It is a safe, welcoming, sober space which allows people from all recovery backgrounds to come together to engage in recovery support services, socialize, access information and resources, and volunteer. The Recovery Community Center has a meeting space, living room and lounge area, games (such as foosball and table tennis), and staff offices.
The people who make up the staff, board and volunteers of Recover Wyoming include individuals in long-term recovery and family members/allies of people affected by substance use disorder.
We serve recoverees (people seeking long-term recovery) and the broader community - family members, employers - basically anyone whose life has been impacted by substance use disorder.
As recoverees get their lives in order, find jobs and housing, and reconnect with family and friends in healthy ways, they go on to function as productive community members, sometimes for the first time in their lives.
Recovery doesn't happen in a vacuum. Family members, children, friends, and employers of recoverees are all a part of the recovery process. They have their own needs for information and services which Recover Wyoming strives to meet.
Recover Wyoming supports recovering persons to:
Many times, when people leave treatment centers, hospital detox, halfway houses or jail, they are left to navigate on their own. By the time they get to us, they are frustrated and discouraged. We talk with them. We walk alongside them.
No! Recover Wyoming is an RCO -- a Recovery Community Organization -- one of over 175 local and state RCO's in the nation. It is the first organization of its kind in Wyoming. RCOs are independent, non-profit entities which work to bridge the gap between treatment and long-term recovery. Recover Wyoming is closely connected to the national RCO network, allowing us to learn from the experience of others and gain access to tools and techniques proven effective in sustaining long-term recovery.
Recover Wyoming strives to increase the occurrence and quality of long-term recovery from substance use disorder across Wyoming communities through education, advocacy, training, and peer recovery support services.