Programs & Events

We offer the following recovery groups and activities each month. Please visit our calendar for all dates and times.


HIV & Hepatitis C rapid testing and support in a safe recovery environment.

Alumni Group

A group specifically for those who have or are about to complete services with their CARE peer recovery coach, to connect with others farther along in their recovery journey. This group is peer-led and has the freedom to develop a desired format and activities. Alumni from this group are typically engaged in volunteering at the RUCC and regularly attend other groups.

Computer Basics

Drop in anytime during business hours for guidance on basic computer skills such as navigating a computer, email, the internet or utilizing software like Microsoft Word.

Create with a Coach

Create various arts and crafts projects to inspire and express your recovery with a peer recovery coach.
Supplies are provided.

Job Readiness

Join a RUCC Peer Recovery Coach to learn what you need to enter the workforce and develop new skills that will help you stand out!

LGBTQIA+ in Recovery

Lesbian, gay, bisexual, pansexual, transgender, genderqueer, intersex, agender, asexual, & other queer-identifying members listen and share about common topics related to recovery.

Medication-Assisted Recovery Anonymous (MARA)

MARA is for those who are open to multiple pathways of recovery. If you identify as someone who is in Medication Assisted Recovery (MAR) or is a supporter of MAR then this group is for you!

Men in Recovery

This is a group specifically for male-identifying persons to support one another on common topics related to recovery from substance use disorder.

Mindful Movement (Yoga)

Mindful movement is for all individuals interested in learning mindfulness, embodiment, and cultivating peace in recovery. This yoga is safe for everyone including persons who have endured trauma, dissociation, and/or any out of body experiences. The underlying goal is to meet everyone where they are at, and for participants to always feel safe and whole in their body. We will create and facilitate a movement and breath practice that is supportive to each person wherever they are on their recovery journey, and take the time to intentionally connect to our hearts, minds, and community each week through this practice. We do this by understanding of complex trauma, attachment theory, and the neuroscience underpinning the Trauma Center Trauma Sensitive Yoga methodology.

Nar-Anon – Live and Let Live

A worldwide fellowship for those affected by someone else’s addiction. We offer our help by sharing our experience, strength and hope.

“The Nar-Anon Family Groups are a worldwide fellowship for those affected by someone else’s addiction. As a Twelve-Step Program, we offer our help by sharing our experience, strength, and hope. The only requirement for membership is that there be a problem of addiction in a relative or friend. Our program of recovery is adapted from NA and uses our Twelve Steps, Twelve Traditions, and Twelve Concepts.” –

Narcan 101

During this Narcan training, learn how to identify an opioid overdose, save lives by administering Narcan and aftercare. Register here.

Persons in Recovery

A co-ed, peer-led group for people in any stage of recovery to listen and share on recovery related topics. This is our most popular group!

The Phoenix

Leveraging the intrinsic transformative power of social connection and activity. Group fitness combats the isolation, shame and hopelessness that surrounds substance use and perpetuates relapse.

Recovery Dharma

Supports recovery using Buddhist practices and principles. Our Recovery Dharma group begins with meditation followed by a reading from the Recovery Dharma book and sharing/listening.

Recovery Messaging Training

This workshop will help you learn how to advocate, break stigma and share your recovery story with the public! Register here.

Seeking Safety

Seeking Safety is a present-focused therapy that helps clients attain safety from trauma and substance use by emphasizing coping skills, grounding techniques, and education.

Veteran Peer Recovery

Veterans gather to share with each other about their common needs in recovery from substance use disorder.

Women in Recovery

This is a group specifically for female-identifying persons to support one another on common topics related to recovery from substance use disorder.

Young People in Recovery

Share with fellow young people on common topics related to recovery from substance use disorder. This group is led by a young adult CARE peer recovery coach and is open to young adults, ages 18 years and older.

Project Vox

Project Vox is a grassroots collaborative comprised of individuals in recovery, their family members, friends, supporters, and other allies. Project Vox seeks to honor, support, celebrate and promote the positive experience of recovery and to overcome the stigma of addiction. The organization strives to accomplish this through recovery promotion, public awareness, education, and advocacy.

To unify the voice of the recovery community in order to reshape public attitudes and eliminate the discrimination toward individuals who are living with an addiction to alcohol or other drugs.

Project Vox envisions a community where it is recognized that it is possible to live a life in long term recovery, and where full access to treatment and resources are available.

Project Vox provides information and testimony to state lawmakers in an effort to dispel myths around addiction that further stigma. As a result of our ongoing advocacy work, Michigan policy makers recognize that treatment funding should be a priority when considering state budgets.

Project Vox members facilitate informational programs throughout Macomb County designed to educate our community leaders and neighbors about substance use, the nature of addiction and the paths to recovery. We also provide a variety of educational opportunities to our members, including: Messaging Training, Narcan 101, Legislative Updates, Stigma Reduction Training.

Project Vox hosts local events throughout the year, designed to create a supportive, welcoming environment for individuals in recovery. These activities have included our annual river cruise, Art from the Heart, artists in recovery art shows, and other casual opportunities for recovery socialization such as movie nights, ice skating and pool parties. These events are held in addition to our monthly general meetings, are organized by our members, and are open to anyone in recovery (whether a current Project Vox member or not) and their families.

Call Mark Kilgore at (586) 224-1114 for more information and how to get involved.

Please visit our calendar for all dates and times. Looking to host your recovery group at the RUCC, or have questions? Please contact us at (586) 552-1120.