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Last year, 23,000 people joined the walk to celebrate recovery, making it the largest recovery activity in the nation. With your support, this year will be even bigger! Recovery Walks! highlights the positive impact of recovery on the region and gives hope to those struggling with addiction that thriving in recovery is possible.Read The Full Story >
As a 24-year-old with about 60 days drug-free and in the very infancy of my recovery journey, I looked around and studied the crowd gathering at Memorial Hall in Philly's Fairmount Park. To go on to walk side by side people just like me gave me unimaginable hope. It gave me hope that this thing called recovery works. It gave me hope that I could live the rest of my life without using alcohol and other drugs because these people were doing it. It gave me hope that I was not alone. Ultimately, this hope changed my life.Read The Full Story >
As of July 9, 2015, the Women’s Recovery Community Center is a Level III member of the Pennsylvania Alliance of Recovery Residences (PARR) and the National Alliance of Recovery Residences (NARR). This certification represents the quality of our facility and the programming we offer to its residents. The Women’s Recovery Community Center is a safe haven for women seeking recovery support in Central Bucks County. We accomplish this through a combined therapeutic and community-based approach. Through multiple programs and multiple pathways, women seeking services from The Council attain the support and build the life skills they require to thrive in long-term recovery. The mission of The Council’s Women’s Services is to strengthen our community by providing caring, individualized support to women seeking to achieve and maintain long-term recovery from substance use disorder. The Council offers multiple pathways of support to women and their families throughout their journey to long-term recovery. We are honored to be awarded this certification and will continue providing quality services and support to women and their families throughout Southeast Pennsylvania.
This new and exciting program goes beyond the current requirements for the CRS credential by providing students with enhanced and specialized training to work with youth, young adults and their families.Read The Full Story >
Donate to The Council while you shop at no cost to you! Learn about our Amazon Smile and Scrip programs here.Read The Full Story >
Taking the first step isn't easy when you're concerned about your own, or someone else's use of drugs and alcohol. The Council is here to help.
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