Welcome to CeDAR Central! CeDAR Central provides you with the most update information you need to remain connected to CeDAR’s Alumni Community. We encourage you to bookmark this page and routinely check it for the most current information. Getting involved helps you to strengthen and enrich your own recovery, while also supporting the recovery of others within the community. Reach out anytime—I’m here for you! Meghan White, CeDAR Alumni Coordinator | 720.281.1605 | Meghan.email@example.com
Announcements: You wanted more of an opportunity for in-person connection and we listened! We are starting an in-person CeDAR Alumni meeting on Tuesdays, beginning June 28th, at Great Lawn Park in Lowry from 7pm-8pm. We will meet on the Eastside of the park near the steps. We will need help with supporting this meeting—both through service and participation— if we want to keep it as a weekly option. Please share this information with other CeDAR Alumni and let us know if you want to get involved!
We are excited to announce beginning Wednesday, July 6th, we will be offering a new bi-weekly virtual group: WriteRecover led by our very own alumna, Jean U. During this group, Jean will offer a recovery-related writing prompt and have the group free write for 20 minutes. Once time is up, the group will share and discuss what came up for them during the writing process. This is an open group so you are welcome to invite others in recovery who are not CeDAR Alumni. Wednesdays | 6:30pm-7:30pm | 720.442.3494
You’re not alone. This list is password protected & intended for the sole use of CeDAR Alumni.
Participate in virtual and in-person community recovery meetings.
Boredom can be a trigger. Find and explore a variety of pro-recovery events.
Get involved through service to support CeDAR Alumni programming.
Join a private and interactive Facebook group exclusive to CeDAR Alumni.
Creating community through individual connection. Schedule a 1:1 with Meghan. In-person or virtual options available.
Sign-up to receive CeDAR Connects, a monthly digital Alumni newsletter or access the archives.
This section includes a variety of recovery-related exercises and resources for on-going learning.