Please join us at Recovery Cafe on Thursday, September 14th as we SPEAK OUT FOR RECOVERY! View the flyer below for more information.
Recovery Café is proud to partner with the White House, Macklemore, and MTV for “Prescription for Change: Ending America’s Opioid Crisis,” a new documentary film that debuts on Tuesday, October 11th, at 9PM on MTV. We encourage you to check it out. You might wonder how this collaboration came to be. On February 9th 2015 … Continued
We are ecstatic to welcome and introduce our new Resource Development Officer, Ashley Sheriff! Prior to joining our team, Ashley served as the Strategic Initiatives Coordinator for East African Community Services in South Seattle. One of our favorite parts of the interview process with Ashley was when she shared about one of her mentors, a … Continued
Run for recovery on May 22nd! The Brooks Trailhead 10K and 15K has partnered with Recovery Café so that you are able to register for the race at a discounted rate. Proceeds will support our healing community. Starting and ending at Gasworks Park, the course will take you around the sights and sounds of Lake … Continued
The Washington Recovery Alliance (WRA) had its first ever Olympia Advocacy/Education Day on January 26th. More than 70 recovery champions from around the state participated. It was a great start for what we plan to make an annual event. Our main focus was advocating for Ricky’s Law. It was a proud moment for us as … Continued
Join men from the Ignatian Spirituality Center and Recovery Café for an afternoon of reflection and ritual to explore what it means to accept the gifts of forgiveness and mercy for ourselves, freeing us to offer them to others. Forgiveness & Freedom: Accepting mercy for ourselves and others Saturday, February 20 12:30 pm Lunch 1:00-2:30 … Continued
Recently we lost two treasured stalwarts of the Recovery Café community. Cowboy, a long time Member of the Café, was known here for his humor, dynamic smile and his ability to get the whole Café dancing when he performed at Open Mic. Cowboy was the King of rocking a funk tune that got people on … Continued
Make your voice heard! Please join Recovery Café on Thursday, November 5th in attending the King County Mental Health and Substance Abuse Legislative Forum. We will meet at Recovery Café at 5pm and walk over to Town Hall (1119 Eighth Avenue) together. We will have free Recovery Café t-shirts to show our support and make our … Continued