We're passionate about finding the path that works best for you, on your road to recovery!
Peer Recovery Connection has moved our new location at 133 E. Main St. in Martinsville. Some of you may know it as the old Fido's Finds building. The building is open and airy and is more conducive to holding groups than our old site. We have double the occupancy of our previous site, allowing us to serve more people at any given time. We have plenty of space and we want to be able to host outside support groups after hours. We have finished working on the basement, so we are more able to host outside support groups during regular operating hours. We are happy to be a new member of the uptown community and we look forward to seeing you soon at our new site.
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Peer Recovery Connection (PRC) is a peer run membership organization. At PRC we use our personal lived experience to help others on their path to recovery. We, as staff members, have over 40 years of sobriety combined.
We have dealt personally with mental health and substance use challenges. We have been hungry, homeless, institutionalized, incarcerated, and may have experienced trauma. Despite the odds, we have persevered and we are evidence that recovery is possible.
It is because of this lived experience that we can relate to our members. We have been where they are; we have felt what they are feeling; we can speak to them with empathy and understanding of their situation.
PRC is a very unique place. Please come visit with us to see who we are and what we are about. A member of our staff will meet with you immediately.
To provide peer-driven support, advocating for individuals that have experienced mental health and/or substance use issues.
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