Tin Roof Meeting Moves to Communities for Recovery

In 2007, Bob Davis and his wife Elisabeth opened Mentor & Recovery (M&R) as a sober living house for men in Austin. Their motto was, “More than a bed and a Big Book.” With that in mind, M&R certainly became much more than just a place to sleep and work on steps, it became a…

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Support the Summer Toiletry Drive

Donate items to help us break down barriers to recovery! Building sustainable recovery can be especially difficult for our peers facing housing instability because they are worried about finding safe shelter, food, and other basic necessities. CforR’s Peer Recovery Coaches and volunteers work with our peers to build individualized plans to achieve their full potential.…

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Family and Friends Recovery Program at CforR Begins

New Family and Friends Program Begins at CforR Substance use disorders destroy relationships. The family and friends who witness their loved one’s disease deal with pain, confusion, and a whole host of other emotions. When I found out my son was using crack cocaine in his early 30s, I didn’t know what to do or who…

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Capitol Roundup: February 2017

This week, we have a Texas Capitol Roundup from our Peer Policy Fellow, Reggie Smith. Follow him on Twitter at @regnrecovery. The 85th Legislative Session has gotten off to a tumultuous start. Immigration, bathroom bills and budget cuts are all hot topics on the agenda this session. However, several mental health and substance use bills…

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McLester Awards Nomination Process is Open!

The Annual Mac McLester Awards nominations are due by March 1st! These annual awards honor people who have made exceptional contributions to our recovery community. The Champion of Recovery award goes to a professional working in the field of recovery. The Spirit of Recovery award goes to someone who has made an impact primarily through volunteer…

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