To strengthen the recovery community through peer and family support, public education and advocacy.
How Work Addiction Could Be Hurting Your Career Without Your Knowledge
There are many faces of work addiction, and sometimes it’s hard to detect. All work addicts work too much, but not all act alike. Some are too careless, others too ploddingly scrupulous. Some can’t get started; others plunge in on a dozen projects and finish little. The end result of these differing work styles may look the same from the outside—an unbalanced life dominated by long hours at the office—but each face expresses a different set of emotional vulnerabilities.
Springs Recovery Connection provides Peer Recovery Coaching at UC Health - Memorial Central. We have a CRAFT Family Program and Family Advocate on staff and we provide family telephone support and weekly family groups. SRC works with the Specialty Courts and we operate a Jail and Incarceration Program. SRC also provides services and training to treatment centers and hosts weekly support groups that embrace multiple paths to recovery. We have dedicated Peer Coaches on staff and provide telephone recovery support to anyone who calls. We operate our own Peer Coach Training Academy. It's been a busy year.
5 natural ways to boost your mental health during stressful times
Life today is razor's-edge tense. If your regular coping methods aren't measuring up, there are science-backed actions we can add on our own to ease anxiety, depression and stress — all done naturally, no doctor's note required.
“Know the truth and the truth will set you free- but first it will really piss you off”. I’m not sure where that saying comes from, but it has been my experience. One of the many hard truths that my sponsor shared with me over the years is the fact that real recovery is largely about true inner maturity. I didn’t want to hear this because, first, I didn’t want to hear the truth that I was immature, and second, I did not want to grow up.
SRC Impact: Healing our Community through work with families
Springs Recovery Connection has served over 100 family members since 2019. In 2020 we have added a new CRAFT (Community Reinforcement and Family Training) family group facilitator and a new Family Advocate.
My name is Angie Neeley and I am a woman in long term recovery. For me, that means several things: I haven’t had any alcohol or drugs that weren’t prescribed to me since October 5, 1988 and I have an opportunity to give back that which has been freely given to me.
My proudest accomplishment is completing my bachelor’s degree in 2012 that was begun in 1979(when I began my drinking.) It’s amazing how enjoyable learning can be when I’m not drunk or hungover.