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We’re stoked to celebrate Women’s History Month and recognizing the achievements of women in our food/beverage/hospitality industry.

Join us as we continue to invest in wellness, mental health and recovery!

March Amuse’ Training

March Amuse Mental Health Training
March 20

March 27

Recovery Call for Art

Recovery Cards Project was created by Lift The Label to spotlight the importance of recovery. Working with artists in Colorado and nationwide, we’ve developed free greeting cards to celebrate recovery, the efforts of those working to achieve it, and the people who support and encourage them every day. 

We are excited to get started adding new cards to our line, but we need your help to find a diverse group of Colorado artists, including artists in recovery. We are asking all interested artists to please submit their information to this form by April 2. We will be selecting artists by early May, and we expect the card development to run through August. Artists will be compensated.

We are so excited to be able to open up this opportunity to share more words of hope and encouragement to the people who need to hear it most. Please share this opportunity far and wide!

Welcoming Big Table to Colorado Springs!

A message from Big Table:


Last month, our headquarters team traveled over the mountains and through the woods to set up the newest Big Table care office in Colorado Springs. We met up with Tom Brennan, our incoming City Director for the COS office and got right to work setting up the office from the ground up. Wall painting, furniture moving, supply gathering, and all the cleaning, oh my!

Our new space is conveniently located in the Alamo Business Park located at 102 South Tejon Street, Suite 640. We’ll be up and running this month! 

Follow along on Instagram @bigtable_cos or on for all the latest updates!

Recognizing Women In Recovery For Women’s History Month: Sarah’s Story

Sarah O’Brien is a business development representative with Bedrock Recovery Center, helping people to find refuge from substance use disorder. In the people who enter our programs for recovery, she sees a reflection of herself. Sarah was introduced to drugs and alcohol during her teenage years, which started her on a decades-long path of addiction.

In celebration of Women’s History Month, Sarah shared her story of addiction, loss, and recovery.

Read Sarah’s Story

CAiR in March