SMART Recovery

FREE Tools and Support for Getting Sober

Every Tuesday, 6 to 7:30 PM MT.

1325 N. Main St. #3, Bountiful

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Can You Hear Me Now?

A Witnessing Workshop

April 13, 2019 11 AM to 3 PM

1325 N. Main St. #3, Bountiful

Do you ever find yourself thinking “Who am I and what is my life about?!?” No, seriously. 

Sometimes it is hard to see our own strengths through the bad things that have happened in our lives.

Maybe you woke up one morning and realized you had married a stranger?

Or maybe the last family get together left you feeling like an alien from another planet? I

t’s clear that the story you’ve been telling yourself about your life isn’t answering all the questions you have. Sometimes we don’t know what we stand for in life, and we lose track of what’s really important to us. And it is easy to feel invisible to others, not seen or heard. 

So, if you’re ready to change your story…

If you’re ready for more understanding than confusion…

If you want to see yourself and others in a new light…

Come experience an immersive workshop where we will explore our identities and values in a safe, confidential group setting. We will do simple exercises in self-exploration, personal narrative and sharing. 

Saturday, April 13th, 11-3pm, at Healing Paths, 1325 N. Main Street in Bountiful.  Light lunch and snacks will be available. All materials needed for the workshop provided. Come as you are! $150—space is limited, please register as soon as possible by contacting Christina Ellwanger, CSW, MSW  christina.healingpaths@gmail.com

Beginnings: Men in Recovery Group

Starts January 2019.

This group meets for 12 weeks and will focus on tools for maintaining sobriety, emotional health, and building support for long-term recovery.

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Back to Basics

January 26th, 2019 8 AM to 2 PM.

Learn how to work the 12 steps as they were originally intended- quickly and often.  Many people get bogged down in the enormous task of examining their whole life AND stopping addictive behavior.  Back to Basics uses the original AA beginners meeting format to teach the steps as tools for continued use rather than destinations or accomplishments.  We will work all 12 steps in 6 hours, with a sponsor.  Space is limited, please register by contacting us below.

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As our gift to the people we help in recovery from addiction, we have provided Back to Basics as presented by Carver Brown in its entirety to help you in your journey.



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