Whether you're new to Willow and want to explore or you've been around a while and want to go a little deeper, you've picked a good place to start.
Frequently Asked Questions
When does RECOVER meet? RECOVER meets from 7:30–9 p.m. on most Wednesday nights throughout the year. RECOVER is closed on the following nights in 2019: April 17, July 3, August 7, September 4, November 27, December 18 & 25. Room changes: April 24, May 5 (meet in Blue Sky 2, downstairs from Entrance D).
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.