Women in Recovery

Our backgrounds are unique, our stories vary, and our programs may differ, but we are all women in recovery and we come together to heal, transform, and connect. 

“The mission of Women in Recovery is to create a caring community that provides education, spiritual insight, and growth opportunities for women in all twelve step recovery programs.” 

Join us each month as we nurture, renew, and transform not only our programs but our lives.



Women in Recovery Speaker Series


Suzula Bidon

Recovery is more than just abstinence. Recovery is a lifelong process of healing, transformation, and growth. Regardless of how addiction manifests in our lives, its essence is disconnection and dysregulation (the inability to regulate our thoughts and feelings). Twelve Step programs help us reconnect, and provide a path to psychological and spiritual healing, but they offer little guidance for physical healing and how to reunify the body with the mind and spirit.

Suzula will help us rediscover the power and peace in our bodies, by sharing simple physical practices that allow us to regulate our thoughts and feelings and remain in integrity in any situation. Using breath and movement, Suzula will show us how to experience the spiritual principles of recovery by “working the Twelve Steps” physically. 


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The Women in Recovery Speaker Series is held on the FOURTH WEDNESDAY of the month between January and October at the Hennepin Avenue United Methodist Church. From relationships to health and wellness, from finances to forgiveness, speakers look to cover topics of universal concern to women in all forms of recovery.


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Women in Recovery Book Groups


Wednesday, January 8, 2020 


“Two Halves of Life” by Richard Rohr


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Thursday, January 9, 2020


“The Seta of the Soul" by Gary Zukav


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For More Events, Please Check our Calendar of Events.