At Recess Games, we believe that everyone deserves a chance to experience joy and build a meaningful life, free from the grips of addiction. Our mission is to pair those in the community with people in recovery, offering them healthy avenues for good, clean fun while fostering personal development and community engagement.
Since our establishment in 2019, we have been hosting public events that bring together individuals in recovery, the local community, and anyone seeking a substance-free way to have fun. These events serve as a bridge, answering the question, "How can I have fun without any mind-altering substances?" We provide an array of activities that promote team building, leadership skills, sportsmanship, problem-solving, and, most importantly, the building of new and healthy relationships.
Our events not only create opportunities for enjoyment but also serve as a stepping stone for those on their journey to a better life. We especially focus on individuals who are homeless, in early recovery, or working towards building a brighter future. By providing them with a safe and supportive environment, we empower them to connect with others, form a positive network, and develop the skills and mindset necessary to lead fulfilling lives.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
Recess games is a brilliant concept because it not only promotes healthy lifestyle, it provides real world example that one can enjoy social settings without drugs or alcohol; its real events make a real difference.
Recess Games has been such an important part of my life. I always wondered how I was going to have fun in recovery. I for sure found it with these guys!
Recess Games really made me feel like a kid again. It provided clean fun for me in my busy life, something I have not been afforded since opening my business. It provides an outlet to people of all backgrounds to enjoy themselves and stay active.
Recess Games has made me feel a part of something which allows me to be free and be myself, as well as have fun in a healthy environment with people like minded as myself.