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There are many pathways to recovery. We can help you find yours.
Anchor Recovery Community Centers offer a supportive environment for individuals in all stages of recovery. We strive to build the bridge to recovery in our centers, emergency rooms, and out in the community.
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This Week At Anchor

We have moved! We are now officially at 310 Reservoir Ave. Providence, RI

Anchor Recovery has reopened for services in a limited capacity. Like everything we do we are trying to reduce the most harm and we need your help. Please remember to wear a mask at all times, wash your hands, and if you are not feeling well stay home.

If you want to speak with your coach we suggest making an appointment.

Anchor Recovery Community Centers are pleased to announce that we are the first and only Recovery Center in Rhode Island to be named an ARCO.

Want to make a difference? Giving back is an essential part of the recovery community spirit. Learn more about how you can help!
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We are passionate about helping others to further their development as peer recovery specialists. Find out how you can become a trained recovery coach!
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