We Welcome You to Join our Healing Community
To be a member, we ask that you be drug and alcohol free for 24-hours, by helping and giving back to the Community by contributing to running the Café and by lending a compassionate heart to the healing of others, AND also by attending a dedicated Recovery Circle.
Here are the steps to join us:
- Stop by for your first visit: Tuesday through Saturday, 11:30am- 3:30pm. Have a bite to eat and let us show you around.
- Sign up to attend a New Member Introduction. New Member Introductions are held when we have spots available for New Members. They are held every Saturday at 11:00AM, on a sign-up basis
- PLEASE check the website or call 360-984-6163 to get your name on the list.
Once you’ve been assigned to and attend a Recovery Circle, you’re kindly encourage you to participate in all the Cafe and School for Recovery activities.
Membership requirements are simple:
- Be Drug and Alcohol Free within the past 24 hours
- Participate in a weekly Dedicated Recovery Circle or let staff know when you must be absent
- Lending a helping hand by participating in Community Service at the Café
- Practice the “5” Guiding Principles of the Recovery Café Community
Recovery Café’s Guiding Principles are:
- Live Prayerfully/thoughtfully with Yourself & Others
- Show Compassionate Respect with Yourself & Others
- Practice Compassion with Yourself & Others Everyday
- Practicing Ongoing to Give and Forgive Yourself & Others
- Encourage Growth with Yourself & Others
Membership at Recovery Cafe Clark County is a perfect opportunity to finding stability in your day to day life challenges, no matter the development of your journey. Here at Recovery Cafe Clark County there are a variety of great tools and benefits that Members have the opportunity to obtain while active at Recovery Café including:
- A delicious lunch served from 12:00pm-1:00pm every day we’re open.
- The Resources that can be learned from the School for Recovery classes that touches on a variety of different topics including relapse prevention, building healthy relationships, skill building, art such as painting and writing, and yoga, as well as future ongoing classes.
- A supportive, healing, and compassionate Community of Women and Men in recovery from homelessness, addiction, trauma, and other mental health challenges.
- A Recovery Circle in which you experience being validated, understood and loved.
- Opportunities to help maintain the Facility and participate in the healing work of this Community.
- Referral help to access other services as needed.