Common Queries and Questions

  • What is a Recovery Community Organization (RCO)? +

    A recovery community organization (RCO) is an independent, non-profit organization led and governed by representatives of local communities of recovery. In NH, RCOs typically operate Recovery Community Centers that provide space for recovery-supportive groups, workshops, and other activities geared toward fostering a sense of inclusion and wellness. RCOs in NH also provide Peer-based Recovery Support Services (PRSS) which may include in-person Recovery Coaching and Telephone Recovery Support.
  • Do RCO's Provide Clinical Services? +

    -RCO's do not provide clinical services and are not treatment programs. -RCO's respect and support ALL pathways of recovery. -The majority of their board, staff and volunteers are in recovery from alcohol and/or other drug addiction.
  • Are RCO's Accredited? +

    State-Supported RCOs are expected to operate according to standards set forth by the Council of Accreditation of Peer Recovery Support Services (CAPRSS).
  • What Does it Cost? +

    All RCO services and activities are free to the public unless otherwise indicated.
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