ServiceThe Practice of Generosity and Service
Many people find that being of service to others supports their recovery from addiction — it offers structure, accountability, connection, and helps us get outside of our own suffering.
Generosity in a meeting comes in many forms.
- Showing up
- Listening and sharing
- Helping organize our group,
- Volunteering to read, keep time, or facilitate
- Open up and close down the meeting space
- Starting your own meeting
The mission of RDG is to support individuals on their path to recovery from addiction using Buddhist practices and principles. Our organization also provides support via this website, publishes recovery-oriented material, and maintains the legal and fiscal responsibilities of the nonprofit. These tasks benefit from many volunteers. See the Board page to find out about volunteer opportunities.
We are excited to announce the release of the Second Edition of “Recovery Dharma: How to Use Buddhist Practices and Principles to Heal the...