Please join us at Recovery Cafe on Thursday, September 14th as we SPEAK OUT FOR RECOVERY! View the flyer below for more information.
On June 26th Recovery Café hosted our 3rd Annual Artist and Writers Showcase, highlighting the amazing art and writing produced by Members of Recovery Café in our School for Recovery classes. This year’s event, hosted by Recovery Café’s Community Engagement Board, saw nearly 100 guests at the Café who enjoyed the room filled with art and listening to … Continued
In February, we hosted our annual Faithful Friends Gathering, a time to thank all of the donors, volunteers, community members, and Recovery Cafe Members who make our work possible. The event was highlighted by a moving talk from Killian, a short story from our Member Mike, and an awards ceremony of a few of the … Continued
Thich Nhat Hanh, the Buddhist Monk nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize by Martin Luther King Jr. during the Vietnam War, wrote: “Being part of a community practicing compassion may be the most important thing we can do for the survival of our world.” Members of Recovery Café Community, New Creation Community, Ebenezer AME Zion … Continued
On Wednesday, December 7th over 600 members of the King County community gathered at Town Hall Seattle for the 20th Annual King County Behavioral Health Legislative Forum. This annual event is designed to give community members and agencies like Recovery Café the opportunity to speak to their elected officials about the importance of supporting treatment and recovery … Continued
On a sunny September morning over 700 people from all walks of life came together in support of Recovery Café. This year’s Standing in the Gap, held at the Seattle Center Exhibition Hall was one of our most successful, raising over $625,000 that will go directly to programs serving our Members. The morning was filled … Continued
Admission is free Monday June 20th 5pm-7pm The open house will feature original works by Recovery Cafe Members including paintings, drawings, sculptures, poetry and short stories as well as special guest Doug Piotter, author of Fixed: Dope sacks, dye packs, and the long welcome back.