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Green Bay, Wisconsin

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THE GATHERING PLACE 

A peer recovery center for adults who live with a mental health condition or a substance use challenge as well operated by peers. We understand! 

SUMMER EDITION OF GATHERED NEWS HOT OFF THE PRESS! 

The theme of this newsletter is "community." Read about how to step out of your comfort zone and engage with the community. Go to the library, ride the bus, or go out for a cup of coffee.

 

We will be having a community outing to the Farmers Market on Broadway, the Safe Haven Pet Sanctuary, and the Lucky 7 Dog Rescue.


Date: Wednesday, July 10 at 3:00 p.m.

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The Gathering Place is staffed and managed 100% by people who have a mental health condition who may also have a substance use challenge. Who better to promote recovery than someone who has already walked the journey?

We call each other "peers."

We welcome you to participate in The Gathering Place's recovery-oriented programs and activities. Attend a support group. Learn something new in an educational class. Join in a wellness program or mindful activity. Or just come to socialize and be! By engaging in these opportunities, you will become empowered. Empowerment is the feeling of "I got this!"

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Hope is one small word with such a significant impact. Hope is the light at the end of the tunnel that guides us through difficult times and helps us overcome adversities.


Hope can be a powerful tool for healing and personal growth. Our members struggling with life challenges cling to the hope that things will get better. And with some work, they do.


Hope leads to healing. Healing leads to recovery. Recovery leads to living a life of meaning and purpose. Who doesn’t want meaning and purpose in their life?

MAKE A DONATION

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Help a member to live a self-satisfying quality of life!

The Gathering Place is a 501 (c) (3) charitable organization and depends on donations and grants to expand upon our recovery-oriented services. We are always seeking donations both monetary and in-kind.

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