All Recovery is an inclusive, open discussion Recovery Group. In accordance with SAARA’s mission, all pathways to recovery
are honored in this group.
General recovery principles, as opposed to 12 step principles, are explored by the participants.
Letting Go focuses on building self-esteem in recovery through acceptance and self-care.
Participants learn that creating healthy lives for themselves is the foundation for healthy
relationships with others.
Marijuana Recovery is a group that supports peers who have a desire to remain abstinent from marijuana.
Friends and Family Support
Friends and Family Support is a group for family members, caregivers, and loved ones of an individual with an addiction.
This group focuses on creating a network and safe space for those who are in medically assisted recovery.
This group is for people of all ages who have a year or less in recovery. The group is led by experienced peers in long-term recovery but focused solely on the thoughts, experiences, and questions of those in early recovery.
Life Skills addresses personal growth through the exploration of new skills and experiences. This group often features speakers in long-term recovery who provide hope and inspiration.
Addictive thinking addresses the thought process that pushes individuals towards substance use regardless of the negative consequences. Participants identify personal triggers, learn coping techniques and skills to assist in long term recovery.
The Women’s Recovery Group highlights issues that are relative to women’s recovery experiences.
The SAARA Center provides an oasis of safety and confidentiality where women can discuss their challenges and gain support and resources.
The Men’s Recovery Group addresses barriers that many men find in recovery from addiction.
The SAARA Center provides a confidential space where men can meet and support each other, and where they can learn more.
Peers are encouraged to work on
computer skills, watch educational videos or engage in one-on-one sessions with peer coaches.