Recovery Café is made possible by the incredible support of volunteers. Attend a Volunteer Orientation to find out how you can help make Recovery Café Terre Haute a success in our community. Here we will share specifics about the opportunities available to serve and share your talents with our members. Email email@example.com or fill out our form for more information today!
The School for Recovery gives Café members and non-members the chance to grow, heal, discover, take risks, and surprise themselves by doing and becoming what they never thought possible. While the word “recovery” doesn’t appear in most of the course titles, every single class is designed to provide support, wisdom, and companions for the hard work of making healthier choices as we live with whatever it is we are recovering from.
* We do require that School for Recovery facilitators spend a significant amount of time in the café (serving as a Café Companion) prior to working on a class proposal. This will ensure that facilitators understand the café model and have a chance to meet our Members & Guests!
*The School for Recovery desires to offer classes to holistically support the journeys of each member at the Recovery Cafe.Class topics can range from health/wellness, nutrition, yoga, spirituality, job/career preparation, healthy relationships, relapse prevention and more!
The goal of recovery from substance abuse is to move anyone from being an active user to having a healthy life in sobriety. Some may not know or recall how to live a life that does not include drug or alcohol use. So participating in fun, sober activities allows our members to have a rich, full life.
* We do require that Sober Social Event facilitators spend a significant amount of time in the café (serving as a Café Companion) prior to working on an event proposal. This will ensure that facilitators understand the café model and have a chance to meet our Members & Guests!
One of our key goals is to provide a growing awareness of Recovery Café in the community.
We need help in connecting to community providers, recovery resources, members of the Café, supporters, and funders of the Café.
Duties in this role may include and are not limited to booth and community outreach, story gathering and/or photography, or tabling certain events to share the story of the Recovery Café.