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Healing Support

Here at Eagle's Healing Nest we understand that seeking help is just the beginning of a lifelong journey living in recovery. Below you will find various recovery support resources that we utilize and recommend at EHN.

Check out our community calendar here for more details on when these programs are offered.

Support group


AA | NA | Smart Recovery | Recovery in Christ

We offer onsite AA, NA, Smart Recovery and Recovery in Christ programs at the Nest. These programs are facilitated by certified veterans, some of which have completed our treatment program at Eagle's Healing Nest.


Alternative to Violence (AVP)

AVP is a worldwide accredited program that strives to inform and equip individuals and groups with tools for personal growth, community development & healthy conflict management.

To learn more about the AVP program click here



Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP)

WRAP is a nationally recognized program

that outlines a process for creating the life and wellness you want. With WRAP, the overall idea is to discover simple, safe, and effective tools to create and maintain wellness; Develop a daily plan to stay on track with your life and wellness goals; Identify what throws you off track and develop a plan to keep moving forward; Gain support and stay in control even in a crisis.

To learn more about the WRAP program click here


QPR Suicide Prevention & Training

EHN partners with the QPR Institute to provide education and training on suicide prevention. QPR's mission is to save lives and reduce suicidal behaviors by providing innovative, practical and proven suicide prevention training. QPR stands for Question, Persuade, Refer.

To learn more about The QPR Institute click here

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Recovery Community Network

Founded in 2014, the Recovery Community Network
(RCN) is a nonprofit, grassroots Recovery Community Organization dedicated to mobilizing resources within and outside of the recovery community to increase the prevalence of and access to recovery from substance use disorders.

To learn more about Recovery Community Network click here

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