2018 Recovery and Resiliency Retreat
This is the 2nd Annual Recovery and Resiliency Retreat. Compared to a traditional conference or multi-day meeting, participants prefer the retreat format because it is more laid back and allows for more fun and fellowship before, between and after the structured sessions.
This years agenda will focus on:
- Incubating more recovery support services
- Family Recovery Coaching
- Recovery Housing
Full agenda coming soon
Check-in: Thursday, February 22rd after 4PM
Check-out: Sunday, February 25th at Noon
The retreat will be held at Mo Ranch near Hunt, Texas in the beautiful Hill Country. Within Mo Ranch, we will be staying in Guest Lodge, a unique two-story lodge overlooking the Guadalupe River. It sleeps 40 in all with bunk beds, six twin beds and shared bathrooms.
The men will sleep in one section of the lodge and the women will sleep in the other section.
Through a SAMHSA grant, RecoveryPeople will cover the cost of registration and lodging, but the funds cannot pay for meals. During registration, you will be asked to pay $100 to cover all meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) while you are there.
If you are not able to cover the meal cost, contact email@example.com to request a scholarship.
In addition, travel dollars are limited. If you request a travel scholarship, we can reimburse you up to $100 at the retreat. But you cannot request both a meal and a travel scholarship. Just one or the other.
Given funding restrictions and the agenda, the target audience for this retreat is the substance use recovery community, which includes:
- Persons in recovery
- Family members in recovery
- Recovery housing, centers, schools and other recovery service providers
- Peer and family recovery workforce
The retreat is geared towards adults. Transitional aged youth with a Chaperone will be considered, but based on past experience, youth want (and deserve) their own programming separate from adults.
Pets are not allowed. Service animals must be registered with Mo Ranch. If you want to bring a service animal, please indicate so in the reasonable accommodation questions.