Colusa County Recovery
WE UNDERSTAND ADDICTION BECAUSE WE'VE BEEN THERE
Welcome to Colusa County Recovery (CCR). We are an online wellness and recovery 24-7 community resource for men and women, whose lives have been impacted by substance misuse and addiction; who are now embracing a drug and alcohol free lifestyle or have a desire to get clean and sober. CCR provides a safe and supportive environment, that allows individuals in various stages of their recovery to connect to free resources, inspiring videos, sobriety tools, wellness principles and others in recovery in a meaningful and insightful way, that fosters; hope, healing and personal resilience. Everyone is welcome at CCR.
INSTANT ACCESS TO MEETINGS
WELLNESS & RECOVERY RESOURCES
INSPIRING RECOVERY VIDEOS
Real Stories Of Victory Over Addiction
Breaking the stigma of addiction through the power of storytelling and personal testimonies that will inspire, encourage and uplift you!
MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES
Each Mind Matters
At Colusa County Recovery we believe that each mind matters; and stand with you in support and celebration of your mental health resilience, well-being and recovery.
"Everyone has their own story, everyone has
their own journey." — Thalia
ARTICLES, TIPS & POSTS
If Santa Were In Alcoholics Anonymous He'd Be Known As Chicago John
They seem to have a lot in common; always optimistic, dedicated and driven to do the next right thing. Since John wanted to remain anonymous, we thought how fitting it would be to deck out this article with the Christmas spirit. Let’s just start by saying, this Santa has been in the recovery realm for quite a while now. We can tell you for certain his journey is like no other, but it eventually turned into “It’s a Beautiful Life.” You may want to warm up to a glass of milk and baked cookies before you go on to read John's incredible story. READ MORE
RELAPSE PREVENTION TIP
Invest your time in building healthy relationships instead of lingering on old, unhealthy ones.
Letting go of unhealthy relationships; such as your old using and drinking buddies, is often a key component to staying clean and sober. It may be tempting to go hang out with old party friends, but it’s much healthier and beneficial for your sobriety to confide in and spend time with people who support and celebrate your recovery, as opposed to engaging in risky and slippery interactions with old chums.