Month: March 2020

Jaywalker Online Alumni Meetings

ONLINE ALUMNI MEETING Please join us on the Zoom platform for our Jaywalker Lodge Alumni Meeting!We will be hosting Alumni meeting on Wednesday’s @ 6pm MST. Jaywalker is continuing services with online support and weekly meetings for our Alumni. Although we can not gather to break bread at The Lodge, we look forward to hosting this online meeting.  CLICK TO JOIN ALUMNI MEETINGVisit www.zoom.us/join to attend! Enter Zoom code 512-769-1436 to joining the meeting.ONLINE AA MEETINGSWe have compiled a resource list for online 12-Step meetings that are Colorado specific and hosted through www.zoom.us CLICK HERE FOR ONLINE 12 STEP MEETINGS Please let us know if you need any support with meetings or resources while COVID-19 has all mass gatherings restricted. We are thinking about all of you!‌‌‌ “Life will take on new meaning. To watch people recover, to see them help others, to watch loneliness vanish, to see a fellowship grow up about you,…

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Experience, Strength, & Hope

Hello everyone my name is Stuart.  I am a alcoholic/addict in recovery.  A little about myself I grew up in a very small rural town in Montana. My early childhood was very stable and had a loving home to grow up with my brother in. At seven years old things took a drastic turn for the worst. I suffered a severe and nearly life ending leg injury in a Go-cart accident. I won’t go into detail because it is very graphic.  I was rushed to the hospital in Bozeman MT, where it was decided immediately that in hopes to save my leg I needed to be taken to an advanced surgical center. I was taken by life flight to Primary Children’s Hospital in Salt Lake City, UT. I was hospitalized there 1.5 months there requiring massive amounts of surgeries to be able to save my leg from being fully amputated.  I was…

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Jaywalker & COVID-19

March 13, 2020 Dear Jaywalker Family and Community, At Jaywalker, we take our responsibility to the safety of our clients and our community seriously. For the past few weeks, we have been closely monitoring the spread of COVID-19 throughout the United States, following guidance from the CDC and local health authorities, and consulting with community health experts to ensure we have the right plans and resources in place to safeguard the health and wellbeing of all the people we serve. Nothing is more important. Over the past two weeks, we have taken the following actions: Instituted a screening process for admissions and outside visitors that includes questions about recent fevers, overseas travel, and family members’ risks to reduce the possibility of introduction of the virus into the treatment environment. Anyone deemed a possible risk to our clients or staff will not be admitted to our facilities. We will be offering our family…

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