SHAMOKIN — From the football game playing on a TV to the hot dogs grilling on the rotisserie, the sights and sounds at Oasis’ open house Sunday afternoon were of a comfortable, relaxed atmosphere — just what the recovery organization’s board hopes the space conveys.

“People in recovery from addiction definitely need support,” Danielle Houtz, founder of the Oasis Community Recovery Club Inc., said Sunday. “It’s a lifelong battle, a one day at a time sort of thing.”

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