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My 12 Step Store, the recovery gift and book store in West Hollywood, kicked off 2020 with the presentation of two checks in the amount of $2,020.00 for a total donation of $4,040.00 to benefit the Van Ness Recovery...
The Van Ness Recovery House has been serving the LGBTQ community since it first opened its doors on Van Ness Avenue, in 1973, making it the oldest recovery house serving the LGBTQ community in the nation today. LGBTQ alcoholics...
My 12 Step Store, the recovery book and gift store located in the heart of West Hollywood, is celebrating 15-years of servicing the recovering community with an alcohol-free mixer extravaganza. The event will be co-hosted by the West Hollywood Chamber...
City of West Hollywood and West Hollywood Sheriff’s Station continue their battle against driving under the influence (DUI). The City of West Hollywood is warning drivers who think it's no biggie to drive drunk that the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s...
The summer book signing series continues at My 12 Step Store West Hollywood with recovery advocate Johnny Allem, the author of the book "Say the Second Thing" about the work and the joy of recovery. Allem will be signing copies of...
The month of September is National Recovery Month. WEHO TIMES is happy to introduce "Ask Ken Seeley"--a new segment that allows our readers the opportunity to ask intervention specialist and addiction expert Ken Seeley, of Intervention 911, anything in...
HAPPY NEW YEAR!!! Were you seen at #BOOM! 2020 in West Hollywood? The city provided an alcohol-free venue for New Year's Eve with the 7th annual #BOOM! party, hosted by The West Hollywood Project. The annual free event is known...
The Sixth Annual Alcohol-free party #BOOM!, is returning to West Hollywood for a sober New Year's Eve celebration. This year's theme, The House of #Boom!, is a costume ball that will bring hundreds of people together for a fabulous celebration,...
Sad news on an early Sunday Morning. The West Hollywood Lions Club Log Cabin, a home to 12-step meetings for thousands upon thousands of recovering alcoholics and addicts, is scheduled to be demolished. The City of Beverly Hills gave...
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