BWROC is an independent stand-alone 501(c)(3) non-profit created to empower and engage recovering people, their families and community.
Every day, people recovery go without the help they need.
They go without education, without resources, without being spoken up for, without connecting with people around them, without caring for their health.
MI-REACH was created to help make those connections and to help people in recovery grasp a fuller, more fulfilling life.
We are a homespun grassroots organization . . . . . we stand to make it better for ALL it's residents in recovery from alcohol and drug addiction and the people around them.
MI-REACH is a non-profit created to enhance and enlarge the lives of people in recovery and their families.
To educate the public, policy makers, service providers, and the media about the reality of recovery.
To bring classes and workshops to people in recovery to help them become a greater asset to their families and community.
Where are the people in recovery when we are making critical decisions concerning them? Advocacy is aimed at ending the punishment and incarceration of people for their status as people with histories of addiction. These barriers make it much more difficult for people to get their lives back on track, get a job, obtain housing, and reunite with their families and friends
We advocate by giving meaningful representation and voice for people in long-term addiction recovery and family members on issues that affect their lives
By engaging and re-engaging with the community, our members become better able to continue to grow in their recovery, helping days and months turn into years and decades.
When people in recovery again become active members of their communities, everyone benefits. MI-REACH helps them to do exactly that and more.
Because we believe in and support long-term recovery, we are interested in and supportive of individual wellness and "wellbriety"