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The City of West Hollywood is making an offer to the City of Beverly Hills, to have the West Hollywood Recovery Center (WHRC) take over the lease at the Lions Club Log Cabin in the hopes to save the...
Actor Ben Affleck has fallen off the wagon and compromised his sobriety after a night of partying in West Hollywood this past Saturday, October 26. The slip-up happened months after he achieved one year of continuous sobriety this past...
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...
Recovery gift and book store, MY 12 STEP STORE WEHO, is moving to a larger location. The store that specializes in 12-step literature, recovery medallions, jewelry and sober apparel is moving next door to the former N101 Nutrition space,...
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 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...
My 12 Step Store, the recovery gift and book store, located in the heart of West Hollywood, is being showcased on channel CBS 2 show “This is LA,” on Sunday, December 9, 2018, at 10am PST (check your local listing for possible...
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...
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...
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