To Whom It May Concern, My name is Bailey, and I am an addict. When I came to the Recovery Café, I was desperate, broken, and pregnant. The Café gave me a place to come and be loved on. I was always welcome there and began developing relationships with those people I saw there everyday
Every year the Catholic Daughters of America, led by Charlene Osborn, provide a generous Thanksgiving Meal for our members. Due to the COVID pandemic, they were not able to serve a meal in 2021. However, they decided to maintain their commitment to blessing our community and served a “Gratitude” Meal on March 26th. It was
Becky came to the Café in 2017 when we were at the little house on Broadway. She had just been released from the Marysville jail after receiving a DUI and reckless endangerment charges against her daughter. She said she needed a plan and needed someone to tell her what to do. Alcohol and mental illness
Dear Friends, Accepting the role of Executive Director of the Everett Recovery Café has been one of the greatest honors of my life. Countless times in my life have I benefitted from a friend there to help me get on my feet just in the nick of time, and the opportunity to join a team
At the Café we are honored to have amazing examples of how Radical Hospitality and Love transforms people on their path of recovery.