The Center for Recovery Resources
What We Do
Whether we are hosting a community-wide event, facilitating an educational workshop, providing 1:1 recovery coaching, or collaborating with local providers to infuse recovery practices into traditional treatment settings, The Center for Recovery Resources strives to carry the message to communities that recovery is possible.
In recognizing that addiction exists far beyond Substance Use Disorder and chemical dependency, we aim to support all pathways of recovery from all forms of addiction through peer-to-peer relationships and community building.
We provide direct support and resource navigation to those impacted by addiction. Whether you are experiencing addiction or you are the family/friend of someone who is, our trained staff & volunteers, and our peer community members want to help.
The Center for Recovery Resources provides four core services to the community –
Individual Recovery Planning
(Resource/Service Navigation, 1:1 Coaching, Goal Planning, Advocacy, and Telephone Recovery Support Services)
(All Recovery, SMART Recovery, Celebrate Recovery, Medication Assisted Recovery Program, and 12-Step Meetings)
(Educational Workshops, Regional Events, Recovery Workforce Training, and Outreach)
Family Support Services
(Sober Parenting Journey Program, Support for Loved Ones Impacted by Addiction, Community Events, and Education)
Growing the workforce: In addition to providing a communal space for people in recovery to come together and forge their paths in recovery, The Center also aims to serve the region as a centralized hub for educational opportunities platform for individuals who are interested in building careers in human services and other recovery-related fields. We offer volunteer and internship positions for those seeking experience & supervision towards their certification.
Building the community: We strongly believe in the importance of providing advocacy for the recovering community and we do so by participating in several regional coalitions, community initiatives, strategic planning teams, and active engagement in collaborative efforts to address addiction throughout the community.
Whether we are offering a family movie night, providing space for 12-step meetings, or hosting an educational workshop The Center for Recovery Resources aims to bring communities together and ASPIRE – Actively Support People In Recovery Everywhere!
Monday through Friday, 9am – 5pm (Closed on Federal Holidays unless otherwise noted)
Pleasant Street, Suite 104 – Claremont, NH 03743
(2 Hour Parking and Handicap Accessible Parking is available at the entrance. For additional parking information please call The Center)
Please do not include personal information other than your phone number and/or e-mail. If you are experiencing an after-hours crisis, call 2-1-1 or 9-1-1.
Mission/Vision of The Center for Recover Resources
Our mission is to strengthen communities by providing peer-based recovery support, education, and advocacy for individuals and families affected by addiction.
We envision a world where anyone with addiction is able to access the support and resources needed to succeed in their recovery process.
History of The Center for Recover Resources
After the announcement in February, 2018 that Greater Sullivan County’s only recovery center would be closing Wayne Miller, a Certified Recovery Support Worker and person in long-term recovery reached out to community leaders in the Claremont area to address the need for a new peer-based center.
Miller, along with Maggie Monroe-Cassel, the Executive Director TLC Family Resource Center (our parent organization), worked in collaboration with representatives from Valley Regional Hospital, Dartmouth-Hitchcock, Harbor Homes, Claremont Mayor Charlene Lovett, and others to launch The Center for Recovery Resources in downtown Claremont on July 5th, 2018. The Center is a true representation of what can be accomplished when a community comes together to eliminate barriers, provide resources, and support its members.
That same sentiment has been carried forward from our the process of our development, to the services we provide, and the culture we aim to establish. Our goal is to provide a centralized hub for individuals and families seeking direct recovery support, as well as an educational platform for beginners and professionals interested in the recovery field. Whether we are offering a family movie night, providing space for a 12 step meeting, or hosting an educational workshop The Center for Recovery Resources aims to bring communities together and ASPIRE – Actively Support People In Recovery Everywhere!