You are not alone
Recovery United Community Center
The CARE Recovery United Community Center is a community resource that is home to CARE’s Peer Recovery Coaching program. It is a place where an individual can enter, grow, continue progress and receive support in their substance abuse recovery journey with the help of CARE’s specialized team of peer recovery coaches.
There are a variety of resources also available and free to anyone on their recovery journey that include: support groups, Narcan training and kits, yoga classes, computer lab use and career guidance.
It is open to the public now, and are also providing virtual services/classes, practicing social distancing guidelines.
CARE Recovery United Community Center is located at:
32577 Garfield Road, Fraser, MI 48026
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday: 8:30 am – 8:30pm
Wednesday 8:30am – 5:00pm & Friday: 8:30am – 1:00pm
Contact us to learn more at: 586.552.1120
What Does CARE's Recovery Community Look Like?
No one has to do this alone. As the name suggests, the CARE Recovery Community fosters and connects a community of people in recovery.
At CARE, we provide professional and emotional support in many forms—from Recovery United’s peer recovery coaches helping those grappling with substance misuse and abuse, to parenting classes, employment services, and more.
We believe there are multiple paths to a healthy life—and are absolutely committed to the individual paths chosen by the people we serve.
Our regular programming and services include:
- Career coaching and job readiness
- Art & music groups
- Support groups
- Health & wellness activities (yoga, nutrition, guided meditation, vaccine clinics, HIV testing, etc.)
- Recreational activities (movie nights, book clubs, etc.)
- Work & financial stability (legal workshops, basic computer skills, resume workshops, job readiness support, etc.)
- Family support groups
- Naloxone training
- Parenting education
- Computer lab (job search, resume and GED preparation, etc.)
- Recovery United peer recovery coaches
- … and more
Activities and services are rooted in SAMHSA’s four dimensions of recovery (health, home, purpose, and community), and primarily designed and led by people in recovery. Many of these individuals—such as the Recovery United peer recovery coaches—are certified, and have received formal training in addiction, relapse, and the many resources available to people (and families) seeking recovery.