WRAP - Wellness Recovery Action Plan : This group is open to everyone. We discuss the 5 key concepts to recovery: Hope, Personal Responsibility, Education, Self Advocacy, Support. We then identify what a wellness tool is, what a daily maintenance plan looks like, what triggers are., what a trigger action plan looks like, what early warning signs are, what an early warning sign action plan looks like, what does it look like when things are breaking down and what would an action plan for that entail. WRAP is designed to better assist people to identify what they can do to be better prepared to manage their own recovery. Facilitated by NC Peer Support Specialist. More information: firstname.lastname@example.org
WHAM- Whole Health Action Management: This group is open to everyone. In this group we develop and encourage an increase in resiliency, wellness, and self management of health and behavioral health for those living with addiction. Facilitated by NC Peer Support Specialist. More information: email@example.com
Spiritual Recovery Group: This group is open to everyone. In this group, we select different books that explore spiritual recovery. The first half of the hour is spent reading the book out loud in a group setting. The second half of the hour is used to discuss the book. We are currently reading Emmet Fox’s “The Sermon on the Mount.” Next book will be Richard Rhor’s “Breathing Under Water.” More information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Yoga & Meditation: Cindy Purser from The Yoga Pilates Barre guides us through a 50 minute yoga and meditation practice that caters to all ages and fitness levels. No experience is needed. Open to everyone. More information: email@example.com
Healthy Eating Class: Hosted by Laura Emery from Atrium Health. This is a four week series 1) Build a Healthy Plate 2) Healthy Fruits & Veggies 3) Sugar Shockers & Hidden Sodium 4) Eating Healthy on a Budget. Lunch is provided. Open to everyone. More information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Bible Study: Hosted by Live Forever Ministries. Everyone is welcome. A topic is discussed each week and explores what the Bible says about it. (example topics: faith, fear). More information:
AA- Alcoholics Anonymous: is an international mutual aid fellowship with the stated purpose of enabling it’s members to stay sober and help other alcoholics achieve sobriety. The only requirement for membership is a desire to quit drinking.
Al-Anon: is a family group fellowship that offers a program of recovery for the families and friends of alcoholics, whether or not the alcoholic recognizes the existence of a drinking problem or seeks help.