ANNOUNCEMENT: FOR THE HEALTH AND SAFETY OF OUR GROUP PARTICIPANTS, STAFF AND COMMUNITY, AS OF FRIDAY, JANUARY 7, 2022, ALL PROGRAM SERVICES INCLUDING GROUP MEETINGS/ACTIVITIES/ETC. WILL BE MOVED REMOTELY. PLEASE CONTACT YOUR RECOVERY COACH DIRECTLY FOR DETAILS. IF YOU ARE NEW TO THE PROGRAM, PLEASE CALL 210-227-2634 OR EMAIL INFO@RISERECOVERY.ORG FOR MORE INFORMATION AND DETAILS ON HOW TO CONNECT. WE LOOK FORWARD TO RETURNING TO IN-PERSON SERVICES AS SOON AS IT IS DEEMED SAFE. WE THANK YOU FOR YOUR UNDERSTANDING.
WE’D LOVE FOR YOU TO JOIN US!
Call 210-227-2634 to get details on our meetings, classes and activities.
There are four education classes: Substance Use Education, Family Dynamics, Defense Mechanisms/Feelings of Grief & Loss, and Resentment & Forgiveness/Tools of the Program. If you miss a class you can attend the next time that class is offered, which is every four weeks. No credit for the same topic twice.
Our Monday Family Group meeting is available virtually only and is open to family members, ages 18 plus, of those struggling with drugs or alcohol. Questions? Please call 210-227-2634 and ask to speak to a Family Group staff member who can give you instruction on how to join this virtual meeting. Please call at least two hours before the scheduled meeting.
Beginning Monday, August 9th, our Monday Youth Group meeting will be held virtually only. To join this virtual meeting, please call 210-227-2634 and ask to speak to one of our Youth Peer Coaches so they can give you instructions. Please call at least two hours before the scheduled meeting. Thank you!
Our veteran peer support group serves veterans and their family members. To join this virtual meeting, please contact Dawnya Janousek at 210-227-2634, ext. 122. She will provide you with details of our veterans group and instructions to join the Zoom meeting.
Our program was developed for and is led by veterans. Veteran peers are a trusted guide; a fellow veteran who has gone through a familiar journey and a lasting social connection that can support them over the years to come.
For veterans, a peer-based recovery community can be critical in helping them achieve and maintain their sobriety. Rise Recovery aims to bring both peace and recovery to the veteran and restore the resilience of every family member. At Rise Recovery, we understand that when we address the whole family, studies support that we can reduce divorce, family violence, child abuse, and neglect. In a community of over 150,000 veterans making up over 11% of the population, Rise Recovery understands this critical need.