The Council on Recovery
Since our founding in 1946, the Council on Recovery has been at the forefront of helping individuals and families whose lives have been affected by alcoholism, drug abuse, and other addictions. At The Council’s John P. McGovern, M.D. Campus, we offer a number of venues designed to accommodate common event set-ups. In line with our vision of an addiction-free society, all our venues are alcohol free, drug free and smoke free environments.
In addition to holding regular recovery meetings and therapy, The Council on Recovery helps the community by organizing numerous educational & experiential meetings, trainings, presentations and workshops. Use the orange button in the bottom right corner to search through our activity calendar.
Bring your family and join the Center for Recovering Families as we discuss co-dependency and its effect on a relationship. No registration required, seating is limited.Find out more »
Co-hosted by the Sante Center for Healing and presented by Dr. Jason Doorish, LPC-S, CSAT, this important CEU workshop will instruct social work professionals on a new way of approaching the assessment process. Three CEU credits will be offered, including 1 ethics credit. Light breakfast is included.Find out more »