The Justice Cafe is a free night out for people in recovery. We welcome people from the public who want to socialize in a sober setting too.
Food, coffee and other non-alcoholic drinks will be provided. It will feature an open mic for readings and music.
Come celebrate Community, Creativity, and Sobriety with us Saturday, February 15th, from 5:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m, at 50 South 2nd Street. For more information, contact Joshua Gingras via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or text (740 - 975 - 4283).
To sign up for a performance slot, visit this link (we'll also have a sheet for open slots at the event):
Who are we?
We’re the Newark Think Tank on Poverty (NTTP). Founded in 2014, we're a non-partisan, non-profit group of people who have experienced barriers in acquiring work, a home, food, and treatment. We've hosted a town hall on addiction in 2018, the Up to PAR conference in 2019, and hope to host future sober cafes for 2020.
Generous contributions of support for this effort has come from The
Works and the Licking County Foundation.