LIGHTHOUSE RECOVERY COMMUNITY CENTER
During the COVID-19 pandemic, we are implementing safe practices. Please see our Facebook page and calendar for services (follow the links):
New for May!
- We will no longer be offering Gamblers Anonymous until a better time and day can be established, if someone you are serving needs support for gambling addiction, please feel free to have them contact us.
- Art in Recovery will continue to be held on Fridays at 4pm except for the 21st due to our Recovery Coach Academy training.
- There are limited supplies so if someone is interested in attending, come in and sign up prior to the class or call 920-374-4433 to sign up. We will also do our best to ensure that no one is turned away.
Contact: Alex Hunt, Programming Manager, Lighthouse Recovery Community Center, 721 Park St, Manitowoc
Anyone seeking support may call or text 920-374-3989
Face to face 12 step meetings are still an option at the Alano Club at 404 South 29th Street in Manitowoc
“Character cannot be developed in ease and quiet. Only through experience of trial and suffering can the soul be strengthened, ambition inspired, and success achieved.” Helen Keller
Manitowoc Addiction Recovery
Providing a LIGHT OF HOPE through the darkness of addiction
The public is ready for a different story to go along with substance abuse and addiction. The focus is often put on the addiction side of the story; but there is another side of the story. It’s about recovery! Everyone is affected by addiction in some form or another so we’ve set out to address this situation.
Because treatment is not always available to those struggling with Substance Use Disorder, the Lighthouse Recovery Community Center provides a safe and social space to those seeking recovery from addiction. The center is using one of the most successful means to recovery — peer-to-peer support with a coach on staff to help members work on their recovery plan. Telling our story and sharing our experience, strength, and hope is how we learn to live and watch others do the same.
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Embracing Pathways to Substance Abuse Recovery
We have established and continue to sustain a recovery community organization and center that embraces all pathways to addiction recovery. In addition, we support all individuals impacted by the disease through education, coaching, programming, referrals and advocacy. The Center is dedicated to helping people struggling with addiction — and their families — to regain their lives and thrive again.
- Address: 721 Park Street, Manitowoc, WI 54220
- Phone: 920-374-4433
- Email: email@example.com
Learn more, “LIKE” and share our page, follow our journey . . . and please SUPPORT OUR FUNDRAISERS and DONATE to keep our doors open at:
Be inspired knowing that recovery is alive and well in our community and around the world!
Friends and donors have posted:
“Our community has been needing something like this! So excited to see all of the memories this place holds in the future and how much like home it will feel for people!!!”
“Peer to Peer support is the best path to sustainable recovery. You have my support 100%!”
“Thank you for sharing your vision with action!!”
“Education, advocacy, openly sharing my experiences… it’s part of my soul and close to my heart. Your dedication and hard work is a testament to how necessary these resources are. I’m excited to see it come to fruition. Love💙”
“It’s refreshing seeing how the community is rallying around those with a substance abuse disorder! My heart and passion is to come along side them and be a part of recovery in Manitowoc. Your efforts are inspiring!”
“Your story and passion are inspiring. Keep up the good work!”
“This [donation] can be used for whatever is deemed most crucial . . . Thanks for the great work!”
LEND A HAND!
2021 Hands Around the Courthouse
- Wednesday, April 28th at 4:42 PM
- Outside Manitowoc County Courthouse
- Sponsored by CASA of East Central Wisconsin and InCourage
(See COVID-19 precautions on flyer)
To learn more about becoming a Special Advocate or to contact CASA in Manitowoc County, call (920) 242-6727 or go to https://www.facebook.com/ManitowocCASA/
Manitowoc Housing Survey of Employers
The City of Manitowoc is taking a look at the local housing market, how it impacts your employees, and potential for business growth.
To help us better understand employee and business needs, please complete the survey here: Manitowoc Housing — Survey of Employers The deadline to complete this survey is April 21st.
Progress Lakeshore, Inc., 202 N 8th Street, Ste 101, Manitowoc, WI 54220, USA, 920-482-0540
CITY OF MANITOWOC NEEDS YOUR HELP IN DEFINING HOUSING CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES!
The City of Manitowoc is taking a look at the local housing market and how it functions. They need your help to get a better understanding of challenges and opportunities you see and experience.
ADD YOUR VOICE HERE!
The Housing Survey can be completed online at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ManitowocHousing now through March 15.
Lakeshore Community Action Program has programs to assist homeowners and renters. Pre-screen applications for WERA (Wisconsin Emergency Rental Assistance), Mortgage Assistance and Property Tax Assistance are located on our Home page at: https://lakeshorecap.org/
UW EXTENSION MANITOWOC HEALTH AND WELL-BEING CLASSES
Menu of Programs:
*Please note, due to COVID-19 Safer at Home recommendations, all programs are being taught via zoom until further notice.
- Highlights of Taking Care of You (TCOY) course
The “Highlights of Taking Care of You” sessions explore ways to take better care of yourself and manage stress. The eight 30-minute sessions, typically scheduled once per week for eight weeks, cover the following topics: Stress, Mindfulness, Mental Health, Physical Health, Spiritual Health, Social Health, and Reframing. A great way to provide no cost education for students, staff, board and volunteers.
- Prevent Suicide QPR training
Suicide in the 10th leading cause of death in the United States. Suicide is the second leading cause of death in 10 to 24 year-olds. In partnership with Prevent Suicide Manitowoc County, Extension is co-facilitating 60-minute QPR trainings. Learning Objectives include:
- Recognize someone who is at risk for suicide
- Intervene with those at risk
- Refer them to an appropriate resource
This training is not intended to be a form of counseling or treatment. The QPR training is intended to offer hope through positive action.
Schedule this free training for parents, neighborhoods, businesses, service clubs, volunteer groups, non-profit organizations, board of directors, etc. at https://preventsuicidemanitowoc.com/qpr-training
- Adult Mental Health First Aide (AMHFA)
This early intervention public education program teaches adults how to recognize the signs and symptoms that suggest a potential mental health challenge, how to listen non-judgmentally, give reassurance to a person who may be experiencing a mental health challenge, and how to refer a person to appropriate professional support and services. This is a six-hour zoom course, with an additional 2.5 hours of pre course work. AMHFA is designed to teach people how to approach, assess and assist a person who may be in the early stages of developing a mental health challenge or in a mental health crisis. Those trained in AMHFA are the first line of support for a person in need.
- The Strong Bodies Strength Training
Scientific research has demonstrated that exercise with weights (strength training) will increase strength, muscle mass, and bone density in middle aged and older women. Strong Bodies is appropriate for both sedentary and active women. The program is generally offered twice per week for twelve weeks. Each session is an hour.
To learn more or to request a training please contact: Cath Tease, UW Extension-Manitowoc Health and Well-Being Educator, Cath.Tease@wisc.edu Cell (920) 901-1208
An EEO/AA employer, University of Wisconsin-Madison provides equal opportunities in employment and programming, including Title VI, Title IX and ADA requirements.
La Universidad de Wisconsin-Madison, un empleador con igualdad de oportunidades y acción afirmativa (EEO/AA), proporciona igualdad de oportunidades en empleo y programas, incluyendo los requisitos del Título VI, Título IX (Title VI, Title IX) y de la Ley para Americanos con Discapacidades (ADA).