A new three-station computer lab is now available to Cafe members during the day to help find resources, check messages, and do other web-based work.
Mark Lundholm has brought his recovery comedy around the world. In October he’ll be bringing it to San Jose in a special benefit show for RCSJ!
Carrie talks about gratitude, and how Recovery Cafe San Jose brought to a place to understand what it really means.
Skye talks about family, gangs, drugs, alcohol, living the streets, and transitioning to a woman. It all comes back to a red dress and heels.
Chris shares about recovery, family, the legal and mental health systems, and ukulele.
Rosanna is a petite woman with brown, soulful eyes. Her face lights up when she talks about Recovery Cafe. “It’s almost like an A.A. meeting,” she says, “but better.”
“Is heaven here?” a member asked as I steamed a brand new pitcher of milk. “It must be!” was the only response I had. Heaven, magical …
January is flying past since our reopening three weeks ago, on January 2nd! Opening day was impressive, as the Cafe was filled to capacity …
We’re pleased to introduce three new RCSJ team members: Hollie, Rikki, and Denise. Read about what brought them to RCSJ in this post.
What makes the RCSJ kitchen work? With donated food, lots of volunteers, great creativity, and barely any budget, Chef Doug gets nutritious meals to our members every day. In this post he tells you how he does it.