YOU ARE NEVER ALONE IN YOUR RECOVERY JOURNEY. WE ARE ONE.

 
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WE ARE ONE RECOVERY IS BRINGING THE COMMUNITY TOGETHER TO RAISE AWARENESS AND
CONNECTING THOSE AFFECTED BY ADDICTION TO RESOURCES, EDUCATION AND SUPPORT.


 
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Amanda Thorpe

Amanda is the proud wife of a Recovering Alcoholic.  Amanda has been very involved in Coles recovery journey as well as working on finding peace, forgiveness, and healing for herself. She is proud to say that She and Cole, along with their two children, are a “family in recovery” and very openly share their journey in order to inspire others. She works as a Registered Nurse as well as an energy healing practitioner. She enjoys hosting mentoring events and teaching classes on Meditation, Essential Oils and emotional wellbeing.

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Cole Thorpe   

Cole is a Recovering Alcoholic and just celebrated his 5 years of sobriety. Cole is dedicated to his recovery and has integrated it into his daily life. From recovery meetings, sponsorship, Big Book Study, personal development, meditation and speaking he has made his recovery a top priority in his life. He is a wonderful father to two beautiful kids. Cole joins his wife in co-founding We Are One Recovery in order to give back and welcome others to the world of recovery.

 

About Us: 

We hope to shine light on the world of addiction. Far too often addiction is hidden in the shadows and goes without being talked about for fear of judgment or shame.
We are creating a space for addiction recovery to be talked about, celebrated, encouraged and supported. We Are One Recovery C.A.R.E.S.

Awareness : 

Join us in our efforts to raise public awareness of the realities of addiction and the massive impact it is having our community as a whole. 

Resources:

Our community has very diverse and valuable resources to assist you in your recovery. It is often difficult to navigate the recovery world or even find our about what resources are available.
We hope to bridge the gap between those who are suffering and the resources that are available to them. 

Education: 

Education can be one of the most empowering things you can do as a support for anyone struggling with addiction. Join us as we learn from leading industry professions and find resources for your ongoing recovery education.