Rochester Community Recovery Center to open October 3, 2016
September 26, 2016
Frisbie Memorial Hospital is pleased to announce that the Rochester Community Recovery Center will opens its doors on October 3, 2016. The Center will provide person-centered support for individuals with alcohol, drug addiction and mental health challenges as well as a 24/7 Community Access to Recovery program to help link people to appropriate resources and supports in the community.
As one of the first ‘medical model’ organizations to address head on the recovery movement, the Center’s mission, and its program and services are designed to promote, throughout any stage of an individual’s recovery, whole health and resiliency as a means to foster a person’s own vision of wellness.
The Rochester Community Recovery Center will serve individuals with a substance use disorder and/or mental health condition, as well as individuals’ friends, family, advocates and supporters.
“Frisbie Memorial Hospital and our many community partners are committed to making addiction treatment and critical life-saving resources available to our community. The opening of the Rochester Community Recovery Center encourages a community environment of unity, empowerment and steadfast movement towards eradicating the drug epidemic in Rochester,” said president and CEO John Marzinzik.
For more information, visit the Rochester Community Recovery Center web page.