For years, we’ve enjoyed an exceptionally enthusiastic and welcoming recovering community.
It hasn’t always been this way. There was a time when some meetings didn’t welcome treatment groups. That may have been due to treatment providers failing to respect the recovering community or taking it for granted.
However, in the late 1990s, local treatment providers started paying more attention to being respectful of the recovering community and maintaining role clarity. They result has been a much more synergistic relationship with the community providing vigorous, enduring, natural support for people in treatment and treatment programs respectfully creating opportunities for service and emphasizing the importance of these nature peer support relationships/groups.