Recovery Cafe Programs
Recovery Cafe holds 44 Recovery Circles weekly for Members. Recovery Circles are loving, accountability support groups that promote healing, community, and responsibility.
Recovery Cafe serves a nourishing and nutritious lunch and dinner 5 days a week. At these meals resource referral assistance is provided by Members, staff and volunteers so Members can make the best use of available services in the Seattle community.
The School for Recovery offers a psycho-educational curriculum to deepen participants understanding of the addictive process, skill building for relapse prevention as well as development of life skills, and encourages healthy living through movement, art, texts, discussion, self reflection and assessment, writing, meditation, nutrition and healthy relationships.
Recovery Cafe hosts 22 12-step meetings including Alcoholics Anonymous (in English & Spanish), Narcotics Anonymous, Dual Recovery Anonymous, Overeaters Anonymous, and Alanon in a dedicated space.
Recent Successes and Current Challenges
Recovery Cafe has only $100,000 left to raise to complete our comprehensive $12.7 million capital campaign. The increased programming and service capacity this campaign has made possible has more than tripled the number of people served.
We have increased Membership from 120 to 360 women and men.
Recovery Cafe was awarded the Innovation and Community Engagement Award from Food Lifeline in 2012. Boeing Employees Community Fund just awarded Recovery Cafe a grant to purchase a truck to pick up food and other items from Food Lifeline, Northwest Harvest, area restaurants and other partners.