Recovery Community Organization
Peer Recovery Support Coaching is a set of non‐clinical, peer‐based activities that engage, educate and support an individual to successfully make life changes necessary to recover from disabling mental illness and/or substance use disorder conditions
This program is for Recovery Coaches to educate on the use of meditative art as a self-care tool and on the use of meditative art as a coaching tool to build resilience in their program participants.
This project will work to reform the public response to the addiction crisis in Chicago via a grassroots-driven campaign strategy.
CRCC operates a Recovery Community Center (RCC), which is managed by a small staff and many volunteers. The RCC exists for people in long-term recovery, family members and friends to be become peer volunteers, who can be of service to help others seeking recovery.
CCRC hosts a variety of free, recovery-focused events and activities out in the community and at our peer-run center.
This project aims to establish networked and geographically dispersed Recovery Oriented Systems of Care Councils with the overall goal of building a culture that nurtures recovery and capacity and infrastructure within the state of Illinois.