In 1988, Harvest House residents and Gloucester Police played in the first annual Recovery Cup baseball tournament – an event aimed at promoting goodwill and mutual respect between men struggling with addiction and those responsible for keeping the community safe. Today, the Recovery Cup continues to be a fun-filled community event featuring eight teams, including teams of police officers, firefighters and correctional workers. The last of our summer events, the tournament is not only an important fundraising event for Harvest House, but an opportunity for residents to rebuild their relationship with the community. Enjoying a day of softball together, Harvest House residents and first responders get the chance to see one another in a new light.
Read about and view some photos from the 31st Annual Recovery Cup here!