Recovery Community Network
Founded in 2014, the Recovery Community Network
(RCN) is a nonprofit, grassroots Recovery Community Organization dedicated to mobilizing resources within and outside of the recovery community to increase the prevalence of and access to recovery from substance use disorders.
Connection is the key
We look to collaborate with members, partners and allies of the recovery community to broaden recovery resources in Central MN through peer-to-peer support services, public education, and advocacy. We seek to complete not compete with treatment options and services.
Service above self
The RCN Board consists of 7 volunteers. We represent people from within the recovery community, the veteran community and allies of recovery. 70% of our board are people who have a lived experience with recovery. 42% are veterans. 30% are women and 15% identify as people of color.
The RCN provides space for five weekly self-help meetings:
1) Wellbriety Meeting
Tuesday @ 6 pm
2) Men's A.A. Meeting
Wednesday @ 6:30 pm
3) NA Meeting
Wednesday @ 7 pm
4) Sober Squad
Thursday @ 7 pm.
5) Midtown A.A. Meeting
Saturday @ 7 pm
Note: Spanish Speaking Meetings are available upon request
Serving those who have served...
The RCN is specifically charged with helping our veteran community who may be living with or seeking help with a substance use disorder.
We Welcome You
The RCN hosts a monthly meeting for the Recovery Community. The meeting seeks to strengthen partnerships with members, allies and friends of the recovery community. We are open to anyone who aligns with the recovery movement. We seek to complete not compete with recovery options and services. We wish to build recovery capitol and augment other recovery services in the Central MN area.
What We Do
Our Certified Peer Recovery Specialists:
• Provide services that are free-of-charge;
• Promote recovery through peer to peer services;
• Are open to multiple pathways to recovery;
• Utilize motivational interviewing and a peer-based model of help;
• Provide specific services to our veteran community;
• Decrease stigma and increase recovery options.