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Naloxone trainings will be offered to the public at NO COST every Friday at 10:30 am at:
Communities for Recovery, 4110 Guadalupe, Bldg. 635, Austin, TX 78751
*Brought to you courtesy of the Austin Area Opioid Workgroup and Communities for Recovery
Large speaker meeting/potluck for recovery community featuring local and national AA speakers meets third Saturday each month at Riverbend Church.
All are welcome.
SHINE is an acronym for “sustainable health I now enjoy.” A positive affirmation of the intention to maintain healthy living practices in recovery. This wellness program is based on SAMHSA’s eight dimensions of wellness, with each weekly class offering different topics based on this wellness model.Find out more »
The Austin ROSC Initiative works to educate and connect individuals and organizations to create an individual-centered, longer-term, broader-based support system for recovery. Open stakeholder monthly meetings, fourth Friday each month, consist of educational speakers focusing on ROSC and organizations engaging in recovery focused work. Sponsored lunch. Meeting location changes occasionally....see website for current information.Find out more »
Vendors, music & your favorite autumnal flavors on tap. Costume contest & Horror Movie Trivia with prizes!Find out more »
Come to Art Beat Dance Center (AKA "Club Art Beat" for some Halloween fun! We will be playing dance party jams and Halloween classics all night long, with a costume contest at 10pm! Non-alcoholic refreshments and glow sticks provided! (Costumes not required for entry) $5 at the door. 18+.Find out more »
Alanons Mike and Barbara N. share their experience, strength, and hope in their relationship through recovery.Find out more »
Professional networking group meets second Wednesday of each month and provides updates for substance abuse, chemical dependency, and related mental health community. Lunch is provided. RSVP requested. Location changes each month.Find out more »
The Opioid Work Group's mission will be to bring together the recovery community to identify gaps in service, best practices, needed and existing resources, and whatever else the group sees fit to assist the population that has history or presently suffers from opioid dependency. This group will welcome and include those that work with Medically Assisted Recovery Services as well as the Harm Reduction community. Please come share your experience and your questions with us.Find out more »