Recovery Enrichment Series: Lucinda Porter, RN presents Hepatitis C: Preventable and Curable

July 20, 2014

Lucinda K. Porter, RN, author of Free from Hepatitis C and Hepatitis C Treatment One Step at a Time is a nurse and health educator, who is free from hepatitis C. She has worked in the hepatitis C field since 1997, is a member of the Hepatitis C Support Project advisory board and writes for various publications, including the HCV Advocate. Lucinda was a clinical research nurse at Stanford University Medical Center’s Hepatology division for ten years. She spoke at TEDxWomen and was named the top Social Health Maker in hepatitis C in 2013. Lucinda’s books, blogs and articles offer practical tips, humor and encouragement, guiding patients to live well and free from the burden of hepatitis C. For more information, to read her blog, or to connect with Lucinda, visit www.LucindaPorterRN.com, Facebook @LucindaPorterRN, Twitter https://twitter.com/LucindaPorterRN

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. mkelley@corr.us

Continuing Education Credits now available for the upcoming Recovery Enrichment Series: Hepatitis C: Preventable and Curable, Presented by Lucinda Porter, RN.

Community Recovery Resources is approved to provide two (2.0) continuing education units (CEU’s):
BBS #PCE2459
, CAADAC #5-01-456-0215.

August 21st, 2014
5:30pm – 7:30pm
The Campus
180 Sierra College Drive, Grass Valley, CA 95945

Download Flyer HERE

RSVP to Melissa Kelley
Email: mkelley@corr.us
Phone: (530) 273-9541 ext. 226

Special Guest Speaker, Dr. Christina Lasich presents Foods that Trigger Pain and Relapse

March 10, 2014

Please join us for our second installment of the new Recovery Enrichment Series kicked off in February by coveted speaker, Father Tom Weston. We are pleased to announce that the distinguished Dr. Lasich will be presenting on Foods that Trigger Pain and Relapse. 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.

RES 04_24_2014 FeatureAbout Dr. Christina Lasich
Dr. Christina Lasich, M.D. began her medical career after graduating from the University of California, Davis School of Medicine with honors. Her interests in orthopedics and physical therapy lead her to the field of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. This specialty field serves those with chronic conditions with an emphasis on improving quality of life and independence. After leaving residency training, she returned to her hometown of Grass Valley, CA to open her practice in 2001. She quickly found an underserved population of people with chronic pain, especially women in pain. Her life, her practice, and her book – High Heels To Hormones – all reflect a philosophy that pain is a signal for the individual to improve habits, life-style, and nutrition. She views pain as the ultimate motivator and that pain is also a doorway to transformation.

Continuing Education Credits now available for the upcoming Recovery Enrichment Series: Foods that Trigger Pain and Relapse, Presented by Dr. Christina Lasich, CoRR Medical Director.

Community Recovery Resources is approved to provide two (2.0) continuing education units (CEU’s):
BBS #PCE2459
, CAADAC #5-01-456-0215.

To read more about Dr. Lasich’s remarkable contribution to our community, visit her website. www.healingwomeninpain.comFoods that Trigger Pain and Relapse 4-24-14

April 24, 2014

5:30pm – 7:30pm

The Campus

180 Sierra College Drive

Grass Valley, CA 95945

RSVP to:

Email: srogers@corr.us

Phone: 530-273-7956530-273-7956

Click HERE to view and download flyer

If you have any questions feel free to call Shelley Rogers: 530-586-1088530-586-1088.

Upcoming Events

January 3, 2014

Upcoming Events to Save the Dates

Thursday, February 13th, 2014

Saturday, February 22nd, 2014

March 2014

Sunday, June 8th, 2014

Special Guest Speaker, Father Tom Weston kicks off the Recovery Enrichment Series

January 2, 2014

We are so excited to announce the launch of the new Recovery Enrichment Series and our first very special guest speaker, Father Tom Weston.  You won’t want to miss this opportunity to be inspired and enrich your journey! Tom is a very highly regarded and popular speaker in the recovery community we anticipate filling up quickly. Space is limited so please RSVP right away to reserve your seat.

February 13th

5:30pm – 7:30pm

The Campus

180 Sierra College Drive

Grass Valley, CA 95945

RSVP to:

Email: lautiedottie@aol.com

Phone: 530-477-6759

Click HERE to view and download flyer

If you have any questions feel free to call Shelley Rogers: 530-586-1088.

2013 Golf Registration Now Open!

May 28, 2013

The 12th Annual Bill Schultz Golf Classic is coming up soon. Registration is NOW OPEN!

Please join us Sunday July 21st  as we return  to a local treasure, the Alta Sierra Country Club for our 2013 Golf Classic.  Registration remains at only $125 all inclusive of golf, cart, lunch, dinner, range balls, tee prizes, and much more. With players supporting fees, 100% of money generated by participation and sponsorships directly supports our programs for children and families.  Last year, support from this event helped us reunite 74 children with their mothers at Hope House, our residential program for women; and serve over 2000 people each month throughout all of our sites. Just in the last six months, 80 children have received love, support, assessment, and healthy food at our Campus child development program. THIS IS HOW YOUR PARTICIPATION AND SPONSORSHIP HELPS!

Then…. Visit our Registration page, or get information on becoming a Sponsor of the 2013 Golf Classic. More Info

CoRR Supporters Get “Locked up for good”

February 18, 2013

This silly event is a serious fundraiser for CoRR. The event consists of enlisting dedicated community volunteers and placing them in a virtual “Jail” on trumped up charges of wanton volunteerism or excessive meeting attendance. These “bailees” then try to raise “bail”—donations to CoRR—to get them out of Jail.

One of CoRR’s favorite events, Jail and Bail brings together community leaders, and ordinary citizens for a common cause… battling the disease of addiction. This year, KNCO and KAHI Radio Stations are graciously sponsoring this fun-filled event where hundreds of citizens have volunteered their time in the name of fun – and a good cause. On the day of this event, volunteer “Jailbirds” serve time in a mock jail that doubles as KNCO Radio Station. “Prisoners” are arraigned before a volunteer Judge or (Jim Kerr) on trumped-up, outlandish charges like “recklace golf-cart driving”. Their sentence is to spend an hour in the “slammer” (KNCO) Radio Station and KAHI Radio in Auburn, where they raise bail in the form of donations to Community Recovery Resources.

This year, the event comes with a new touch…WANTED posters hosting the “bailee” photo and caution warning. This year’s sensational line-up can always use company. If you would like to join as a bailee for CoRR, please contact Melissa Kelley at mkelley@corr.us in Nevada County or Mora Rowe at mrowe@corr.us in Placer County.

Here’s a list of our 2013 BAILEES:

Ashley Taylor – Student Body President at Ghidotti High School

Chuck Ryan – Long time CoRR Board Member

Cheryl Maki – Former Auburn Mayor and businesswoman

BAM – Business Women of Faith Nevada County Tapestry

Ty Conners – Deputy Sheriff in Placer County

Traci Peters – Auburn Programs Director (CoRR)

Eric Jensen – Serenity House Counselor

Becka Callahan – Adolescent Counselor (CoRR)

Cindy Argento – Realtor

Stephanie Ortiz – Dean of Students at Sierra College, Nevada County Campus

Nanci Clinch – Family Law Attorney

Allison Swartzendruber – Interior Designer, volunteer enthusiast

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