- Deepen bonds with others in recovery
- Make new friends
- Share your experience, strength and hope
- Learn from others
- Have fun you’ll remember
- Remind ourselves we don’t need substances to have a good time
- Locate fun and sober activities in your own community
Honesty. Hope. Faith. These are the fundamental messages we offer to our alumni family, friends, and neighbors. We reaffirm our commitment to you and those you love by informing you how the pandemic has impacted Pavillon’s Alumni Services programs.
Pavillon follows all guidelines as set by WHO, CDC and NC DHHS for patients and alumni alike. Until the guidelines change we have transitioned all of Alumni Services to a virtual environment. Join us for the following sessions:
Recovery Community Workshop
“Wellness in Recovery” presented by Dixie Brown, PhD
April 19th 7:00 pm
Dr. Dixie Brown, owner and Executive Director of Willow Place for Women, is an Integrative Medicine Practitioner passionate about helping individuals who seek recovery from substance use and mental health disorders. Her greatest joy is seeing her clients fall in love with themselves in ways they never imagined possible.
Zoom in and join us April 19th at 7:00 PM EST from your phone, tablet or computer.
Meeting ID: 943 8995 3307, Passcode: pavalum
Every Sunday at 10:00 AM ET
Zoom in and join us here at 10:00 AM ET from your phone, tablet or computer.
Meeting ID: 501 383 364, Passcode: pavalum
Every Sunday at 6:30 PM ET
Contact Reed to volunteer as a speaker. All are welcome to Zoom in and listen here at 6:30 PM ET from their phone, tablet or computer.
Meeting ID: 605 987 671, Passcode: pavalum
Tuesday Alumni Panel
Every Tuesday at 7:00 PM ET
Let us know if you are interested in serving on the Panel by contacting Reed. All are welcome to Zoom in and listen here at 7:00 PM ET from their phone, tablet or computer.
Meeting ID: 838 306 065, Passcode: pavalum
Saturday Step Study and Sponsorship
Relapse Prevention – Intensive Outpatient
Add Pavillon IOP to your tool box.
When guidelines established by WHO, CDC and NC DHHS have been lifted and we are once again able to meet in person safely we will resume the following community-based activities. Until then, keep updated with our virtual events via the Lifeline. If you’re not receiving the weekly publication, click here to subscribe (email@example.com )
Having fun without alcohol and drugs is one of many incredible gifts of recovery. Pavillon Alumni are out living life to the fullest and would like you to join us! Local Pavillon Support Groups often coordinate these events.
Pavillon Support Groups provide a safe place to gather with fellow Alumni to support one another, welcome new Alumni and strengthen your local Pavillon families. It’s a judgment-free space where you can speak openly about where you are on your path of recovery, read and discuss recovery-focused literature, plan future Fellowship Events and share your common experience of Pavillon.