He’s always one to initiate a hug or smile and ask about your day. He came into the Café, sat and chatted with other Members and Ambassadors, and quickly shared the interest of our current puzzle trend. Despite the smile and warmth, this Member has experienced despair, the cold of isolation, confusion, and depression. Like
We recently received a call inquiring about our “community recovery” mission. The caller had a family member who was struggling… not with substances, but with a painful divorce from her abusive spouse. In the fear and chaos of such drastic life changes, his cousin felt hopeless and suicidal. The caller was acutely aware of how
Recovery Café is about SO much more than good coffee and warm meals. We believe that a healing community is built during meals around the table, discussions in our Recovery Circles, and in our School for Recovery featuring classes that address the underlying causes of addiction, teach coping skills, develop knowledge and new skills, and
Please join us for our Grand Opening Celebration from 3-6 p.m. on Tuesday, June 25 at 402 Kimbark St., Longmont. We will have a brief program at 4:30 p.m. to recognize special guests, introduce staff and board members, and tell the story of Recovery Café Longmont. Light refreshments will be served.
Last week, staff and volunteers got to bear witness to the purpose and love of Recovery Café Longmont. A woman who had heard about us through a friend brought another woman to visit our Café. What started out as a site visit quickly proved to be a much more meaningful encounter. The woman was a secretary