RCC is hosting a Halloween party to celebrate their 10-year anniversary on Friday, November 3rd from 10 am to 6 pm. It is a costume party, so costumes are highly encouraged. They’ll have themed activities, center tours, CCS services/Peer Support information, storytellers presentation, snacks, a costume contest, and crafts – but it is an open house, so all are welcome to just come in and check it out!
Please share with anyone you know who may want to learn more about the clubhouse, who has been a part of the clubhouse in the past 10 years, or who wants to help celebrate the supportive community RCC has built.
RCC is a recovery center (that follows the clubhouse international model) and is available to adults with mental illnesses and AODA-related struggles.
We are open Monday-Friday 10 am-2 pm, and we’re located at the end of the hallway inside the Wisconsin Rapids United Methodist Church at 441 Garfield St., one block Southwest of the McMillian library.
We spend our days socializing and receiving peer support, creating artwork, listening to music, working on coping skills and recovery-based techniques, tending to our garden, and going on outings with our other recovery centers located in Stevens Point and Marshfield.
Our centers are run by Certified Peer Specialists, who have faced their own challenges and use their lived experience to support their peers. RCC is peer-ran, so members decide what activities they wish to participate in, and participation is never mandatory.
We encourage creativity and exploration, and always love seeing new faces!
For more information about RCC, visit milc-inc.org/mental-health-services.