Frequently Asked Questions 

  • When does RECOVER meet? RECOVER meets from 7–8:30 p.m. on most Wednesday nights throughout the year. RECOVER is closed on the following nights in 2020: April 8, May 20 & 27, July 1, August 5, September 2, November 25, December 23 & 30. 
  • Do I need to register? Nope! Just show up. You have the option to sign in, but registration isn't required.
  • Is there a cost? No. RECOVER is free.
  • I'm not much of a churchgoer. Can I still come? Absolutely! RECOVER welcomes everyone—from all churches and faith backgrounds, or no faith at all.
  • Your building is big! Which entrance should I use? Park near Entrance F. RECOVER is in the Activity Center, located just inside the Entrance F doors, and across from Harvest Food Court. (Coming straight from work? Harvest offers lots of food options.)
  • What kind of issues can RECOVER help me overcome? RECOVER groups help two primary types of people: Those who are struggling with relationships, and those who are working on their own unhelpful patterns and coping mechanisms. Common issues include: setting healthy boundaries; helping a loved one with an addictive pattern; finding your voice; issues with control or anger; people pleasing (codependency); alcohol abuse; prescription drug addiction or illegal drug use; sexual betrayal; pornography; food issues; gaming; gambling; social-media addiction; and more. If you're open to grow and heal, you'll find help here. 
  • Is RECOVER offered in Spanish? Willow's Spanish-language church, Casa de Luz, offers its own recovery program, Recupérate, in Spanish.
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