Twin Cities Recovery Project

A nonprofit organization

42 donors

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$10,000 Goal

Twin Cities Recovery Project Inc.'s mission is to offer assistance and support to those suffering from substance use in their transition toward lifestyles of health and productivity by offering a drug free environment as well as resources to develop the whole person. This will enable them to build healthy and positive relationships and to become productive members of society.

Twin Cities Recovery Project (TCRP) is a Recovery Community Organization serving the needs of BIPOC individuals in the Minneapolis/St. Paul metropolitan area. TCRP's primary goal is to provide support around substance use, promoting recovery in BIPOC communities through different pathways. Realizing that culturally relevant support is crucial, TCRP has a team that is 90% BIPOC, including our Board of Directors. TCRP focuses on providing support to people in recovery by offering a number of programs to help address issues around mental health, criminal justice systems, and other social determinants of health. 

TCRP has a number of programs that we offer to the community, often at no cost to those that we serve.

These include the following:

Peer Recovery Coaching Services - 
Empower your journey with our peer recovery coaches who provide advocacy, connect you to essential resources, and support you in navigating challenges such as housing, job searches, resume building, and other barriers to a fulfilling life.

Grief & Trauma Workshop -
Embark on an 8-week transformative journey, meeting once weekly for 90 minutes. Delve deep into understanding the five stages of grief and equip yourself with the necessary skills and tools to heal.

Men's Support Group - 
Our focus is providing a safe space for men to talk, share, and connect without judgement. We will establish coping strategies, stress management exercises, and self care all within a mutually uplifting environment. 

Certified Peer Recovery Training - 
Invest 46 hours over six days and emerge as a Certified Peer Recovery Specialist. This intensive training primes you for a rewarding career in the Recovery field.

MARI Safe Station | North Minneapolis - 
In collaboration with Minneapolis Fire Department at Station 14, we proudly offer a 24/7 walk-up service dedicated to those grappling with substance use. At any hour, on any day, individuals are welcomed by compassionate team member from MFD and or TCRP ready to address their unique needs and support their journey to recovery.

TCRP On-Site Services & Outreach -
Step into our open-access space, where camaraderie meets convenience. Enjoy complimentary coffee, snacks, and entertainment, or tap into our resources for job searches, resume assistance, computer access, and Wi-Fi.

Additional Offerings:

Boots on the Ground Outreach - 
A virtual conference held yearly which promotes community based programming to reduce stigma and racial disparities in access to opioid use disorder services

Narcan Training -
Since January of 2020, the Twin Cities Recovery Project has been teaching the public how to use Naloxone (Narcan) to reverse an opioid overdose, as well as providing the community with Naloxone kits. All of our in-person training sessions are interactive, and we address any and all questions that the group asks.

Community Education & Information -
Monthly we collaborate with local organizations to give you social events that uphold our mission, vision, and sense of community. Check our calendar for events! 

Free Social Wellness Activities -
Engage in activities designed for holistic well-being.

Volunteer Opportunities -
We are always looking for individuals to volunteer at our organization, an opportunity to give back and grow by serving the community we serve. Reach out today! 

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Organization name

Twin Cities Recovery Project

Tax id (EIN)



Health Community Volunteer

BIPOC Serving

BIPOC Serving



LGBTQ+ Serving

LGBTQ+ Serving


3400 E. Lake St. Suite 100


612 886 2045

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