etc.
Given the disparities and difficulties that have been revealed in the recovery community and in black and brown communities due to COVID 19 and the deadly inequities of police violence focused on African Americans, this timely training is offered by RCNC through SAMHSA’s Recovery Community Support Project-Statewide Network (RCSP-SN). The purpose of the training is to enhance the level of commitment to the communities we serve.
Here are eight of the main life skills people in recovery will benefit from practicing in their daily lives. These skills are proven to support individuals during their recovery journey:
Exercise, fresh air and fun are essential to coping with stress during this difficult time. Here are some safe and sober activities you can do with your loved ones.