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Other Events

Explore other events happening remotely or near you.

At JAAN, we’re committed to connecting people to a wide range of resources and information. In addition to JAAN-specific events, we’ve gathered information here about upcoming events hosted and coordinated by other organizations, related to substance use disorder, recovery and the Jewish experience. Browse the listings here and click on the links for more information.

If you have an event you’d like us to include, contact us to tell us about it.

The following events are open to all.

Online and In Person: Serenity Shabbat Services
A Joyful Celebration of the Dual Blessings of Recovery & Shabbat!
The Lior Project of Ann Arbor, MI
Next Service: Friday, April 8, 2022, 7:30 pm ET
with Temple Beth Emeth
For details and the full winter/spring schedule of services, click here.

Online: Sober Sunday - Prevention for Parents of Teens & Pre-Teens
Speaker: Lisa Kapan, LMSW, CAADC, ACSW
Jewish Addiction Resource Alliance of Detroit
Sunday, April 10, 2022, 7:00 pm ET
Register here for the Zoom link to attend live or view the recording.

Online: Community Recovery Seder 2022
Alcohol-free Zoom Seder for those journeying toward recovery, those in recovery, and their loved ones and allies - a confidential way to
be among others who speak the language of recovery.
North Shore Congregation Israel
Sunday, April 10, 2022, 5:00-6:00 pm CT
Register here.

In Person: JACS National Retreat
Join with others to explore Jewish resources, enjoy Shabbat & share
in 12-Step oriented Jewish spiritual meetings and workshops.
May 20-22, 2022 at Camp Isabella Freedman, Falls Village, Connecticut
For more information, email Devora at njaye@jbfcs.org.

In Person: Recovery Israel Birthright Trip
Travel free to Israel with others in recovery!
July 17-27, 2022, Ages 20-32 - limited spots
For more information, click here or email Devora at njaye@jbfcs.org.

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