The WeHo Recovery Center and the Log Cabin are now open for 12-step recovery meetings. The calendar meeting schedule is currently limited, but both spaces will have in-person meetings starting today, Tuesday, June 15, 2021 after being closed since mid-March 2020.
The WeHo Recovery Center and Log Cabin are currently updating their schedule with the latest info for each group. Before June 15th, all available meetings were online only. After the 15th all groups will be designated as either, Live & In Person Now, Live Soon with a start date, Hybrid (In Person & On Zoom), On Zoom Only, or On Hiatus. The current calendar lists some meetings in green, which means they are happening live and in person now with more coming soon.
According to the WeHo Recovery Center website, all previously existing groups have first dibs on their day in the calendar, time and room location. There will be no rent collected for the second half of June. After July 1, 2021, groups are required to pay monthly rent for the room if they still plan on returning. All 3 rooms will reopen at a reduced rate for six months to ensure groups can rebuild their attendance. Both spaces do not offer WiFi, or tech support, but any group wishing to have a hybrid meeting may do so by the group conscience.
An updated calendar and list of 12 step program acronyms, as well as local office contact information, can be found at http://thewhrc.org/meetings/.
On April 2020, the historic Log Cabin was saved from demolition when the City of West Hollywood leased it and the West Hollywood Recovery Center took over management to ensure all 90+ weekly 12-step group meetings on N Robertson Blvd continue. A virtual celebration took place May 16th and 17th in 2020, which inspired ongoing monthly recovery weekends for more than a year while the space remained closed.
The West Hollywood Recovery Center officially reopened in November 2017 after some renovations. The mission of the Recovery Center and Log Cabin is to provide a meeting place for 12-step groups, and to provide assistance with addiction recovery, prevention and education to those in need.
This is wonderful news.