The Everett Recovery Café is temporarily closed as recommended by our city and state leaders.  Sack lunches and coffee will be handed out from 12:30pm to 3:00pm at the front door Tuesday through Saturday.  If you have a cough, fever AND difficulty breathing – please do NOT come to the Café.

We will reopen as soon as possible under the guidance of local and state health officials.

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Café hours of operation: Tuesday 12:00 to 6:00 Wednesday -Saturday 12:00 to 4:00

Everett Recovery Café is here to support all people on their journeys, whether new to recovery, after a difficult transition or relapse, during mental health changes, or now wanting to give back in service to others.

Recovery happens.  Here, in a safe place, with support from peers, we see each other’s strengths and celebrate every marker of growth!

 

Members

New Member Introductions are Fridays at 1:00, on a first-come, first-served basis

Members attend a weekly Recovery Circle and contribute to making the Café a place of welcome and support.  We all help to keep the place running.  To be a safe place, members have 24 hours free of alcohol and drugs.

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We’re on the Move!

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.

Volunteer Profile: Sharon

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

Recovery Coach Training

in 2019, The Everett Recovery Cafe will be moving to a much larger location. We have outgrown our current location and we are excited to serve more members and offer more recovery programs.

Everett Recovery Cafe

2624 Rockefeller Ave, Everett, WA 98201

425-258-5630

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Recovery Café Network