THE SPIRITUAL LIFE IS NOT A THEORY WORKSHOP

Join us as our participants describe through their own experience and in their own words their unique spiritual journey in recovery and the practical application in their life.

We will have a participant from a traditional approach, an Atheist’s approach, a non-traditional approach.

Bring an open mind and an open heart as we spend the morning experiencing the broadness, roominess and all-inclusive nature of the Spirit together in fellowship.

Where

Now available online. Click here to attend.

When: Saturday, March 28 from 9am – 11:30am.

NOTE: Your health and safety is our top priority. While no member of staff, volunteers or participants have tested positive for COVID-19, we believe that continuing to operate and host the Spiritual Life Workshop in person at this time would be counter productive to the protective measures currently recommended. Please feel free to attend online. We will update you as soon as we find out more.

Register:

Registration for this event is currently on hold.

Questions? Email: kmusgrove@communityincrisis.org

NOBLE STEPS, AA & DAA MEETINGS AT THE HUB

NOBLE STEPS MEETINGS: Are not currently available in person but are still being held at the Community Hub online. We will keep you updated if that changes.

WHEN?: Every Wednesday, 7:00-8:00AM. Please click HERE to join the meeting.

The purpose of this group is to support those who want to integrate Buddhist teachings and practices into their recovery from any addiction. We are open to people of all backgrounds and recovery paths, including, but not limited to all 12 Step programs.

AA MEETINGS: Are currently not available in person but are available through Zoom meetings. See link below.

NOTE: We are sorry to have to temporarily stop our in-person meetings for AA. Your health and safety is our top priority. While no member of staff, volunteers or participants have tested positive for COVID-19, we believe that continuing to operate and run programming at this time would be counter productive to the protective measures currently recommended.

You can still attend our Tuesday night meeting though!

Visit: https://zoom.us/j/403598935

or Dial: (626) 876-9923, Meeting ID #403598935

Whether you are seeking or maintaining recovery, this group is for you. In a beautiful and welcoming Hub, come find support and friendships.

DAA MEETINGS: Are currently not available in person but are available through Zoom meetings. See link below.

Visit: https://zoom.us/j/3796127276

NOTE: We are sorry to have to temporarily stop our in-person meetings for DAA. Your health and safety is our top priority. While no member of staff, volunteers or participants have tested positive for COVID-19, we believe that continuing to operate and run programming at this time would be counter productive to the protective measures currently recommended.

A fellowship of men and women who have recovered from addiction and are committed to helping those who still suffer using the Twelve Steps as outlined in the book of Alcoholics Anonymous.

WHERE?

Online only until further notice. See above link to enter the meeting.

QUESTIONS?

Email us at kmusgrove@communityincrisis.org

Or give us a call: 973.876-3378

STRONGER THAN STIGMA

YOGA FOR INDIVIDUALS IN RECOVERY (and their loved one and/or sponsor if they’d like to come!)

WHEN?:
NOTE: Your health and safety is our top priority. While no member of staff, volunteers or participants have tested positive for COVID-19, we believe that continuing to operate and run programming at this time would be counter productive to the protective measures currently recommended. We will update you as soon as we find out more.

The Phoenix and Community in Crisis answer the question of “what’s next?” for those leaving treatment or pursuing a sober life by fostering a free, sober, active community where individuals can find a healing, nurturing, and welcoming environment.

Since 2006, the Phoenix community has inspired more than 26,000 people across America to believe they have the strength to rise from the ashes of addiction through the support of those who are walking that very same path. From CrossFit and climbing, to hiking, running, cycling, yoga and more, we believe fostering human connections in mental, physical and spiritual fitness is a powerful way to rebuild wounded bodies and spirits, and restore hope.
Are you ready to join The Phoenix and Community in Crisis community?
The only membership fee is 48 hours of continuous sobriety!

WHERE?

The Community Hub, 2 Morristown Rd, Bernardsville NJ (parking is available in parking lot behind the Hub).

INTERESTED? Please pre-register here to save time at the door on arrival.

QUESTIONS?

Email us at aemley@thephoenix.org or kmusgrove@communityincrisis.org

Or give us a call:  973.876-3378

SMART Recovery

STOP USING AND START LIVING!

Click Here to Attend

WHEN?: Online Every Wednesday, 6:00-7:00PM

No matter what your addictive behavior, SMART Recovery can help. For over two decades we have been offering free support groups (face-to-face and online) helping people learn self-empowering tools and providing support for each other in recovery.

The goal of SMART Recovery is for you to achieve a healthy, positive and balanced lifestyle so you can conquer new challenges when you feel confident your addictive behavior is behind you.

WHERE?

As a result of COVAD-19, SMART Recovery is only available online. Please click the button above to navigate to the group.

QUESTIONS?

Email us at kmusgrove@communityincrisis.org

Or give us a call:  973.876-3378

HUB CLUB

Community Service with a purpose – for all Middle School Students

Kids will enjoy a fun activity followed by a community service project that supports the mission of Community in Crisis… call it service with a purpose. Students are asked to put away their cell phones; hours count towards community service requirements.

Where

The Community Hub, 2 Morristown Rd, Bernardsville NJ

When

NOTE: Your health and safety is our top priority. While no member of staff, volunteers or participants have tested positive for COVID-19, we believe that continuing to operate and run programming at this time would be counter productive to the protective measures currently recommended. We will update you as soon as we find out more.

Register

Registration for Hub Club is currently on hold. Space is limited to the first 40 registrants. To cover supplies, the program fee for the 5 week program is $50. Please know, though, that we never want this fee to prevent your child from enjoying an enriching and memorable experience: please inquire about financial assistance at info@communityincrisis.org if the program fee poses a challenge for you. Thank you.

Register Here
Community in Crisis - Zest Cooking Classes

A Culinary Experience

Are you a Foodie?! 

Geared to individuals in active recovery, with their loved ones or sponsor if they’d like, classes will include how to create and prepare some awesome dishes such as soups, pastas, family-style platters, and dishes to entertain your friends.

Where

The Kitchen, Liberty Corner Presbyterian Church, Liberty Corner, NJ

When

There are currently no events scheduled. New dates for 2020 will be published soon.

Register

Classes are offered at no charge to qualifying participants thanks to a grant from

Horizon BCBS-NJ.

To register, please click here.

For questions, please contact info@communityincrisis.org or 908.616.9022. Space is limited to the first 6 registrants.

Learn More

HAVE FUN. GIVE BACK. FEEL GREAT!

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS

Throughout the year, Community in Crisis offers meaningful and educational volunteer opportunities for Middle Schools students.

Volunteer events are always free and open to all middle school students in any school in the Somerset Hills.  For more information on upcoming opportunities, please email info@communityincrisis.org or keep checking back for more news.