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Peer-Driven, Peer-Run

Recovery Community Organization


Community Center

CRCC operates a Recovery Community Center (RCC), which is managed
by a small staff and many volunteers. The RCC exists for people in long-term recovery, family members and friends to be become peer volunteers, who can be of service to help others seeking recovery. The RCC is a place where we can create an atmosphere of hope, wellness and support for better living in Recovery!

Peer Recovery Support Services:

The programs offered at CRCC’s RCC are non-clinical services primarily developed and run by peers in recovery and others whose lives have been touched by loved ones with substance use disorders. We believe recovery to be a self-defined process with many possible pathways to achieving the improved quality of life and well-being that comes with recovery. We’re dedicated to helping individuals navigate those pathways and overcome obstacles they encounter on their journey to recovery. We try not to duplicate services that are currently available to the public. All the activities and program services offered by CRCC are provided at no cost to participants.

The RCC provides the following services:

Peer support
Information services
Recovery group meetings
Spiritual development
Recovery Coaching
Peer outreach and mentoring
Peer leadership
Family support and recovery education
Drug and alcohol education
Resume preparation
Skill building
Access to computers