THE HEARTSONG STORY

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HeartSong Bookstore was opened in November of 2006. The concept of HeartSong was birthed after the death of our son, Joshua, in 2005.

Jerry and I met in 1980 in the rooms of Narcotics Anonymous. Without a doubt, without NA, we would not be here. After raising 4 children in the Bay Area in California, we decided to move to Oregon where we ended up launching HeartSong. From that time to today, our mission and purpose has been to support you in the journey on your paths of recovery. We did that by offering products, books and classes that enhanced that journey. After, we closed the store, we moved to an online platform and scaled the products exclusively to Narcotics Anonymous and became HeartSong Recovery. We continued to do NA events, along with this store.

 

Jerry Shapiro, my husband of almost 40 years went home December 15th, 2019 with 43 years clean. Since then, I have kept HeartSong Recovery opened for business and will continue to do so, in his honor and memory.  I have, however, started scaling back on doing events. Even though we have always enjoyed being a part of the celebrations of recovery, with just myself, it is more challenging now. The two of us together, is what made it work so well, for so long. However, the same attention to service and detail will remain.

 Going forward, you will begin see some exciting changes to the store. And stay tuned for special offers!

I hope that you will continue to be a valued patron of HeartSong!

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 You are an IMPORTANT part of HeartSong.  You are not dependent on us, we are dependent on you. You are our purpose and reason for being here. You are not an outsider to this business, you are a PART of it. We are not doing you a favor by serving you, rather, you are giving us the GIFT of serving you! 

 

Many Blessings...

Jean Shapiro-Owner


NA Licensed vendor (#WE080203)

530-762-2636 - Home Office

541-218-2447 - Cell



She danced the dance of flames and fire, and the dance of swords and spears; she danced the dance of stars and the dance of space and then she danced the dance of flowers in the wind. ~ Kahlil Gibran