Abstinence from addiction is only the beginning.

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548 N. New Street, 2nd Floor Bethlehem, PA 18018

Bethlehem Recovery Center

Abstinence from addiction is only the beginning. Northampton County residents are encouraged to pursue meaningful lives with purpose at the Bethlehem Recovery Center. We hope that they will find inspiration, encouragement, and support through the examples of our volunteers at the BRC as well as through peers living clean and sober lifestyles. It takes a community to support the recovery process. This Northampton County initiative recognizes and supports the efforts and investment of those personally in recovery as well as those supporting their efforts.

Stop by, mingle, become better informed, be a presence in the recovery community, as a resource, a supporter or a member of the recovery community, make a difference. People can and do deal with their addiction and live in recovery.

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The BRC

The BRC is currently host to a variety of recovery based support meetings. Please check local meeting lists of the different fellowships for days and times of specific meetings. The BRC is operated by volunteers in recovery and managed by professional staff. We have variety of resources including computers, internet access, telephones, and recovery based reading materials.
We coordinate special social events such as the following:

    • Movie Night
    • Karaoke
    • Holiday Parties
    • Cookouts (Seasonal)
    • Monthly Volunteer Meeting
    • Educational and Life Skills Workshops
    • Guest Speakers
We are interested in meeting the needs of the recovering community and always remain open to suggestions and feedback.

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Our Mission

The Bethlehem Recovery Center offers a safe environment to those seeking recovery and/or who are part of the treatment continuum.

Although we are not a treatment facility, we are able to assist those in need, refer members of the center to community resources as needed. We encourage and guide members to pursue meaningful lives with purpose at the BRC.

Our hope is that they will find inspiration, encouragement, support through the examples of our volunteers and staff at the center. It takes effort and a dedicated community to support the recovery process.

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