Recovery Week

Recovery Week is a week-long celebration of our clients that we hold each year. This week is filled with workshops, activities, and self-care opportunities available to both our clients and staff. See the schedule of our activities and photos from the week below:

Day 1, June 17th – Harkness Park. Games, activities and more!
Day 2, June 18th – Recovery through various art projects.
Day 3, June 19th – All Souls Church talent show, DJ and pizza truck by Rolling Tomato
Day 4 , June 20th – SCSI self care day w/ yoga and more
Day 5, June 21st – SCSI closing breakfast, awards and final raffles.

Also, check out some of the quotes we received from our staff and clients about Recovery Week:

Our Clients:

“Recovery Week is my favorite time of year. I always feel so good!”

“Thank you for doing this for all us clients. We look forward to this each year and would never be able to do this stuff without you guys.”

“Man, Recovery Week is baller! Ya’ll do mad healthy wellness activities!”

“The talent show is the best day! It’s so much fun to watch everyone get up there and sing and stuff!”

“I am so grateful to be part of something that helps me to feel good in creative ways outside of therapy. Each day of Recovery Week makes me feel good in a different way. Thank you!

“Recovery week is just fun, man! You spend the whole week hanging out with people care about you and you do cool stuff!”

Our Staff:

“I look forward to this every year. It is so great to be able to come together with people from across the agency and to really connect with our clients.”

“The talent show is my favorite part! It is so great to see our community putting it all out there with pride.”

“I have never worked for a place like Sound! You guys do all this great stuff for the staff and the clients. It’s so awesome!”

“Recovery Week is my favorite time of year! I get watch our clients smile for a week straight. It doesn’t get better than that!”

“I was honored to be on the Recovery Week Planning Committee. It gave me an opportunity to get to know employees that I don’t normally have a chance to work with and to have a direct impact on the lives of our clients.”

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