Recovery Light the Path
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Your bridge to recovery begins here
of young adults
Suffer from Substance Use Disorder (SUD)
Our Youth Clubhouses help young people in recovery (or at risk for addiction) develop social skills that promote prevention, long-term health, wellness, recovery, and a drug-free lifestyle.
15% of young adults suffer from substance use disorder (SUD) compared to 6.6% of adults over the age of 26.
About the Clubhouses
A safe, drug-free environment
Our youth clubhouses provide a safe, drug-free environment for youth and young adults to engage socially with peers.
We help promote health, wellness, and long-term recovery through peer driven activities & support.
A little bit about what we do
A peer support approach to wellbeing
The clubhouses support and guide youth toward self-actualization, self-sufficiency, and sustained drug and alcohol free lifestyle.
Community connections are designed to educate youth, families, and professionals to build sustaining positive support systems. We foster opportunities within the community for youth to overcome the current culture of addiction.
Participants of the clubhouse participate in activities that build learning and capabilities; they conduct a live radio broadcast, develop art projects, participate in events, even develop movies.
I go to clubhouse because I feel like it's such an escape from the outside world and you can be there and be comfortable with people who respect you and your boundaries.
- Youth Clubhouse Participant
Live Broadcast from our Catskill Clubhouse
Tune in Fridays at 6pm to hear our Catskill Clubhouse broadcast on WGXC. The broadcast gives our Clubhouse participants the opportunity to build skills and participate in community based activities.
Combating the Opioid Epidemic
Providing Naloxone training to the community
We have hired and trained some of the teenagers to be certified youth peer leaders. The new peer leaders learned about opioid use disorder and how to administer life-saving medication like Narcan (Naloxone).
The teens have engaged with the community, providing this training at various locations all over the counties.
136 people die every day from an opioid overdose.1 An estimated 3.7% of youth and 15% of young adults suffer from a substance use disorder (SUD). Of these in need of treatment, only 0.6% and 1.6%, respectively, received services.2
It's our mission to change that.
We provide a supportive, peer based center, support, and Naloxone training to help protect against opioid overdoses.
1. Understanding the Epidemic
2. Youth and Young Adults | Substance Use
A Cinematic Experience
Making a documentary
Youth Clubhouses provide a place for young adults to participate in engaging activities. In 2021, our youth developed a documentary movie for the CREATE: Flash Film Fest and won an award for Best Youth Film.