SHARE! Recovery Retreat–two weeks to a better life–Free!

Call 1-626-677-3850 to fill out an application by phone or write info@shareselfhelp.org

[PHOTO GALLERY: See the SHARE! Recovery Retreat]

[VIDEO: Hear what people are saying about the SHARE! Recovery Retreat]

WHAT HAPPENS AT THE RETREAT:

–Lots of recovery activities

Free room and board for up to two weeks, no insurance required

–Peer-designed and client-run, so it works!

–Make friends & live as a family

–Mental health consumers 18 years or older

–Design your own recovery journey for a great life!

–Fully accessible

Retreat Living Room2 star

WHAT PEOPLE SAY:

“It’s a good place to learn tools for mental health.”

“I had no idea there were so many different types of self-help support groups–Adult Children of Alcoholics/Dysfunctional Families, Recovery International, Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance, Emotions Anonymous, CoDependents Anonymous… It’s a new experience, but we go together so it’s fun.”

“People don’t know what they’re missing out on–free stay, meet different people, go to meetings of self-help support groups.”

“We all sit together and have dinner and have conversation. I haven’t sat down as a family since I was a little kid.”

“It’s the best sleep I’ve had in two years.”

[PDF Download: SHARE! Recovery Retreat flyer (English & Spanish)]

[PDF Download:  Recovery Retreat Application]

–Funded by the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health

–Former residents report high levels of satisfaction PDF Download: SHARE! Recovery Retreat satisfaction survey

–Part of a national trend towards “peer respite” houses. To read more click: http://www.power2u.org/crisis-alternatives.html  or http://www.peerrespite.net/

En español:

QUE SE HACE:

–Un montón de actividades de recuperación

–Alojamiento y comida gratis para un máximo de dos semanas

–Diseñado y operado por clientes— por lo que funciona!

–Hacer amigos y vivir como una familia

–Consumidores de la salud mental 18 años o más

–Diseñar su propio viaje de recuperación para una gran vida!

–Acceso para personas discapacitadas

QUE SE DICE:

“Es un buen lugar para aprender herramientas para la salud mental.”

“La gente no sabe lo que se está perdiendo en – alojan gratis, conocer gente diferente, ir a reuniones de grupos de apoyo de autoayuda.”

“Todos se sientan juntos y cenan y hablan. No me he sentado como una familia desde que era un niño pequeño.”

“Es el mejor sueño que he tenido en dos años.”

Financiado por Los Angeles County Dept. of Mental Health