The Wabash Valley Recovery Alliance is a group of men and women in our community who are leading the local recovery movement. This group was founded out of a need for a more unified recovery community that works together to advocate for recovery, reduce stigma, and provide a more effective system to support long-term recovery from addiction in the Wabash Valley. We seek to raise awareness in our community about the issues surrounding addiction, as well as reduce barriers for those in and seeking recovery.
The Wabash Valley Recovery Alliance is comprised of many people in recovery, as well a individuals from all sectors of the community who understand that addiction affects everyone, and that we must work together as a community in order to save the lives of individuals and family members affected by addiction.
The Wabash Valley Recovery Alliance meets on the third Tuesday of each month at 3pm at 619 Washington Ave, and anyone who is interested in joining the fight against addiction in our community is welcome to attend.
The mission of the Wabash Valley Recovery Alliance is to change lives through advocacy and education, creating unity, awareness and support for addiction prevention, treatment, and recovery.
Unify our community in the battle against addiction
Reduce barriers to recovery for those seeking help
Coordinate local resources
Reduce stigma surrounding addiction
Provide support to family and loved oes of those facing addiction
619 Cherry St. Terre Haute, IN 47807