CoRR, the CoRR Alumni Association, and the Coalition for a Drug Free Nevada County invite you to join the voices of recovery on September 26th, 2014 from 4:00pm to 7:00pm at the Grass Valley Campus (180 Sierra College Drive) in celebration of those who are recovering and the people and organizations who make recovery possible. This annual celebration of recovery serves as a symbol of hope because we recognize that people can and do recover and offer hope to families struggling with addiction. Download flyer HERE
We have arranged for the UCLA Integrated Substance Abuse Programs (ISAP) Training Team to facilitate training on Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) and Motivational Interviewing (MI) on Monday, September 29th at Sierra Nevada Memorial Outpatient Center Conference Rooms.
Registration is now open and the attached flyer includes the registration form and instructions on the back side. Click HERE to download the registration form or register online at the bottom of this page.
Please forward this training information to your colleagues and contact Shelley Rogers, Program Coordinator, Coalition for a Drug Free Nevada County should you have any questions at 530-273-7956. REGISTER HERE
The proceeds for this year’s golf classic will benefit Full Circle Adolescent Services (Full Circle), a division of Community Recovery Resources (CoRR), a non-profit organization located in Roseville. Its mission is to provide support and education to teens and family members to reduce the harmful effects of adolescent substance abuse. With individual, group and family therapy, Full Circle helps teens choose to stay in school and plan a bright future. CLICK HERE to Register to Golf, Sponsor, or attend as a Guest
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The Full Circle gala highlights the work we do with adolescents and their families in our community and celebrate their success. This year’s theme, Race for Recovery, is inspired by the elegant style and prestige of the Monaco Grand Prix. Ticket sales and Sponsorship Registration will be available soon! Hold on to your bleachers race fans as we pick up the pace and rev up our services!
All proceeds raised fund our programs to help teens who are experiencing challenges with substance abuse.
Recovery Enrichment Series – Thursday, August 21st, 2014 – Lucinda Porter, RN presents Hepatitis C: Preventable and Curable
Please join us for our fourth installment of the Recovery Enrichment Series. Special Guest Speaker, Lucinda Porter, RN presents Hepatitis C: Preventable and Curable. You won’t want to miss this opportunity to be inspired and enrich your journey! Space is limited so please RSVP right away to reserve your seat. firstname.lastname@example.org
Continuing Education Credits now available for the upcoming Recovery Enrichment Series: Hepatitis C: Preventable and Curable, Presented by Lucinda Porter, RN. READ MORE
News and Blogs: Community Voices Speak Up
We are constantly immersed in stories—from television news to films, novels and TV programs. The inspiring real-life stories we tell here are stories of faith, hope and love, stories of challenges overcome as well as small unexpected moments of grace. More importantly, our inspiring true stories are about and by people like you. People who have discovered how to live their lives with more hope and joy and, through their stories and experiences, have helped others to do the same. This is an opportunity for you to share a piece of your story with others. You can ask for your name to be left out for anonymity and share your story in a general way.
Want to submit an article, idea, or opinion in our Community Voices section:
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- Please include your name, email address, and phone number for follow up contact
- Email submissions to email@example.com
If you have questions about submitting or would like more information, please contact Melissa Kelley 530-273-9541 ext. 226 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Northern California Drug and Alcohol Treatment Services
Community Recovery Resources (CoRR) has successfully supported men, women, adolescents, and families to recover from substance abuse and related mental health issues since 1974. Nestled in the beautiful Sierra Nevada Foothills of Northern California, CoRR combines science-based practices with compassionate and holistic supports for mind, body, and spirit. Read More
Addiction is the doorway to transformation. At CoRR, we offer quality programs that open the door to recovery because we know
that people can and do recover from alcoholism and substance abuse… Click HERE to listen…
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