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The month of September is recognized as National Recovery Month. The Safe WeHo Community Coalition will discuss the rampant rise in meth use in West Hollywood at its next (virtual) meeting on September 29th, 2021. A WeHo community advocate is...
Van Ness Recovery House (VNRH), the oldest rehab serving the LGBT community in the nation, is currently holding a fundraiser to help with the purchase a new stove as well as help with other badly needed kitchen upgrades. With...
The West Hollywood Recovery Center is celebrating the recent saving of the Log Cabin with a virtual recovery conference on the weekend of Saturday, May 16, and Sunday, May 17, 2020. The conference will take place via Zoom. Meetings will...
"What makes your dick hard?" That was one of the questions that panelist Tom Pardoe, explored at West Hollywood's Chemsex Town Hall panel this past Wednesday, February 12. The town hall discussion centered around sex and drugs and why too...
Recovery gift and bookstore, MY 12 STEP STORE WEHO, has moved to a new location. To celebrate the move and the soft opening in its new location, My 12 Step Store is hosting an open house from 9am-6pm, during...
My 12 Step Store, the recovery gift and book store, located in the heart of West Hollywood, is known for its large selection of recovery items for anyone working a program of recovery looking for that perfect sober gift. The...
The countdown is set for Dancing4Dollars Dance-a-thon--a fundraiser hosted by La Fuente Hollywood Treatment Center on Saturday July 28, 2018. Funds raised will benefit the Los Angeles LGBT Center’s homeless youth programs and services. The event will be held...
La Fuente Hollywood Treatment Center is hosting Dancing4dollars Dance-a-Thon in support of the Los Angeles LGBT Center’s youth programs and services on July 28. The fundraiser aims to engage local community, raise awareness regarding addiction treatment, celebrate sober life and...
When a person is recovering from addiction, giving back to the community and helping others can be great in the healing process. Practical experience has shown that nothing will so much ensure success with addiction, as intensive work with...
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