Remembering Paul Horvath, SMART Facilitator

As a facilitator, you have the opportunity to empower everyone that walks into your meeting; you may be the person who changes their life. As it often happens, we don’t always hear about the impact someone has had on our lives, until they are no longer present. I’m...

Foundation supports community with SMART Recovery

Northfield Bank Foundation supports community self-empowerment by Anne DeMarzo, Staten Island Family & Friends Facilitator Who is more sure of what the public wants than an advertising sales manager? This past October, as a SMART Recovery volunteer at a local...

Why We Give to Support SMART Recovery Training

Why we give to support SMART Recovery Training By Julie Flood and Peter Heide,  Albany Lutheran Church, Wisconsin Our decision to begin a SMART Recovery group meeting was based on our local demand for those who are seeking self-directed change. Facilitating SMART...

You’re Invited! Join Our Recovery Support Team!

Volunteer Appreciation April is Volunteer Month! Do you want to be a part of the solution to the growing epidemic of addiction? Do you want to help others overcome addiction and go on to live fulfilling and meaningful lives?  Then become a SMART Recovery volunteer!...

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