In recent years Barnstable County has had higher rates of opioid related overdose and alcohol impaired driving deaths than the state. Listen to The Point podcast that features some of the local organizations and programs here to help: free services providing supports such as relapse prevention, social events, job readiness/job search activities, and advocacy and recovery coaching. Read more about The Point episode
Join Recovery Without Walls as we celebrate the book launch of author Angela Shepherd! September 27, 2023 12 PM Coonamessett Inn Angela Shepherd is the author of As She Recovers. Book talk and luncheon with the author.
Troy's Take by Troy Clarkson
Music is a universal language - and music is a universal healer. Here in Falmouth, a couple of local nonprofits have embraced that concept and are offering the opportunity to have fun and heal with their music offerings. Recovery Without Walls (RWW) presents “Rockin’ Recovery” at Old Silver Beach, a free concert featuring the Moonlighters, one of Cape Cod’s best-known and most beloved rock bands. Each year, the concert raises funds to support the healing work of RWW and provides hours of singing, dancing, and summer memories. Read more Healing Music with Rockin' Recovery
After many years, Recovery Without Walls (RWW), has moved its offices. Still located at 350 Gifford Street in Homeport, and only up one flight of stairs, the new location provides more space in order to meet the continuing growth of the RWW program. The office has an open, light feel. Read more about our new location >
The Gathering Point
Homeport 350 Gifford Street, Falmouth, MA
Join us in a dynamic meditation gathering offering women in recovery practical mindfulness & meditation techniques to help ease the daily stresses of real life. FREE, beneficial and open to all levels, no prior experience necessary. Learn more about the meditation class >
Article by Troy Clarkson
This week marks 10 years that one community solution—Bill Dougherty’s Recovery Without Walls—has been changing lives and helping women find a way up and a way out. Ten years of solutions. Hundreds of lives beginning anew. Ten years of renewed hope. Hundreds of families beginning to heal. Read the article >
One of our associates, Steven Klarer discussing acupuncture.
Getting People Into Treatment And Following Through When They Are Out This is the fifth article in a series called A Cape Addiction that explores drug abuse on Cape Cod. Timothy Lineaweaver from Woods Hole explains how the program, Cape Care for Depression, helps connect people to treatment, and William Dougherty of West Falmouth sees early success in his program, Recovery Without Walls. By LAURA [...]