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Sand Castle Challenge II

Yes! We Are Doing It Again! As part of the National Recovery Month 2021 Celebration, Fellowship Recovery Community Organization is preparing for another day of fun in the sun with! Last Year’s Sand Castle Challenge was an absolute blast! Register your team on the form below. Check out the gallery and video! 

Park(ing)Day 2021

As National Recovery Month 2021 approaches, Fellowship Recovery Community Organization will be participating in… Park(In) Day 2021 What Is It? PARK(ing) Day is a one-day global event held on the third Friday of September each year that brings citizens together to transform on-street parking spaces into temporary public places, such as pop-up parks, for everyone…
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Save The Date! 09/11/2021

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Upcoming Faces and Voices Of Recovery Trainings

Florida Recovery Project MONTHLY LUNCH AND LEARN VIRTUAL LEARNING COMMUNITY A brief informational presentation followed by updates and discussion regarding the development of recovery community organizations in Florida. Registration is required. TIME: 12:00pm ET WHEN: The fourth Friday at noon, except for the months of May, September, November, and December March 26, 2021 • Collaborating with Churches…
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5 Life Skills You’ll Need in Recovery and Where to Learn Them

From navigating arguments to managing your finances, early recovery is often a crash course in the real world. It’s often said that people with substance use disorder stop maturing at the age they were when they started using. If you were addicted to drugs or alcohol throughout your teens or young adulthood, you probably missed…
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Robert Downey Jr. Opens up About Heavy Drug Use During David Letterman Interview

By JOHN CONNOR COULSTON – October 24, 2020 04:19 pm EDT Robery Downer Jr. is recounting some of the darkest days of his life, including the heights of his drug abuse. Before Downey, 55, turned his life and career around in the mid-2000s, he went through decades of drug use. Things came to ahead in…
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Gov. DeSantis announces $5 million grant to fight opioid crisis

By Scott Sutton | October 27, 2020 at 3:41 PM EDT – Updated October 28 at 9:52 AM Gov. Ron DeSantis and the first lady are holding a roundtable discussion Tuesday afternoon regarding the opioid crisis. During the event, the governor announced a $5 million pilot program to help fight the crisis. The program, called…
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INTERNATIONAL RECOVERY DAY

Until now, recovery communities have been limited to uniting and celebrating recovery by holding local rallies, walks, and other events. Through the use of the Internet we can now bridge the geographical and time zone barriers, allowing us to join all folks in recovery from all addictions, including all recovery pathways – all around the…
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Coronavirus causing rise in drug, alcohol relapses among people in recovery, expert says

By Alexandria Hein | Fox News As the nation gets more stringent about non-essential travel and bans on group gatherings to slow the spread of coronavirus, one expert says the pandemic may result in an unintended rise in drug and alcohol relapses among those who are in recovery. “Yes, we are already starting to see an increase in relapses,” Dayry Hulkow, M.S.,…
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AA, 12-step programs more effective at maintaining sobriety

March 11 (UPI) — Twelve-step programs still work for people trying to recover from alcohol problems, a new analysis has found. A study published Wednesday by the Cochrane Library shows Alcoholics Anonymous, or AA, and clinically-related 12-Step Facilitation programs are more effective than other treatments, including cognitive behavioral therapy. Researchers say that participants in AA and 12-step programs…
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