Welcome to the RECOVER Project

We exist to foster recovery and empower individuals, families, and our community.

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Our Visit with Anthony Bourdain

Anthony Bourdain came by to share some of his experience, strength and hope while filming Parts Unknown.

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Sober Social Events

There’s always something fun going on at the RECOVER Project!

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Recovery is Possible!

With our mission to reduce stigma, we are not afraid to step out into the community and put a positive face on recovery.

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Yoga: Join Instructors from the Franklin Community Cooperative in the RPX Mondays at 5:30pm
Journey Dance Tuesdays at 5:30pm in the RPX.

Our Mission

The RECOVER Project is a safe, welcoming community that supports recovery by sharing the wisdom of our lived experience and strengthens our community through full participation. We create resource connections, advocate to overcome barriers and promote the reality that recovery is possible for all. Participate, Grow, Recover.

Annual Salisbury Beach Trip!

Join us for our annual trip to Salisbury Beach!

Meeting at the RECOVER project at 7 a.m. Saturday morning. Leaving promptly at 7:15 a.m.
August 18th is a rain date. Same info applies.

Bring sunscreen, plenty of water, and lunch.
Sign-up is now closed.

A $10 non-refundable deposit is required.
This money goes to gas and parking.

For questions, contact the Social Involvement Committee or connect with Kaitlyn John at kjohn@wmtcinfo.org

Annual Recovery Jam 2018!

Join us for our RECOVERY JAM 2018! 
Camp Kee-wanee
1 Health Camp Road, Greenfield, MA

September is National Recovery Month, and RECOVER Project’s Social Involvement Committee is putting on the bash of the year! We’re also celebrating our 15th anniversary of the Recovery Jam AND of The RECOVER Project!

Join us on Saturday, September 22nd for the Annual Recovery Jam! We’ll be celebrating our recovery from 12pm-8pm at Camp Kee-wanee! Food will be served from 3-5pm first come, first serve and while supplies last.

As always, this is a drug and alcohol-free event. If you have any questions or need more information please contact The RECOVER Project at (413) 774-5489 or stop by!

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The RECOVER Project is a non-profit organization that runs on donations from people like you. If you can help support our mission, click the button below, and mark “The RECOVER Project” as the “Designation”. Thank you!


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