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If you have given up on a future with your partner that includes personal fulfillment, longevity, passion, or commitment to "work and play" towards a common goal, our retreats may not be suitable for you at this time.
At OWR, we adhere to the ethics of HIPAA and personal confidentiality. While it is not illegal to ask someone about their health decisions, they are not obligated to answer. Each individual is responsible for following all CDC guidelines on their own.
It's important to be accepting of those who live an alternative lifestyle or have a different sexuality. At OWR by BFF, we welcome all partnerships that share our common goals, which are facilitated within our courses. Our aim is to create a safe, supportive, and comfortable atmosphere for every individual who is seeking the tools we offer.
If you are experiencing ongoing physical violence, whether as a victim or aggressor, we recognize that you need more help than we can offer. Our recommendation is for you to seek outside assistance and take action to remove yourself from the situation. You can call 800.799.SAFE(723) for help.
However, if you have already received treatment and are currently in recovery, we welcome you to contact us for an assessment interview.
It is important to note that our retreats do notsubstance abuse treatment programs. Our courses are designed for individuals whorecovery and are looking to navigate their partnerships within the boundaries of recovery. If you are struggling with addiction,SAMHSA at 800.662.4357 to get help.
However, if you have already received treatment and are currently in recovery, you are welcome to contact us for an assessment interview. offer detox or are already in please contact
If you have been diagnosed with a mental illness that may pose aelf or others, a threat to yoursnd are currently refusing treatment, we kindly ask you not to consider our retreats. Our OWR Intensive Workshops are designed toe your emotions and perceptions, which may trigger emotional states. Therefore, if your doctor has recently changed your medication, we request that you wait for a few weeks before attending one of our retreats to ensure your medications and mental state are stable. This will enable you and others to make the most of the experiences here. If you need immediate assistance, please contact The National Alliance on Mental Illness at 855.879.5439. They can guide you on where to start your recovery. help you explor
Our Wellness Center is located in a beautiful area, but it is also known for its "Smoke season."oke from wildfires from California to Washington can occasionally settle here. If you are concerned about the impact of this on your health, we recommend that you plan your visit for a time when the air quality is not an issue. This is when sm
If you are in need of immediate help, please reach out to the following national hotlines for support with issues such as suicide prevention, domestic violence, drug dependency, and more.
If, at this time, you were unable to answer these questions in a manner that would be Life Giving to yourself, your partner, and others within the group setting- please check in with us at a future date or email to get enrolled in a course at a later time.
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