Entries by Natasha Ash

Re-opening announcement

We are happy to announce the reduced capacity re-opening of Capital Recovery Center’s PEER groups beginning July 1, 2020. from 9 am -3:30 pm.   Pre-enrollment is required for our scheduled groups. If you are not currently enrolled, you will not be able to attend due to the group size limitations. All groups will be […]

Capital Recovery Center and Olympia Bupe Clinic response to Coronavirus

As of Monday, March 16, Capital Recovery Center will be adjusting our services in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. We are committed to continuing to provide life-saving medication, peer support, and outreach to the extent possible. We are, at the same time, taking proactive measures to ensure the safety of our patients, staff, and community […]

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update for Capital Recovery Center

Friends and valued supporters, Given the rapidly changing news about the Coronavirus (COVID-19), we are monitoring the situation closely. The people we serve are our highest priority, and we will continue to do everything we can to provide services while taking the utmost precaution for the health and safety of our participants, clients, staff, and […]

In the news: The Olympian publishes story titled “A look inside the Olympia clinic serving hundreds of people battling opioid addiction.”

A look inside the Olympia clinic serving hundreds of people battling opioid addiction BY SARA GENTZLER DECEMBER 29, 2019 06:00 AM  “If you hit rock bottom, what would it take to pull you back up? What if the force that pulled you down was a chemical dependency you’d been facing for decades? Sean Allen and […]

In the news! The Olympian publishes editorial by the Olympian Editorial Board, “Reducing the harm addiction does to addicts, their loved ones — and their community”

Published in the Olympian on December 15, 2019 “For many years now, we’ve known that addiction to opioids, including heroin, is a bona fide disease, a persistent mental illness that hijacks the brain in ways that are different from but no less profound than schizophrenia or bipolar disorder. Nonetheless, most people still judge people with […]