News from Springs Recovery Connection
October 21st, 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
Warning Signs of an Alcohol or Drug Relapse
Relapse is common in the alcohol and drug recovery process. It is estimated that more than 90% of those in recovery have at least one relapse before they achieve lasting sobriety.
But a relapse, sometimes called a "slip," doesn't begin when you pick up a drink or a drug. It is a slow process that begins long before you actually use. The steps to relapse are actually changes in attitudes, feelings, and behaviors that gradually lead to the final step, using a drink or a drug.

Did you know?
10% of all the state certified Recovery Coaches in Colorado work at Springs Recovery Connection!
Share your experience to influence treatment
Please complete this survey to help improve the results of treatment for substance use disorders!

  • People who have experience with substance use disorders treatment and services know what works and doesn’t work for them. But too often, they are left out of policy decisions – like how treatment and recovery programs are designed, and how programs can help people meet their recovery goals.
  • Community Catalyst and Faces & Voices of Recovery want to change that!
  • By completing this short survey, you can share your experience to help make treatment and services work better, and improve recovery outcomes.
**We expect this survey will take you around 20 minutes**

SRC: We are the Face and Voice of Recovery
When you give to Springs Recovery Connection, your gift goes towards programs such as volunteer Recovery Coaching, Telephone Support and our Family Program. We served over 2,000 people in 2019 and we will likely double that number in 2020. Will you support recovery in our community?

Save the Date!
Wednesday, December 2nd 5-8pm
Springs Recovery Connection is hosting dinner and a movie!
More Details to Follow
The Ego and Addiction
Each of us have a tendency to believe that we are unique, and indeed we are in a multitude of ways. Our genetic composition, physical appearance (fingerprints), education, family histories, personal stories and experiences are varied and specific to each one of us.
Recovery Community Hero:
Oxford House
A big Thank You for what you do in our community!
Oxford House provides housing and rehabilitative support for the alcoholic and drug addict who wants to stop drinking or using drugs and stay stopped. Oxford House describes a democratically run, financially self-supporting and drug/alcohol free home.

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

6:15pm (Face to Face or Zoom)
Impact Alumni Group
Springs Recovery Connection Room 301
Passcode: 257602

6:00pm (In Person)
Springs Recovery Connection

6:30pm- 8:00pm
CRAFT Family Meeting at SRC
Registration Recommended
EMAIL for details

6:00pm (Zoom)
ALL RECOVERY -Cultural Diversity Focused (All are welcome)
Join Zoom Meeting

Springs Recovery Connection
1930 W. Colorado Ave.
Colorado Springs, CO 80904