Let’s end brokenness from addiction.
We are a group of men and women who have recovered from a variety of addictions including drugs and alcohol. We are committed to helping others break free from their addictions through retreats, workshops and other events that provide the tools and directions for powerful spiritual awakening.
Following the 12 Steps that made the original AA successful
Over 50 years of experience in recovery and retreats
26 Retreats held throughout the year in the United States
Came to Believe Recovery provides essential spiritual tools needed to thrive. We strive to create and promote opportunities for life-changing spiritual experiences for individuals and families suffering from all forms of addiction. We share our experience, strength and hope through our own stories of how we ‘came to believe.’
Driven by the original Spiritual principles found in the 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous, we connect people with the Source of spiritual and physical freedom to discover a new way of living.
Experience our success stories by visiting our Recovery TV page and enjoy our episodes, here!
Volunteers are the heart and soul of Came to Believe Recovery. Our recovery programs are volunteer-based and offer people in recovery a way to give back, to strengthen their own recovery, and to support others who are seeking recovery. For more information on volunteering, please contact us!
Hundreds of volunteers make up a powerful network for the spread of our vital message. The Came to Believe Recovery retreats and programs welcome both those addicted AND family members and loved ones. Our volunteer network includes individuals from each of these categories further strengthening, we believe we got sick together and we can get well together. We let people discover how thousands of people have “recovered from a seemingly hopeless state of mind and body.”
CTBR Events jump-start recovery. They are offered on the zoom platform and are led by recovered alcoholics, addicts and family members who are part of the CTBR network.
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CTBR Retreat stewards, joined by over 300 volunteers, facilitate personal transformations at events and also work together to grow a conversation of hope around these proven recovery solutions.
Steward of Chautauqua retreat. CTBR Board member
Chair of CTBR Board of Directors. Steward and team member of Herts, Kent and North Pennines retreats in the UK
CTBR Board of Directors’ Finance Committee Chair and strategic advisor to President/CEO.
CTBR Board of Directors’ Fundraising Committee Chair. Clarence Snyder sponsee. Steve and Sue were co-stewards of Leesburg retreat for 35 years
Member of CTBR Board of Directors. Chair of Retreats Committee
Co-Leader of Leesburg retreats for 30 years and Member and Treasurer of CTBR Board of Directors
Member of CTBR Board of Directors Midwest regional CTBR leader.
President/CEO of CTBR, Inc. Schooley’s Mountain retreat team.
Secretary of CTBR Board of Directors. Co-Leader of Leesburg retreat for 35 years. (Took Steps with Clarence S)
Grace Snyder sponsee (taken through her Steps by Clarence) Member of CTBR Board of Directors. Organizer of Waxahachie retreat in Texas.