The Recovery Café is a place of belonging where people pursuing recovery – whether it’s from, poverty, homelessness, isolation, mental health challenges, trauma, unemployment, or substance use – can participate in an intentional community of mutual support and work towards their recovery goals.
Recovery Café Vancouver is not a drop-in centre but a free membership model that supports members through a set of core interventions:
Implementing an evidence-based recovery model originating in Seattle and replicated in over 30 communities throughout the U.S. was the primary recommendation in Streetohome’s Business Case on the Recovery Community Centre concept.
The Recovery Café’s flagship permanent location opens this summer and will support up to 400 at-risk individuals in their collective recovery. This will be the first in Canada with more likely to follow.
Thanks to the generosity of the Giustra Foundation, Vancouver Police Foundation and Tanjit Kalhar, the Kettle Society opened a pop-up location to ensure that prospective members can begin their journey and build a better future for themselves while the permanent site is renovated.
To learn how you can support the Recovery Café, or how you can bring a Recovery Café to your community, please contact Tracey Harvey.
Email: [email protected] or phone: 604-629-2711 x 101
625 Powell Street Foundation’s mission is to help those who help others by supporting organizations and leaders whose daily work is about making meaningful and lasting differences in the lives of people facing challenges in: healthcare, mental health, addictions, homelessness, housing, and cultural inequities.
625 Powell Street Foundation is the vision of Carl Vanderspek and Margaret Hope, who have been touched by incredible people doing incredible work in our community.