Three20 Recovery Community

A balanced diet can be a powerful tool in recovery and helps to improve mood, memory, and energy.

Cooking classes, demonstrations, and culinary events are facilitated by local chefs and foodies dedicated to enhancing recovery through nutrition. The kitchen and dining room were built to commercial specs and equipped to provide a hands-on learning experience. Members prepare and share meals while obtaining the knowledge to continue healthy eating habits.

Further Your Recovery

Instructor Led Courses

Cooking Classes

Facilitator led demonstrations and hands-on kitchen experience are designed to enhance knowledge and skills that promote better health. Join Three20 as we prepare and share our next meal together.

Nutritional Education

Eating well can help us regain energy and mental clarity, while improving our overall mood. The nutritional component focuses on the food choices we make and how the vitamins and nutrients affect the functions of the human body.

Meal Planning

These goal setting workshops help members budget, plan, and execute a healthy diet that fits their individual needs. Trips to local markets and organic farms are included to learn where and how to pick the healthiest options.

Lunch Café and Gift Shop

Open to the Public

Featuring nutrient-dense menu items, Three20 Café strives to be fresh, healthy, and simply good for you. We offer healthy takes on classic dishes from fresh baked breads, sandwiches, and salads while using herbs grown in our very own garden. Open Tuesday through Saturday 11am – 2pm, come grab your lunch and check out the Three20 gift shop. Items from books, cards, apparel, and handmade gifts are sure to encourage.

Instructor led classes are for our Three20 Recovery Community members only.

Limited class spots available. Members can reserve a spot via the events calendar.

November 5, 2019

Mind your Meals: Part One

Mindful eating practices can redefine your relationship with food.
November 5, 2019

Eating With The Season

Benefit your health and your community by eating locally grown, seasonal foods.

Interested in our Nutrition Program?

Stop by and get healthy with our community.