"When ‘I’ becomes ‘We’
even Illness becomes Wellness"
Troy Neuman Co-Founder
Kasandra Borchardt Co-Founder
Anything is possible with recovery. New life, new you.
Stay true to what is right.
If we aren't honest with ourselves, we cannot be honest with others.
Listen with intent, act with sincerity.
Love yourself unconditionally; remove judgements toward others.
Three Bridges Recovery believes that recovery is best achieved when individuals have access to peer support, safe sober housing, employment or continued education opportunities, and skills for life.
For that reason we focus on the following areas:
Continued education for existing coaches as well as continued recruitment for additional coaches are a main area of focus. Educating the community about recovery coaching and the many benefits ensures quality connections are being made when they are needed most.
Safe and sober housing is essential at all levels of recovery. Currently our community lacks emergency/transitional housing as well as supervised housing. Three Bridges Recovery is in the early stages of a community housing development plan and brings an important voice to the table on this matter.
SKILLS FOR LIFE
Recognizing that life skills are not automatically acquired by reaching a chronological mile-stone, Three Bridges Recovery values the importance of domestic, employment, relationship, and social skills development through teaching, mentoring and modeling. Creating an environment of recovery minded friends and colleagues is paramount to an individual continued wellness.
We are state certified Narcan trainers and can perform large classroom settings and small impromptu Narcan trainings for individuals and groups interested. We also have Narcan available on site for free to anyone in need.
Three Bridges Recovery is an organization built of the community for the community. As a peer support organization Three Bridges Recovery is able to provide a strong 'consumer' voice in a world of services that can often be overwhelming to navigate. We currently partner with the Wood County Drug Task Force on various projects as well as Aspirus Riverview Hospital for an ED2 Recovery program - visit Wisconsin Voice for Recovery on the web or Facebook for more information.