Springfield Recovery Community Center (SRCC)
(Your local resource for recovery support.)
Springfield Recovery Community Center is a safe haven for those who are reclaiming hope.
The mission statement of SRCC is empowering people in recovery to regain hope, enjoy life and become a vital part of the community.
Long-term recovery is a lifestyle the includes:
Making new friends
Learning healthy choices
Experiencing personal growth
Giving back to the community
Groups and Classes
SMART Recovery stands for Self-Management and Recovery Training- it is a 4-point program designed to help people from all walks of life recover from abusive and addictive behaviors. SMART is designed for people who do not identify as spiritual or religious or are looking for a science-based approach to recovery, 12-step programs may not feel like the right method of healing and support.
Family Support group is every Monday at 6PM. Families want the best for their children, to nurture their growth and development. Families with children who have addiction and or mental health problems want the same for their children/adult children/family members, but often face additional challenges, including great stress, social isolation, and financial strain. Families may become over whelmed, and find it difficult navigating the service system for their loved one, and to find social and emotional support for themselves. "Family Support" helps families access a broad array of supports and services, including formal supports and informal supports (such as parent-to-parent connections) and a community system of services that promote the well-being of families and their children with addiction and or mental health issues. The Family Support Program works with families, communities, and service providers to promote and provide support for families
Young People in Recovery (YPR) in the state of Missouri. Currently YPR has 41 chapters in 14 states around the country. We are honored to be the 15th state to bring this amazing program to our community. YPR provides the training and networks all individuals, families and communities need to recovery and maximize their full potential. YPR accomplishes this through chapters, programs and advocacy efforts. YPR was founded in 2010 by a group of young people (aged 18-30) in recovery who wanted to help others. Our programs were designed for young people but serve individuals of every age. YPR chapters are usually led by a young person in recovery but older individuals in recovery, family members of young people in recovery, and others who care about these issues have also started chapters in their communities and are encouraged to get involved.
NBS Worship is for the members of New Beginning to gather and worship God. We have different sermon speakers each week as to hit every personal need inside, and touch on different discussions on recovery using the bible and how it applies to everyday life and struggles.
NBS Good Dad’s is a program to help fathers learn how to be the best parent they can and give skills and tools for what circumstances may come up.
NBS women in recovery is a group of ladies that focus on what they need as an individual to stay sober and work through daily issues. Goal setting is encouraged and to learn from what is being taught to them whether it be spiritual or non-spiritual. This group will touch on life skills, group sessions, sharing, and helping not only themselves but each other.
NBS men in recovery is a group of gentlemen that focus on what they need as an individual to stay sober and work through daily issues. Goal setting is encouraged and to learn from what is being taught to them whether it be spiritual or non-spiritual. This group will touch on life skills, group sessions, sharing, and helping not only themselves but each other. These classes include topics such as Addiction, Self Worth, Expectations, Dealing with Emotions, Personality Types, Stress, and Suicide.
AA- ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The 12 traditions outline AA’s basic premises
NA - People have all sorts of reasons for attending NA meetings, but the purpose of each meeting is to give NA members a place to share recovery with other addicts. If you are not an addict, look for an open meeting, which welcomes non-addicts. If you’re an addict or think you might have a drug problem, we suggest a meeting every day for at least 90 days to get to know NA members and our program.
Revitalize Your Life is a free class for ladies only. Enjoy a little fitness and then deepen your enjoyment by awakening your spiritual nature. This class consists of 45 minutes of fitness and 45 minutes of Bible study. This class is taught by Kim Brums from Life Church.
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