Navigating Recovery of the Lakes Region is a grassroots collaborative organization creating a supportive, recovery informed community for those affected by addiction. Our recovery center is focused on providing an open door for those seeking and/or embracing recovery as people begin and maintain the path for a productive life without alcohol or other drugs.
Let us help you navigate your journey of recovery!
WEEKLY SCHEDULE OF MEETINGS & PROGRAMS MONDAY Creative Recovery @ 10am-12pm Group Recovery Coaching @ 2-3pm Yoga @ 5:30-6:30pm TUESDAY NA Meeting @ 7:30-8:30am The Big Book Comes to Life (12-step seminar) @ 1-2pm Family Workshop 6-Week Series @ 6-7pm WEDNESDAY Group Recovery Coaching @ 2-3pm SMART Recovery Family & Friends Meeting @ 6-7pm THURSDAY NA Meeting @ noon-1pm SMART Recovery Meeting @ 6-7pm FRIDAY Group Recovery Coaching @2-3pm NA Meeting @ 7-8:30pm
A location for the recovery community to organize and support one another
A resource center for individuals and family members to receive recovery support as they navigate their journey to a life of sobriety
A center that recognizes, values, and supports multiple / various pathways to recovery
A safe place where recovery community social events and meetings can be held
A place where peer-to-peer recovery support services will be a priority
A place where assistance in removing barriers to recovery can be achieved
We advocate for those affected by addiction, help people navigate around barriers to recovery, facilitate access to recovery resources, support the community of recovery, provide peer-to-peer recovery support services, participate in the discourse to combat stigma & discrimination, and educate the community.
We believe all people deserve to be treated with dignity and respect
We strive to end discrimination against people in recovery, and those still suffering from the disease of addiction
We respect multiple pathways to recovery, because what helps one person in recovery may not work for everyone
We embrace and promote recovery in individuals, families, and communities
We appreciate the interconnectedness of individuals, families, and entire communities
We value volunteerism, service, and collaboration
We know recovery flourishes in supportive communities
We know recovery gives back what addiction has taken away
Over 20 million Americans identify as in recovery. Yet only 10% of adults who need treatment for addiction actually get services. Substance abuse disorder is a complex disease, and quitting takes more than just good intentions or strong willpower.