Hear a testimony from a brother or sister on the journey of recovery each week at 6:15 pm Central Time in the Foundry in Building B, followed by Recovery Support Group meetings at 7 pm (various locations and/or online).
Resurrection Recovery Support Groups welcome anyone who has been affected by substance, drug or alcohol abuse or addictions of any kind, including those struggling with mental health concerns.
Some groups are meeting in person and online, while others are online only or currently not meeting.
For current information on Recovery Support Groups, contact a group leader or email Marni Ellis, Community Support & Counseling Administrative Assistant, or call 913-544-0707. You can also join our Facebook group here.
Learn more about our ministry in this video, "Everything You've Always Wanted to Know About Recovery."
For everyone's safety for all in-person meetings:
We are planning for an expanded program of fellowship, a meal and testimonies to start up again in 2021; check this page or with group leaders for updates.
This 12-Step program is for ages 25 and under who are battling addictions of any type. The group meets Thursdays at 7 pm Central Time in Building B, room B206, as well as online via Zoom. For in person meetings, please access by using the south doors of Building B.
Al-Anon helps families and friends of alcoholics. Through sharing their experiences, strength and hope, the support group seeks solutions for their common problems.
We meet at two times during the week:
Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve common problems and help others to recover from alcoholism. The primary purpose of this group is to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety.
AA meets Tuesdays and Thursdays at 7 pm Central Time with both in-person and online options. Email Kent Harlow or call 913-220-1227 for Zoom meeting information.
In-person meetings are in Room C041b at Resurrection Leawood. Please access by using the far east door of the building (all other doors will be locked). This door will be locked at 7:15 pm; please contact leader if you need to enter after 7:15.
For more information about meetings, email Marni Ellis, Community Support and Counseling Administrative Assistant.
Co-Dependents Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women whose common purpose is to develop healthy relationships. The only requirement for membership is a desire for healthy and loving relationships. We gather together to support and share with each other in a journey of self-discovery -- learning to love the self. Living the program allows each of us to become increasingly honest with ourselves about our personal histories and our own codependent behaviors.
We rely upon the Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions for knowledge and wisdom. These are the principles of our program and guides to developing honest and fulfilling relationships with ourselves and others. In CoDA, we each learn to build a bridge to a Higher Power of our own understanding, and we allow others the same privilege.
The renewal process is a gift of healing for us. By actively working the program of Co-Dependents Anonymous, we can each realize a new joy, acceptance and serenity in our lives.
This class meets in person at Resurrection Leawood (Room B260) and online through Zoom. For more information, email Marcelo Rosa or call 913-707-6052, or email Marni Ellis, Community Support and Counseling Administrative Assistant.
This support group provides a safe space for those struggling with eating disorders to share thoughts and feelings with others who understand. It also allows individuals to practice relational skills and develop improved coping mechanisms.
A 12-step faith-based group for family and friends of loved ones struggling with substance use disorder and other addictions. This group is for people age 18+.
Pastor Darryl Burton leads these month-long classes via Zoom, alternating between hope one month and forgiveness the next. This is a time for sharing experiences, strength and hope. For more information, email Pastor Darryl, group leader, or Marni Ellis, Community Support and Counseling Administrative Assistant.
This 12 Step faith-based co-ed support group is for people who struggle with addictions and habits of any kind.
Groups meet online and in person:
For more information, email Marni Ellis, Community Support and Counseling Administrative Assistant.
This conversation group is for women who have been unable to stop substance abuse on their own, and also aids with unhealthy compulsive behaviors.
For men struggling with pornography and sex addiction. This gender-specific group uses the twelve steps and Life Recovery Bible in a Christ-centered approach.
This program helps those who are affected by the substance abuse, drug abuse, alcohol abuse or other addictions of a loved one. The meetings promote the use of tools to help with emotional upsets, promote effective communication methods when dealing with loved ones, and much more. For ages 18+.
This group is for people who have tried to stop a habit but have been unable to do so on their own. It is for men and women looking for recovery from alcohol, prescription drugs, pornography, gambling, drugs, food and other compulsive behaviors.
The issues live in our tissues. Y12SR combines the practical tools of the 12-step program with the ancient wisdom of yoga. Combining the two creates a model that truly addresses addiction as the physical, mental & spiritual dis-ease that it is.
Y12SR is a 12-step based discussion and yoga practice open to anyone dealing with their own addictive behavior or affected by the addiction behavior of others. This is an open and inclusive group; all are welcome! Bring a yoga mat and wear comfortable clothing.
Friday, May 14, 2021, 9 am – noon
Individuals with lived experience with a mental health condition or substance use, along with caregivers and the community are invited to this 2021 Virtual Recovery Conference organized by the Johnson County Mental Health Center.
Recovery Pastor Tom Langhofer and members of the Recovery Ministry share their stories and answer questions in this Zoom discussion, "Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Recovery."
How does someone find hope in the midst of the tragic loss of a child? Frank Boal, sportscaster with Fox 4 KC and WHB 810 Radio, shares his personal story following the death of his son Brett in a car accident. He talks about Brett’s struggle with addiction and its impact on his family.
The Kansas City Royals' general manager Dayton Moore spoke at Resurrection to raise awareness about the harmful effects of pornography and how to find hope after addiction. This event was part of our weekly Thursday Care Night programming.
We are looking to our youth for answers to why addiction is growing in Johnson County. This conversation took place on Thursday, September 19 in the Student Center.
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