Peer Recovery and Family Support Services
What are Recovery Community Centers?
People new to recovery often live in environments filled with opportunities for relapse. Many go to Recovery Community Centers because they recognize that their new lifestyle, free from drugs and alcohol, is not compatible with their old friends or living arrangements. In these settings, individuals are offered hope in a safe environment.
Positive outcomes come from providing this type of environment to people in early recovery. Community centers offer opportunities to learn interviewing and computer skills, and work on interpersonal relationships.Anchor Recovery Community Centers:
Hope Recovery Center of Westerly
55 Beach St.
Recovery Coaches work with people experiencing problems with their use of drugs and alcohol, people who are already in recovery, and people who are concerned about someone else’s substance use. For more information, visit: Recovery Coach Academy
Family Support Services
- Anchor Community Center family support services
- Al-Anon (888) 425-2666
- Nar-Anon (401) 353-6119
- Parent Support Network
- Governors Overdose Family Task Force
- Burrillville Addiction Assistance Family Support (401) 710-9054
- Build the Banner of Love: overdose grief suport for families, siblings, children (401) 219-5683
- Friends Way: Support and Crisis Intervention for grieving families, training programs, community outreach, offers open-ended groups for children ages 3 to 18 and their families following the death of a significant person in their lives. There is no fee charged for participation in our programs. All sessions are facilitated by a qualified clinician and professionally trained volunteers
- What They Leave Behind: Family and Friends Support Group:
A support group for family and friends of those who have lost someone to overdose. The free program is hosted by Project Weber/RENEW in loving memory of Joseph Cintron.
- Overdose Releated Grief