Come See Us!
Visiting the café is an excellent opportunity to experience all that the Recovery Café has to offer. Come by for a hot drink, a delicious dinner and Community Time in our space. Let us know how we can best support you in your recovery and life.
We are open three days a week: Monday 4:00pm-8:00pm Thursday 4:00pm-8:00pm Friday 10:00am-3:00pm
New Member Introductions
We invite you to join us as a guest during our regular hours to learn more about the Recovery Café. If you are interested in membership, please join us every Thursday for New Member Introductions.
Attend a New Member Introduction
As a New Member, we hold Introductions in our Café and provide an overview of our Café model. We can also provide resources and opportunities and outline the ways that you can get involved. Upon completing a New Member Introduction, you will officially be a member of our Café!
Part of membership is becoming a part of a Recovery Circle. After that, you are welcome to participate in all the café and School for Recovery activities.
If you are interested in membership, please join us every Thursday for New Member Introductions.
Membership requirements are simple:
- You will need to be drug and alcohol-free for a minimum of 24 hours before coming to the cafe.
- Participate in a weekly Recovery Circle and let staff know when you will be absent.
- You will be asked to commit to participating in community service at the Café.
- Practice the guiding principles of the Recovery Café community.
Membership at the Recovery Café Hamilton County is a great opportunity to find stability in what can otherwise be a chaotic journey. There are many great tools and benefits that Members are able to access while active at Recovery Café, including:
- A delicious and nutritious meal each day we are open.
- School for Recovery classes focusing on a variety of topics including relapse prevention, building healthy relationships, skill building, painting, writing, yoga, and much more.
- A supportive healing community of women and men in recovery from homelessness, addiction, trauma, and other mental health challenges.
- A Recovery Circle in which you experience being known and loved.
- Opportunities to help run the facility and participate in the healing work of this space.
- Referral help to access other services as needed.