Ever wonder how even the smallest communities can have the power to transform lives? Join me, Michael Maassel, as I share my own journey from the bustling city of Denver to the small, close-knit community of Salida, Colorado. A journey that not only led to a physical change of environment but also a profound internal transformation. Amidst the fear of joining a women's meeting in recovery, I found a sense of belonging and a network of support that has been instrumental in my recovery journey.
Community, as I discovered, can be a lifeline during times of transition and recovery. As I embraced the women's meeting in Salida, I found my preconceived notions about women in recovery shattering. This powerful experience of connection and empowerment reminded me of the strength of unity and how it aids recovery. This is not just my story but a testament to the vital role that the community plays in recovery. Together, we are building stronger, healthier humans and communities. Don't sit on the sidelines any longer; it might be the push you need to embark on your own transformative journey.
For over 50 years, Harmony Foundation has worked as a nonprofit to serve those seeking recovery from substance addictions. Our residential and intensive outpatient programs are in a collaborative and respectful treatment environment with multiple specialty tracks offering additional support. Our main campus is nestled on a 43-acre campus in the Rocky Mountains just outside of Estes Park, Colorado, that promotes physical, emotional, and spiritual healing. With one of the most robust alumni programs in the county, clients remain connected and empowered for a lifelong journey of recovery.
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