Welcoming Sauk Valley Voices of Recovery & Recovery Friendly Workplace IL to Discover Dixon!
What a fantastic day we had last Thursday in welcoming Sauk Valley Voices of Recovery and Recovery Friendly Workplace IL as our newest #DiscoverDixon investors!
These organizations are doing more than just investing in their community, they're walking the walk too! With a mission dedicated to service and helping those in recovery, on their way to recovery, or just sober-curious. One way they've spread awareness is over the Petunia Festival in which they had a sober bar area. They had incredible mocktails, with all of your favorite spirits, just without the alcohol!
Tipping The Pain Scale
Join Sauk Valley Voices of Recovery & Chicago Department of Public Health @HC3Chicago and other advocates for a discussion and community screening of Tipping The Pain Scale 6/26/22 at Fellowship Chicago.4543 South Princeton Avenue, Chicago, IL
Sauk Valley Voices of Recovery and SIU Medicine will embark on a pilot program to train individuals with lived experience to become either a certified peer recovery coach or certified recovery support specialist.
If you identify as someone with lived experience in recovery from a mental health condition or substance use challenges you may qualify for a tuition FREE training and apprenticeship program.
Training starts this fall! For more information fill out the interest form at www.siumed.edu/crss
Mobilize Recovery is stopping in Naperville, Illinois on 9/27/22 !!
Mobilize Recovery is an initiative of The Voices Project and Recovery Advocacy Project.
register to attend at https://mobilizerecovery.org/bus-tour.php
Sans X Ritual Bar
Sauk Valley Voices of Recovery, The Project OPEN & Recovery Friendly Workplace Illinois presents Sans X Ritual Bar at Petunia Festival 2022. Sans Bar is a Sober Bar started in Austin Texas by Chris Marshall. Chris tours the country doing sober events to promote equity and inclusion in all spaces.
Sober curious? In recovery? Look no further than the zero alcoholic beverages. “The dry movement is a decision to be fully present in a world that distracts us from our purpose, and tells us the solution for deep human connection and fun can only be found inside of a bottle”.