The Recovery Community Center (RCC) provides our participants the resources to begin the first steps of the transitional living program and doubles as a commune hall that can hold up to 200 people open to hosting various internal and external community events. The RCC is peer-run, meaning the entire staff is in long-term recovery and understands the needs and wants of our participants who enter the doors seeking help. Everyone at Healing House would like to extend our sincere thanks and gratitude to all who have and continue to devote their time and personal donations to support making the RCC a reality. Your blessing has allowed us to help hundreds of people so far, with so many more to come!
Every Friday, the Healing House community comes together at the RCC to worship, eat dinner, and create conversation per the Alpha Guide. The Alpha Guide opens the floor for our participants to discuss faith and the Lord. On some Fridays, we get to celebrate participants who have reached a specific point in their recovery, share testimonies, or invite guest speakers to express how faith has changed their life!
Family Reunification is a very important step for many people in recovery. This is the healing and renewing of those broken bonds shattered by substance abuse. The RCC provides the Family Reunification Room to meet these needs. It is a safe, comfortable, and private area for supervised and unsupervised visits between families.
The evolution of technology has increased the skill gap between applicants who may not share the same access to resources to obtain these basic computer skills required. At the RCC, we have a computer lab open daily for our participants to regain lost or stolen documents and have an opportunity to learn computer skills while practicing their recovery. This gives our participants a greater chance at securing employment, who are guided by our employment specialist. The employment specialist helps our participants practice their computer skills by navigating jobs online and creating resumes.
other services offered:
- Relapse prevention
- ID & Social Security Card acquirement
- Food stamp acquirement
- Health insurance acquirement
- Healing House and community meals
- Recovery meetings
For more information
Please call the RCC front desk at (816) 920-7181
Monday – Friday: 7:30 am – 7 pm
Saturday: 9 am – 10 am & 6 pm – 7 pm