Redefine Recovery in Houston

Promote Recovery!

Please feel free to send us any events you are having that promote, advocate, inspire and unite the world of recovery! 

IT'S ABOUT ALL OF US, SO SHARE! 

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Recovery 101

9.15.18 Houston, TX

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About the Peer Recovery Festival and the people making it happen!

Recovery Events and Advocacy

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We believe in fearless unity, that means supporting all aspects of recovery!

Please email us your event so we can share! 

Recovery Coaching

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Become a Recovery Coach!


Peer recovery support assumes that everyone is capable of recovery, wellness and fulfilling their dreams. This strengths-based approach to recovery moves the focus away from people’s deficits and instead emphasizes strengths and capacities to resolve problems and create solutions. 


Peer Recovery Specialists

 work with their peers to:

  • Instill hope
  • Promote positive self-identity (reduce stigma*)
  • Be a role model of strength, survival and growth
  • Decrease isolation and promote connection with others
  • Support person-centered recovery
  • Engage in mutual learning—the peer support relationship is a relationship of equals

Houston Recovery Initiative

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The Houston Recovery Initiative is an effort to work toward a recovery oriented system of care (ROSC) for those who are affected by alcoholism and addiction. We create opportunities to collaborate with agencies across Houston, working together to aid those in recovery.

Long Term Recovery

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Does Peer Support really help people in recovery?