Acts of Kindness pt.3

The news is distressing right now, but we know that there is good happening still. We know this because we have been the recipients of so many acts of kindness. Last month we shared some of these with you. Here are more acts of Kindness that have happened since then. We’ve been fortunate to receive … Continued

Member Profile: James Update

When you last heard from James, he was celebrating 20 months of sobriety and excelling in his studies at Bellevue College. We are excited to share an update about his most recent accomplishments! While at Bellevue College, he was a student employee with the Student Programs department, where he worked with fellow Veterans. On top … Continued

Member Profile: LT

By Ronnie Davis When you meet LT, it’s immediately obvious that he is the kind of guy that can hold your attention. He has a presence about him that is simultaneously welcoming and strong and he speaks from the heart. Which is why it might be surprising to some to hear how far he’s come … Continued

Member Profile: Sara

In early November, during the daily announcements at Recovery Café, Sara looked squeamish. Sara has a big personality and an even bigger smile, so squeamish is rarely an adjective used to describe her.  When asked if any Members have an announcement, Sara slowly raises her hand, she can barely contain herself. She smiles, and uncharacteristically … Continued

Member Profile: Cera

by Phoebe Noe When you ask Cera how her day is going, she typically beams back with a huge smile and exclaims, “Oh just awesome! I am all rainbows, sparkles, butterflies, serenity, and love!” Her presence at Recovery Café each day emanates sheer joy and light as she greets staff and Members with authentic curiosity, … Continued

Sole Train at the Seafair Torchlight Run

Saturday, July 28th was a scorcher, especially at 5 pm when thousands of walkers and runners gathered at Westlake Park for the annual SeaFair Torchlight Run. In this crowd were three runners. These runners are Members of Recovery Café’s Sole Train walking and running club, and were representing Recovery Café at Seafair for the fifth year. This … Continued

A Letter from Vivian

A letter from Vivian – Winner of the King County Poster Contest For the Recovery Cafe, With Gratitude: For years, on the bus, looking through the window I saw the beautiful building – that solid structure so different from its surroundings: Recovery Cafe. I thought it was an exclusive club; very expensive and difficult to get in. … Continued