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Waterville Peer Recovery Center - COVID-19 Update
Thank you for visiting the Waterville Peer Recovery Center! While the center’s physical location is currently closed due to the presence of COVID-19 here in Maine, we are continuing to offer programming and virtual support to our members. Peer Center groups will continue to operate digitally on Monday, Wednesdays, and Fridays for the foreseeable future, and print resources such as workbooks and guides are still available upon request.
Peer Center Coordinator Buffy Johnson and Peer Support Specialist Ian Roig can be contacted via:
Please contact us with any questions or concerns!
Round Table Recovery Talks - MWF 1pm
Alternatives to Suicide Support Group - Time Change: Tues 1-2:30
NAMI Connections Support Group - Wednesdays, 3 pm
Waterville Peer Recovery Center is a community where participants can feel accepted, uplifted, and empowered—experiencing hope and the reality of recovery.
Participants experience growth and change because of their own strength and resiliency and the support they provide each other, as they learn new things and come to believe more fully in their own worth, their hopes and dreams, and their ability to achieve them.
The Waterville Peer Recovery Center will continue to develop into a well-known, respected, and integral resource in the broader Waterville area community of care. It will exemplify the important role and positive outcomes that an authentic peer-run, recovery-focused community plays in people’s lives.
Community Agreements - Establishes expectations and norms of individual and community interactions based on values of kindness and respect, mutual relationships, meaningful participation, care of property, safety, diversity, and peer support and empowerment.
Restorative Options - Provides a common understanding and language with which to have conversations to address various levels of disagreement or conflict.
Hours of Operation:
Monday: 9am to 5pm
For More Information:
Contact Nicole at firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also email or call the Peer Center at email@example.com, 859-2667.