Please enjoy our latest edition of Exchange, Recovery Rocks Communities monthly newsletter FinalRRCi_March2019-60thNewsletter
Our latest newsletter, Exchange, invites us to reflect on self love as a recovery tip. We get to know our new activity coordinator Anita a little more and ask members to contact her with their suggestions for new activities. Enjoy and feel free to pass it on to those who may benefit from the information shared.
To read the newsletter click here RRCi_Feb2019-59thNewsletter
Join us for a Members social event to catch-up and connect. Hope to see you there.
WHERE: Port Coogee Beach Marina Water Park in North Coogee, Address: 20 Medina Parade, North Coogee WA 6163
WHEN: 12:-4pm, Sunday 24th February 2019
WHO: Recovery Rocks Members and their families
FOOD: BYO picnic lunch and drinks
More info click on the flyer link Feb_2019Picnic_flyer
Thank you all for welcoming me into the Recovery Rocks community, I feel excited about being included into this community and I would love to give some of the skills and knowledge I have gained over the years. I am really looking forward to getting to know other members. I believe combining all our skills and being open to new ones will make our community vibrant where we all can grow and develop.
I would just like to give you all a brief introduction as to who I am and how I have become who I am:
I grew up in Papua New Guinea, my father was an engineering missionary building boats and airstrips. Dad taught me early in life if you want something bad enough, with determination and hard work, anything is possible.
After high school I did an apprenticeship and became a chef. The sky was the limit for me. I moved to London where I met my future husband. We were engaged to be married, returning to Australia we had dreams of developing our own restaurant. When driving to Melbourne we were involved in a major accident and who I was and what I was disappeared in the blink of an eye. I suffered severe brain trauma, remaining in a coma for weeks.
Grief and loss was the story of my new existence, I had lost who I was….
This turned in major depression and I self medicated with alcohol…. life was not worth living…
After many years I rediscovered my faith in God and together we have walked my recovery journey. I married and have two sons who are adults now. I did return to cooking for a number of years to finance my study. I completed a degree in Counselling. I have been employed by Richmond Wellbeing as a Recovery Worker for 8 years. During this time I studied a post grad, in Mental Health Counselling and currently studying for Chaplaincy.
In the last 8 years working in mental health I have met so many very special people and together we walked a path of recovery, though ups and downs. I am so looking forward to contributing now to RRCi and together we can realize how awesome recovery is, Recovery Rocks!
Happy New Year to all our members, friends, followers and supporters, may 2019 bring you Peace, Joy and Happiness.
January 2019 marks the 7th year anniversary of Recovery Rocks Community.
To celebrate our anniversary we are offering FREE individual membership during January 2019.
Membership Application forms must be received via email or post by January 31st 2019. Read more about membership with Recovery Rocks Community here: https://recoveryrockscommunity.org/membership/
Season’s Greetings to all our members and friends from the Recovery Rocks Community Management Committee. If this is a difficult time for you, make a plan and take care of yourself; always reach out for help if you need it. In our latest December edition of our newsletter we have included some mental health recovery tips and support phone lines.
PLEASE NOTE: The Recovery Rocks Community office will be closing for the holiday period from 5pm on Friday 21st December and re-opening at 9am on Monday 7th January 2019. Your emails phone messages and texts will be responded to on our return.
RECOVERY ROCKS COMMUNITY 2018 PRE- CHRISTMAS DINNER
Everyone is welcome; past and current members, family members and friends.
Social event and opportunity to celebrate and connect with peers and like-minded community members. After the meal, join us for a short walk along the Swan River and enjoy the night air.
Annalakshmi Restaurant, Jetty 4, Barrack Square, PERTH
Vegetarian Meals for a Gold Coin Donation
Limited Paid Parking and Public Transport Available
Saturday 15th December 7-8.30pm
Please RSVP BY 7TH DECEMBER RECOVERY ROCKS COMMUNITY
Phone/text 0447 641 122
See you at Annalakshmi
We are excited to introduce our New Newsletter Editor, Trish Tran. We warmly welcome Trish into her new role, and look forward to experiencing her enthusiasm and passion as she shares information, and promotes hope respectfully, through her written word and creativity.
She is really keen to hear your ideas of what to include in future editions of our monthly newsletter, so don’t hesitate to let her know.
Click Here to read the latest edition of Exchange, Recovery Rocks Community’s Monthly Newsletter. COMPLETE FINAL_RRCi_November 2018_56th Newsletter
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Members, friends and allies are invited to join us for our upcoming 2017-2018 Annual General Meeting (AGM).
Date: Thursday 29th November 2018 Time: 5.30-6.30 pm followed by light refreshments.
Venue: St Catherine’s House of Hospitality, 113 Tyler Rd, Tuart Hill, WA (Free parking at the rear of the building)
Guest Speaker: Shauna Gaebler, CEO, Consumers of Mental Health WA (CoMHWA)
RSVP via email: email@example.com by 22/11/2018
Recovery Rocks Community Incorporated Management Committee are currently seeking expressions of interest for new management committee members.
If you or someone you know has got what it takes to take our Peer Led and Peer Run mental health recovery community in to the future, be sure to get in touch.
Please see further details here RRCi-EOI-MC Member2018 or don’t hesitate to contact us for more information.