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CoRR to celebrate 40th anniversary

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What: Recovery Happens at The Campus celebration

When: 4-7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 26

Where: Community Recovery Resources’ The Campus, 180 Sierra College Dr. Grass Valley

Info: http://www.corr.us

Community Recovery Resources (CoRR) will celebrate its 40th year of service in Nevada County 4-7 p.m. Sept. 26, with a free family event, Recovery Happens at The Campus.

September is National Recovery Month and, as a news release notes, “recovery is happening … here, there, and everywhere!”

“As a community-based organization, we celebrate collaborative partnerships with individuals and organizations who make prevention, treatment, and recovery possible through their support and participation,” the release states. “Join us as we celebrate a day of progress in our community.



“Community Recovery Resources, the Coalition for a Drug Free Nevada County, and CoRR’s Recovery Alumni join in observance of promoting the message that prevention works, treatment is effective and people can and do recover. Behavioral health is essential to overall health. We honor and celebrate individuals and their families.”

The Coalition for a Drug Free Nevada County, Community Recovery Resources supporters, state and local dignitaries, clients new and former, Recovery Alumni Association, and SAMHSA will all be in attendance.




According to the release, more than 20 million Americans are in long-term recovery with the two-thirds of American families touched by addiction.

“There are many paths to recovery,” the release states, “including medical care and other professional treatment, group support, and self-help.”

Community Recovery Resources has been providing services in the community since 1974 and, thanks to its donors and support from the community:

— CoRR has provided 260 children with a place to thrive, learn, and feel safe in its Child Development Center.

— More than 200 adolescents have received substance abuse intervention and educational services at their school and at The Campus.

— 188 women received treatment at Hope House where 74 children were reunited with their mothers.

— 165 men received treatment at Serenity House Men’s Residential.

— Supportive Transitional Housing programs have housed 68 men and 72 women while they attended school and secured jobs and safe residency for their families.

The celebration on Sept. 26 will include a bounce house, dunk tank, Passport game, raffle, Recovery Rock painting, Fatal Vision goggles, Unity Circle, live music and 4:30 p.m. and 6 p.m. guided tours of the campus.

The event will take place at 180 Sierra College Drive, Grass Valley.

Visit http://www.corr.us for more information.


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