SRA 2021 Fall Retreat

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The SRA 2021 Fall Retreat “Connection as a Path To Recovery” is coming up.

Date:  October 8 through 10, 2021

Time: 5pm Friday – 1pm Sunday

Place: The Incarnation Center, 253 Bushy Hill Rd., Ivoryton, CT 06442

Register by October 1 for Early Bird discount:

Full Weekend: $201

Weekend Camper: $126

Saturday Day tripper: $80

(Limited number of Half and Full Scholarships are available for the full weekend.)

For the health and safety of all participants, all registrants must be FULLY vaccinated in order to attend the retreat and proof of vaccination must be sent in advance. Please forward an image of your vaccination card or government issued proof to retreat@sranyc.org. You may redact personal information from the image, but the first and last name of the registrant must be visible, and the email must be sent from the same email address used to register.

Vaccination proof must be sent in advance of the start of the retreat. Proof will not be accepted at the door. Registrants who have not submitted proof will be asked to leave the retreat. Saturday-only attendees must also submit proof in advance. 

All vaccination information submitted to SRA will be deleted after the retreat.

If you have already registered and cannot forward proof of vaccination, your registration will be canceled and all fees will be refunded.

Find more information and register here.

Download pamphlet here.

SRA 2020 Spring Retreat is canceled

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A message from SRA Tri-State Intergroup:

Earlier today we learned that the Incarnation Center, home of our retreats, is closing for a few months. As a result, our Spring Retreat has been canceled. We will issue refunds on all paid reservations as soon as possible. Please be patient. 

We understand how “social distancing” is counter to the core of our program of recovery. We encourage you to make phone calls and send texts. Let’s take care of each other.

For more information and updates on COVID-19, please check the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the NYS Department of Health websites.

Make that call. Answer that call. 

PS: Want some good news regarding public health? Read this article on how research concludes Alcoholics Anonymous performs better than other common treatments, and is less expensive. 

2019 SRA Holiday Party

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Tristate Intergroup’s SRA Holiday Party will take place on Saturday, December 7, 2019, from 6 pm to 10 pm, at Holy Apostles Mission House, on the second floor, up the ramp.

A 6:15 pm meeting will be followed by food, fellowship, and entertainment.

Family and friends are welcome.

The party is $20 per person but no one will be turned away. Click here to register for the event.