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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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Anchor is moving all meetings to phone meetings.

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Anchor MORE is here for you when you are ready to start your recovery journey.

 

Let’s get you trained and equipped with NARCAN

 

Let’s get you into treatment!

 

Let’s just chat and talk about recovery!

 

Call or text us at (401) 741-0033 or (401) 479-0700.

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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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Isolation presents a particular challenge for people living with addictions. But the tools that got them to this point are relevant to everyone now.

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RIGCD AND COVID-19
RIGCD AND COVID-19

The Rhode Island Governors Commission on Disabilities has created the following resource guide to assist you.

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