News from Springs Recovery Connection
August 12th, 2020
Springs Recovery Connection Mission
To strengthen the recovery community through peer and family support, public education and advocacy.
The SRC offices are now open from 9am-4pm, Monday through Friday
Zoom Fatigue is Real
For many of us, working from home during COVID-19 has meant we are spending a lot of time on video meeting applications like Zoom. The effects of this have taken us by surprise.
Having giant heads staring at us up close for long periods can be off-putting for a lot of us. Never mind that we feel we should fix our hair (COVID mullet anyone?), put on makeup, or get out of our pajamas.

Calling All Recovery Coaches
To celebrate Recovery Month, Springs Recovery Connection is offering 50% off of all Recovery Coach courses in September. Classes are filling up quickly so register today to save your seat.

Email Luke Johnson to register or call the SRC Office at 719-465-2295

Opioids 101
Opioids are a class of drugs that include the illegal drug heroin, synthetic opioids such as fentanyl, and pain relievers available legally by prescription, such as oxycodone (OxyContin®), hydrocodone (Vicodin®), codeine, morphine, and many others. Learn about the health effects of prescription opioids and read the DrugFacts on FentanylHeroin, and Prescription Opioids.

Mindfulness in Recovery
Mindfulness in Recovery’s primary mission is to provide our members with skills, activities and a supportive community to cultivate mindfulness in their daily lives, empowering them to make healthy choices in alignment with their personal values and beliefs so they can live meaningful lives in recovery.

Springs Recovery Connection offers a weekly Zoom Mindfulness in Recovery Meeting on Fridays at 3pm

Recovery Hero: Bonnie Scott
Hello, my name is Bonnie Scott and I have been clean and sober for 1 year and 2 months. Since being in recovery, I have gotten my life back. This has included receiving full custody of my daughter back in March of this year. My lowest point in addiction was when I heard my dealer tell someone: "Just give Bonnie drugs and she'll do whatever you ask." This showed me that I was no longer considered a person. I had become a 'junkie' for the drug of my choice. As of now I am currently volunteering and training at Springs Recovery Connection to become a Peer Recovery Coach..

Night of Remembrance and Hope
The Tri-County Overdose Prevention Partnership is hosting a virtual Night of Remembrance and Hope on International Overdose Awareness Day, August 31, 2020 from 6:30pm to 8pm. This event will showcase creative works submitted by individuals who have been impacted by substance misuse and overdose either through personal experience or that of a loved one. 

Be the Life Ring in Someone's Life
You can be the life ring, the support for them.
Your support goes towards programs that help people make the journey to long term recovery.
Will you help us with this work?
Weekly Calendar

For up to date events and meetings, visit us on our Facebook Page.

7:30pm (Face to Face)
Recovery Meeting (Christ Centered)
The Sanctuary Church

12:00pm (Face to Face and Zoom)
ACA (Adult Children of Alcoholics)
Springs Recovery Connection Room 301

6:15pm (Zoom)
Impact Alumni Group
Springs Recovery Connection Room 301
password: 257602

6:00pm (Zoom)
Springs Recovery Connection
password: 7194652295 (SRC Phone number)

6:00pm (Zoom)
password: 7194652295 (SRC Phone number)

7:00pm (Zoom)
CRAFT (Community Reinforcement and Family Training)

4:00pm (Zoom)
Mindfulness in Recovery

6:00pm (Zoom)
ALL RECOVERY -Cultural Diversity Focused (All are welcome)
password: 7194652295 (SRC Phone number)
Springs Recovery Connection
1930 W. Colorado Ave.
Colorado Springs, CO 80904