We have moved out of the 100 year old house on Broadway, and are temporarily located at the United Church of Christ while renovations are finished on the daylight basement of the Everett Public Market building.
*COVID-19 UPDATE:* Currently, our community space is CLOSED for meals and in-person Recovery Circles due to the recent uptick in Covid-19 cases. We are working to continue scheduled Circles for Members via Zoom, and offering limited remote services via phone. If you have any questions please call our message line at (425)-258-5630 and someone will return your phone call as soon as possible. Stay safe and be well.
Everett Recovery Café is here to support all people in all phases of their journey: whether new to recovery, after a difficult transition or relapse, during mental health changes, or now wanting to give back in service to others.
Here, in a safe place, with support from peers, we see each other’s strengths and celebrate every marker of growth!
Virtual New Member Introductions are Fridays at 1:00p. Please call 425-258-5630 for link and code.
We are still enrolling new Members into our community during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Here are the steps to join us during COVID-19 closure:
- Reach out to us at 425-258-5630. We have staff available to answer any questions about becoming a Member at the Cafe from 12:30 pm – 3:00 pm Tuesday through Saturday.
- Attend a New Member Introduction. New Member Introductions are held virtually on Friday afternoons at 1 pm.
- Please call 425-258-5630 and leave a message and we will return your call with the login information for New Member Introductions.
Members attend a weekly Recovery Circle and contribute to making the Café a place of welcome and support.
We all have a part to play. To be a safe place, Members must have 24 hours free of alcohol and drugs.
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Who is in recovery? Everyone who chooses an inward/outward journey of change, growth, and healing.
In 2006, My mom worked at the YMCA in downtown Seattle. I would walk by the Recovery Cafe on 2nd and Bell where meetings were held and lunch was served. People who had struggles were welcome there. I hung out and became a member and attended a couple of 12 step meetings and
I volunteer at the Café as a “POP”; a “person of presence”. I meet and greet both members I know well and those coming through the door for the first time. I drink coffee, eat lunch, chat, and listen. Since I’ve been a POP for more than 3 years, I witness amazing stories of personal
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