One Shared Spirit Recovery
501c3 Non-Profit Organization

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At One Shared Spirt (501c) we incorporate lived experience & wisdom from the recovery community to provide a safe place to heal. We honor all pathways to recovery and self-determination in choosing what recovery journey will help achieve all of your personal goals.
We provide peer support from educated peers with lived experience, advocacy, and an open heart.
Equity, inclusion and diversity is a priority towards healing stigma, disparity, and exclusion of the recovery community.
Our holistic programs offer themes that incorporate the Mind, Body, and Spirit. We are a center that is run by its members.
One Shared Spirit Recovery Center is a safe, inclusive, and confidential service we provide to the town of Mashpee & it's surrounding communities for those seeking support on their Recovery Journey.
We are nonmedical and provide the recovery system model of wellness.

Anyone who is seeking or in recovery from any substance (alcohol, opioid, ect.) use is welcome to our services, events, and resources.
All of our groups, individual help, events, and other services are FREE and no referrals are needed as we are non-medical.
We have an ASG Mobile Unit that comes once per week that provides FREE services such as syringe services, referrals for treatment centers and medication assisted assisted treatment for opioid use disorders, narcan training, PrEP/PEP to prevent and stop HIV, and even STI testing. Check our calendar for when they come!


Since One Shared Spirit was founded in 2021, we’ve helped countless individuals as they navigate through difficult times. We create communities where people can find the support they need through the power of compassion and connection. When people are facing challenges, it’s helpful for them to be able to find support from others who understand what they’re going through, and that’s what they’ll find at our Support Group. We welcome you into a safe space where you can share your story with others who have had similar experiences on their recovery journey!

Please Consider a Tax-Deductible Donation!

All donations go directly towards running the center, creating and hosting events, and providing more resources for those in substance use-recovery.

M I S S I O N

Our recovery community's mission is to incorporate the knowledge/experience from those with lived experience of substance use history into holistic based recovery groups; as well as provide a safe, welcoming, and healing space for those who are seeking and are in recovery. We offer a program that allows choices based on self-determination to accomplish individual wellness goals. We believe every person deserves to be safe, respected, and offered fair and equitable opportunities in life without stigma, prejudice, exclusion, isolation, disparity or dehumanization. Our objective is to provide advocacy, education, training, cross-cultural education, community involvement, and peer support services for the people of Barnstable County.

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V I S I O N & V A L U E S

We envision a world of acceptance for those with substance abuse history. With our holistic approach and honoring all pathways to recovery, we strive to achieve this vision of a more compassionate and accepting world.

We value self-discovery, personal growth, wellness as defined by the individual, transparency, justice and fairness, goal-setting and achieving, learning experiences, and supporting one another. We believe in a holistic and peer-to-peer participatory process of
recovery that supports the body, mind, and spirit. We also strongly value developing and strengthening relationships with all individuals regardless of race, ethnicity, and sexual orientation.

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What Do We Offer?

  •  Harm Reduction 

  • Meditation

  • Group Peer Support Training

  • Individual Support

  • Narcan Training

  • Recovery Coach Supervision

  • Men's & Women's Groups

  • Recovery groups

  • Sober Events

  • Family Days

  • Red Road To Recovery (Native American Based Recovery Groups For All People)

  • LGBTQ+ Groups

  • Animal Recovery Support

  • Peer-To-Peer Supported Recovery

  • Art & Crafts Groups

  • Journaling Groups

 

We will be also offering resources such as....​

 

  • Life Skills Classes

  • Local job postings

  • Housing Referrals

  • Food Resources   ​

  • Etc...... 

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