Discovery in Recovery
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2013 Discovery in Recovery Meetings
At Center for Discovery, we understand that one of the key guarantors of success after residential treatment is having a viable support system in place at discharge. We believe that Discovery in Recovery can be an integral part of that system. Center for Discovery provides the Discovery in Recovery programs free to all Center for Discovery residents and alumni, their families and members of the community seeking support with substance abuse and eating disorders. Our unique program consists of parent and young people’s support group meetings run by counselors at various locations. Current Discovery in Recovery meetings include 12-step meetings for substance abuse recovery and mental health disorders and eating disorder support groups.
Eating Disorder Support Group
The Discovery in Recovery eating disorder support group began as the Center for Discovery eating disorder alumni group. This group has now grown into a community resource for eating disorder recovery. The group consists of interested individuals, Center for Discovery residents and alumni, and family members who have come together to share their strengths and struggles with eating disorders in a supportive atmosphere. There are no dues or fees for Discovery in Recovery membership. All are welcome here and you are welcome to bring your friends and family, the only requirement is that they share in our desire for recovery. Parents and young people meet separately and the groups are led by a coordinator and therapist.
Our weekly meetings are facilitated by 12-step coordinators and are open to any young person or parent seeking support with substance abuse or mental health issues. Our Discovery in Recovery meetings are free and if we are not able to help you, we will help find someone who can. Parents and young people meet separately and the Discovery in Recovery meetings utilize the philosophies of Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, and Al-Anon. Center for Discovery residents meet with a Discovery in Recovery coordinator during treatment to help them develop a personalized 12-step meeting plan and introduces them to a calendar of sober events.