The Wayne D. White Recovery Community Center is a place where life’s challenges are faced with solutions and guidance. It is a place where skills are shared and learned. It is a place where isolation becomes inclusion and strangers become friends.
The center provides education, information, referrals, peer support services and fellowship for those seeking long-term recovery from substance use disorders.
Focus on recovery and community
The Center focuses on Peer Recovery Support Services (PRSS), non-clinical services focusing on removing barriers and providing invaluable resources to those who are seeking to achieve and maintain long-term recovery.
Support services involve volunteers who seek to share their experience, strength and hope with others. Open seven days a week, participation in the Recovery Community Center services is free of charge.