A safe place to be real for youth ages (12-17) who are facing mental health issues, substance abuse, or other challenges. A place for connection and support through music, games, tutoring and support circles.
We are a Recovery Community Organization where everyone is loved and valued. A safe space of belonging where we leave any judgement at the door.
Mondays 4:00PM - 7:30PM
Free Dinner Served at 5:00 PM
Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
PAL is a support group for ALL family members of those who battle substance abuse disorder.
Join us TUESDAYS at 6:30pm in the Blue Meeting Room
On Tuesday nights The Bridge is host to The Last Minute AA Meeting. This is an OPEN meeting. All are welcome.
Doors open at 6:30pm for conversation and snacks.
Meeting 7-8 PM in the Cafe'
Wednesday nights are for youth, ages 13-19, that seek understanding and a different way of life. The Landing Place is a safe space for them to come when they are ready to deal with the 'stuff' of life. Our programming offers recovery tools for freedom of addiction, how to deal with feelings of acceptance or rejection, relationship issues, pain and abuse.
Doors open at 5:30 pm to sign in,
eat dinner and open mic
On Sunday nights The Landing is host to a weekly NA Meeting.
7-8 PM in the Cafe'
The Landing's website was made possible with generous donations from Leadership Hancock County and NineStar Connect
Help The Landing Place show our teens and their families that there is life after addiction. Your donation will help us provide education, resources, treatment and a safe place to be real.