Thank you Senator Patty Murray!
“We are facing a crisis when it comes to mental health and substance use disorders – and the COVID-19 pandemic only made the crisis worse, especially for individuals struggling with homelessness,” said Senator Patty Murray (D-WA). “Groups like the Everett Recovery Café are on the frontlines of this crisis; from their relapse prevention classes to recovery coaches—they are making a real difference in our community. I fought hard to secure federal dollars for Everett Recovery Café so they can continue to support those recovering from the trauma of homelessness, addiction, and mental health.”
Volunteers help hold the spirit of Everett Recovery Café by nurturing a sense of loving community and a culture of recovery for everyone who comes through our doors. Opportunities abound for people who wish to share their time and gifts with the Everett Recovery Café community.
Everett Recovery Café is here to support all people in all phases of their journey: whether new to recovery, after a difficult transition, 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!
We are open for in-person! New Member Introductions are held every other Wednesday at 4pm.
Check out our new Schedule page! Classes are growing at the Café!
- Be drug and alcohol-free for a minimum of 24 hours before coming to the Café
- Participate in a weekly Recovery Circle or let staff know when you must be absent
- Commit to participating in community service at the Café
- Practice the guiding principles of the Everett Recovery Café community