A HERO is someone who inspires and is a role model to many. Heroes fill hearts with hope and empower others to explore recovery within every opportunity faced. We walk together on our path of learning. We will triumph over our mental health and substance challenges. The road ahead may hold obstacles and certainly successes. Discover the path to wellness now and be a HERO to others. HERO Discovery center teaches skills and helps build a strong foundation for independent living. We provide a community for those ages 18-25 years old.
RIA is part of our community outreach that serves residents in Maricopa County by linking providers, members and overall community with resources and development opportunities.
REN's Recovery In Action provides planned activities that support community integration and connection while focusing on socialization, environmental awareness and fostering community of support in an active group environment.
Healthy Living at REN is a program where members are empowered to take charge of their own health & wellness. Each member has he opportunity to work one on one with a certified personal trainer to develop a person-centered wellness plan. As members work with Healthy Living staff, they are able to identify some lifestyle changes that allow for a boost in their overall well-being.
The R.E.C. focuses on recovery in a group based setting with a variety of classes and groups designed by peers that have been where you, and want to meet you where you're at on your path on your recovery journey!
Art & Painting
LGBTQ+ Support Group
Games Group & Electric Bingo
Crafts & Jewelry Making
Voices & Visions
Open Discussion / Group Topic
Grief & Loss
Have a suggestion for a class?
We want to hear from you!
Submit your idea via the link below and fill out the contact form.
REN's Learning department focuses on personal growth and provides members in recovery an opportunity to learn skills to heal from the inside. Each skill we learn, we can apply to every step we take on our journey to recovery and wellness.
Heal Your Life
Heal Your Heart After Loss
PTSD Support Group
Supported Volunteering is another of our community outreach that serves residents in Maricopa County by linking providers, members and overall community with resources and development opportunities.
Volunteer opportunities range from animal shelters, adopt-a-street, retail environments, community organization, facilitation of meal services within shelters and much more!
Food Box Distribution:
We are able to coordinate with your clinic to have your food boxes delivered directly to your door. This resource can help with the logistics of receiving the food boxes.
For more information please connect with
Dora Brown by email email@example.com
or by phone 602-388-7253.
Hope’s Door is a peer-run program operated by the Recovery Empowerment Network. In this program, people who may be headed for a crisis can take a look at their circumstances, make a plan to stay safe and out of crisis, and learn ways to achieve whole-person wellness.
Hope’s Door can help accomplish things that case managers don’t have time to do, reduce the number of crisis calls, augment our Partners’ services by helping with the continuum of care, and help keep Members out of the hospital and/or reduce re-admittance.
Check out our Hope's Door Page for more info!
Supported Employment is an evidence-based employment service proven to help individuals looking to enter the workforce. We walk with you hand-in-hand throughout the process of finding work that fits your life. Our Supported Employment Specialist are dedicated to helping our members from resume to on-the-job employment needs. Click below to find out more!
A peer support worker, also known as a peer specialist, is a person with significant life-altering experience. This is also referred to as "lived experience". These individuals provide help to others who with have struggles pertaining to mental health, psychological trauma or substance use. REN's engaging and dynamic training will provide you with knowledge, skills and tools to assist you in your recovery journey. Along with a new set of skills, RST allows you to become credentialed as a Peer Support Specialist.
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Recovery Empowerment Network provides food service 6 days a week. Monday through Saturday. We serve Breakfast & lunch prepared by our kitchen staff & Executive Chef Jennifer Morgan, a Cordon Bleu graduate. Our meals are prepared fresh and created with your health in mind!
Have a food allergy or diet restriction? We can connect you with the Kitchen staff to support your dietary needs!
(Hours subject to change on holidays)
At REN, we strive to get you the information you need and meet you where you're at on your journey to recovery.
Check out our Membership page and more information on our referral process. We want to meet you where you're at on your journey to recovery.
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Community Treasures facilitates getting donations to the individuals that need them. CT provides those in need the supplies they need. Some of the items that we accept to then donate back to our community hygiene items, household supplies, clothing, canned goods, and more!
REN's Community treasures hosts an Annual Treasure Hunt that is open to case managers & the community to give back those who are in need of the donations we receive.
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We're open on Saturdays! Weekend connection is geared toward group settings and activities for those who are interested in weekend services.
Our Peer Support staff provide a more intimate environment for your recovery journey. Hope to see you for our next Weekend Connection!
REN participates in activities throughout the Behavioral Health community.
Twice a year we head out to the kickball fields and join our peers in the Bi-Annual Tournament of Hope.
2019 was the first year for the Annual Basketball Tournament for Peer-runs.
We can't leave out Rockin' Roll For Recovery, where players take the lanes in a good fun bowling tournament!
Recovery Empowerment Network believes in providing a healthy environment and lifestyle physically, mentally and emotionally for all who are associated with the behavioral health community. We host an annual 5K to raise funds and awareness for recovery. 100% of the proceeds are circulated into the services we provide.
Interested in partnering with us? Click the link below to become a sponsor!
We are always looking for new and fun ways to get connected with the community! Here are a few events and activities we host and/or participate in to connect members with resources on their journey recovery in Maricopa County.
-APS Light Parade
- Community Camp
- Nature Fest
- Fall Costume Party
- Holiday Celebration
Self-Management And Recovery Training (SMART) is a global community of mutual-support groups. At meetings, participants help one another resolve problems with any addiction (to drugs or alcohol or to activities such as gambling or over-eating). Participants find and develop the power within themselves to change and lead fulfilling and balanced lives guided by our science-based and sensible 4-Point Program®
Courage Lab helps connect you to online resources and enhancing computer skills. Our recovery coaches and help you develop your online ability and stay connected.
Our staff can help in the areas such as...
-General Internet Use
Open M-F from 12:30pm -3:30pm
(Times subject to change)
The Peer & Family Referral Center or PFRC is a customer service hub for providers and agencies to use for all Peer-Run agency referral needs. The PFRC serves as a central resource with a mission to increase access to peer and family services to individuals who are diagnosed as SMI and GHMSUin Maricopa County and are enrolled in RBHA's adult system of care. Our recovery Navigators support individuals in an individualized approach through sharing information and tours of all peer and family services available. See the PFRC website by clicking the link below!