When women leave Residence XII, graduates often want to stay in touch. Many find that this connection greatly helps them in building and maintaining their sober life. Alumnae maintain their connection through receiving our quarterly newsletter, serving as speakers at our in-house meetings, returning for events, or serving as volunteers.
For more information on how you can participate in eliminating the stigma of addiction and recovery, attend upcoming events, or receive our newsletter, please contact us.
For more information on meetings and alumnae activities, contact Nicci Noteboom at (425) 823-8844 or 800-776-5944.
Alum Picnic: The picnic is 5-7 p.m., Saturday, August 20 at Residence XII. Residence XII provides everything. All you need to bring is an extra lawn chair or blanket if you have one. This is an alum-only event. FYI, due to the forecast of temps in the 90s, the Oak Room will be open for those who want to stay out of the sun.
Women’s AA Meeting “Sober Gals” Tuesday evenings from 7 to 8:30 p.m. in the Oak Room.
Alum Potluck: Third Friday of the month from 6-8 p.m. in the Oak Room. Residence XII provides main course, beverages and dessert. Alums please bring sides.
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MORE INFORMATION ABOUT LIVING A SOBER LIFE
- Anonymity vs. Secrecy: Do You Know the Difference?
Can a woman in recovery share her gratitude and speak up about her personal recovery to inspire others? Absolutely! Is she breaking the rules of anonymity as described in her 12-Step Program? No, she is not!
- SoberCircle.com (website)
SoberCircle.com is a friendly and feature-rich online recovery community. It is a “home away from home” for people in recovery or those considering recovery, and their family and friends.