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
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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!”
♦ TICKETS STILL AVAILABLE! ♦
MAGICAL TROLLEY RIDE TO THE NORTH POLE
A Fundraiser for Lakeshore CAP Family Development Programs and CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) of East-Central Wisconsin
♦ Where: Trolleys board at Manitowoc Coffee for the Holiday Inn (round trip in a heated trolley) at
836 South 8th Street, Manitowoc
♦ When: Friday, Dec 6, 4 PM – 9 PM and Sat, Dec 7, 3 PM – 9 PM
♦ Who: Children and adults of all ages!
♦ Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Lakeshore CAP office @ 920-682-3737 or the CASA office @ 920-242-6727
Join us for a holiday event of fun, laughs and creativity! We begin with our jolly conductors aboard our own magical trolleys that start at Manitowoc Coffee for a joy ride to the Holiday Inn (North Pole) and includes a quick visit with a special guest, carols and holiday cheer. At the North Pole, there will be a holiday party complete with craft activities, refreshments, entertainment, story telling and more. The most exciting part of all — Santa has made time in his busy schedule to be there for the party and will be available for photos! (You will be able to take a trolley back to Manitowoc Coffee throughout the evening.)
- 30 Minute Magical Trolley Ride
- Visit and Professional 5×7 Photo with Santa
- Cookie Decorating & Hot Chocolate
- Crafts & Games
- Face Painting
- Balloon Creations by The Balloon Lady
- Special Bell to Remind You of the Spirit of the Holidays
- Children’s tickets include choice of a hardcover holiday-themed book to be chosen at time of ticket purchase
Child Tickets (Ages 1-13): $25 ♦ Adult Tickets: $30
**Children under 1 year of age can experience the event for free with the purchase of an adult ticket. You can purchase a $12 ticket for a child under 1 if you would like them to have a book of their own.
**Please note, when ordering tickets the Full Price option is the Adult ticket.
When placing your ticket order, you also have the opportunity to sponsor a book for a child in need for $12/book. Children in need will truly appreciate this gift!
When ordering tickets please keep track of your purchase date and amount. Your credit card statement will show a charge unrelated to Magical Trolley Ride for these tickets because we use Paypal as our vendor. Please DO NOT dispute the charge on your bill. It makes it messy on both your end and ours — and your tickets will be cancelled!
You CAN purchase tickets without a PayPal account. When it asks for payment information, click on the pictures of the credit cards OR the PayPal logo. This will take you to another screen that asks you to log in to PayPal. Look just below the PayPal information. there is a grey button that says “Pay with credit/debit card.” (If you do not have a credit or debit card, you may call Lakeshore CAP at 920-682-3737 and leave your name and phone number; but we truly prefer you pay through Eventbrite.)
PLUS! The Manitowoc Holiday Inn is offering Friday and Saturday night hotel stays for $79/night to Magical Trolley ticket holders. Reservations must be made through the Holiday Inn and details are in the confirmation email you are sent after ordering tickets.
Come to the Magical Trolley Ride in Your Pajamas!
We encourage everyone, adults included, to come to the event in your pajamas. We are also encouraging the spirit of giving by asking families to gift a new pair of pajamas to be given to a child in need.
PLEASE NOTE: This is a fundraiser for CASA of East Central Wisconsin and Lakeshore CAP Family Development Programs. All proceeds will go to benefit vulnerable children in our service area. Tickets will NOT be refunded in the case of inclement weather and the event will NOT be rescheduled. Additionally, no ticket refunds will be offered for any reason. If you are unable to attend, you may give or sell your tickets to another party. By purchasing tickets you agree to these conditions.
Purchase Your Tickets Now and JUST WALK to Help Prevent Homelessness in Manitowoc County!
12th Annual Pig to Pig Walk — Please come out September 8th and walk the beautiful shores of Lake Michigan from Fox’s Piggly Wiggly in Manitowoc to their Piggly Wiggly in Two Rivers. You can find an entry form on their Facebook page here: Pig to Pig Walk Entry Form
Most importantly, this fundraiser for the whole family is benefiting Lakeshore CAP’s Supportive Housing/Rental Assistance Program. The program provides resources and assists eligible households experiencing homelessness – or at risk of becoming homeless – maintain housing and work towards self-sufficiency. Read about it here: Lakeshore CAP Supportive Housing