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.
Join the Santé Center for Healing at The Council on Recovery as they kick off their 2020 series with "Problem Gambling & Co-Occurring Disorders," led by Andrew Ahles, LMFT, ICGC-I. Breakfast is included,3 CEU credits will be offered.Find out more »
Join us as we gather local social workers, healthcare professionals, law enforcement, and other community leaders to tackle the public health epidemic of vaping addiction. HELP US FIGHT THIS. 5.5 CEUs will be offered. For more information on program and registration, click here.Find out more »
Nationally-known digital-age intimacy and relationship expert Rob Weiss, PhD, MSW, will present, "Understanding Disordered Intimacy: Sex, love and porn addictions." This engaging, multimedia lecture will offer insight into disordered intimacy in the digital age. Free and for the general public. Click here for more information on Rob Weiss and here to register.Find out more »
This is an opportunity for clinical professionals to meet and learn from the go-to expert on sex, love, and porn addiction. Dr. Weiss will present "Sex, Love and Addiction in the Digital Age." This engaging, multimedia training from global clinical expert and author on sexual intimacy and attachment will focus on three related clinical arenas: 1) Current tech issues related to dating and mating 2) Understanding the etiology of sex/porn and related behavioral addictions 3) Reviewing Prodependence: A new attachment…Find out more »