Below are some of Anchor’s recent mentions in local and national media:



Granny Squibb’s first year of charitable campaign a success


How peer recovery coaches make a difference in the War on Opioids



As Safe Stations help those struggling with addiction in RI, one program needs funding




BCBSRI review: Addiction treatment benefits from peers, meds, primary care


Leading the Road to Recovery:


Anchor Recovery represented in Washington, D.C:

This week, Michelle Harter, Community Liaison and Consulting Manger, Anchor Recovery, participated on the technical expert panel, Medications and Recovery Support for Opioid Use Disorder in Emergency Departments in Washington, D.C.  The meeting was hosted by the National Council for Behavioral Health as part of its work under the Opioid Response Network (ORN). Among other topics, Michelle spoke about peer support workers working to engage overdose survivors to reduce further harm, and offer treatment and recovery options.


RI Attorney General and State Police Support of Anchor Youth Recovery Center:




U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams Visits Anchor Pawtucket:


PVD Safe Stations Press:

NBC 10:




A Rhode Island College web article about Anchor’s Roxxanne Newman bringing recovery to campus:,-Students-Give-the-Lowdown-on-Getting-High.aspx


Anchor staff featured in recent episodes of PBS NewsHour!



A feature story from Addiction Professional Magazine about Anchor’s services and philosophy:


ABC 6 story on recovery coach Abigail Stenberg: