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8th Annual Client Graduation

The Women’s Recovery Center celebrated the 8th annual Client Graduation at the Cleveland Airport Marriott.  The event was attended by more than 125 graduates, family members, sponsors and Community leaders.  Forty-seven women were eligible to graduate from the Women’s Recovery Center’s addiction treatment facility and the graduation ceremony gives everyone a glimpse at the hard...

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National Recovery Month

Each September is recognized as National Recovery Month to increase awareness and understanding of substance use disorders and to celebrate the lives of women and families that recover. The theme is Join the Voices for Recovery: Strengthen Families and Communities. To commemorate this special month, the Women’s Recovery Center is hosting our 8th annual Client...

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29th Annual Run,Jane,Run – Women’s Golf Tourament & Obstacle Course

In reflecting on the 29th annual run,jane,run, we celebrated a new event, the great obstacle course challenge at Euphoria and completed the sports festival at Coppertop Cherokee Hills  with the women’s golf tournament.  Although on Friday we had to dodge a few thunderstorms, the tournament began with a shotgun start.  Deb Hennessy’s foursome Chipsters found...

Run,Jane,Run – The Great Obstacle Challenge
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Run,Jane,Run – The Great Obstacle Challenge

The Great Obstacle Challenge was an incredible event this past Sunday. There were more than 20 volunteers spread throughout the course filled with twenty obstacles including climbing a cargo net, carrying a log, and flipping tires. This inaugural event drew 56 competitors. During the planning of event it became apparent to us that the obstacle...

Let them Die? No, Recovery is Possible
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Let them Die? No, Recovery is Possible

On June 23rd Middlefield, Ohio Councilman Dan Picard asked the Village Council if it is necessary to send first responders to calls for individuals that have had three or more overdoses, stating the stress on first responders and the costs associated with the life-saving interventions.  After reading the article it was shocking to read the...