It’s hard to believe that it’s been a year since we first got the news of the pandemic and that Washington, DC was going on shut down! Since that time, Recovery Café DC has been evolving our programming in light of COVID-19 and the ongoing needs of our Members. Just as recovery is an on-going
Maybe you are just completing treatment, coming home from prison or transitioning from the streets. Recovery Cafe DC is here to provide you long term support and a place to build community.
We are open Tuesday through Friday from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm
To become a member, you need to be drug and alcohol free for 24-hours, join a Recovery Circle and help with the running of the Cafe.
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We are humbled to say, that after months of negotiations (and $2.5 million dollars)Recovery Café DC is the owner of a newly acquired property located in Southeast DC! In collaboration with Anacostia Economic Development Corporation (AEDC), a leading District of Columbia non-profit economic development organization, Recovery Café DC will jointly develop a mixed use building
Thank you to everyone who attended our Bridging the Gap Virtual Fundraiser. We are so grateful for your support! For those who were not able to attend, just click on the link below and enjoy. (The program will start immediately after the Power Point presentation.)
What’s coming up
Centering Prayer is a method of silent prayer that prepares us to receive the gift of contemplative prayer, prayer in which we experience God’s presence within us, closer than breathing, closer than thinking, closer than consciousness itself. This method of prayer is both a relationship with God and a discipline to foster that relationship. Journal
Recovery Circles are small, loving support groups where people are known, loved, and held to be their best selves. Each Recovery Circle is led by a trained Circle Facilitator, many of which are Members with longer-term stable recovery. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to join.
An exciting class that uses a therapeutic technique rooted in the idea that creative expression can foster healing and mental well-being. Art, either the process of creating it or viewing others’ artworks, is used to help people explore their emotions, develop self-awareness, cope with stress, boost self-esteem, and work on social skills. Contact email@example.com to join.
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