Council Administrative Offices | 215.345.6644 -- Information, Intervention, Recovery Support Line | 1.800.221.6333
“Giving back” is a proud and rewarding tradition within the recovery community. Those who have dealt with their own addiction or the addiction of others extend a hand to those seeking recovery and, in the process, achieve a deeper commitment to their own recovery. Volunteers wishing to give back receive preliminary training on what it means to be a volunteer and what role they can play in helping others achieve and sustain recovery.
PRO-ACT Family Education Program Facilitator
In Bucks County we help over 200 families every year to understand what they must do to get their loved ones into recovery and to learn how enabling affects family dynamics. For more information contact Noni West at 215-345-6644.
PRO-ACT Mentor +
Since its inception our mentors have helped 475 Bucks County ex-offenders with their reentry into society and their maintenance of recovery from addiction. For more information contact Bill McDonald , 215-799-1892.
Public Policy Advocates
Helping combat the stigma and persuading policy makers that recovery benefits individuals and society alike is the realm of the Southeast PA Regional Public Policy Committee. The Committee takes on Public Policy issues affecting our constituency like Human Services Budgets, Photo ID and General Assistance. . For more information contact Noni West , 215-345-6644.
Recovery Community Centers
Recovery community centers provide sites for training, counseling, mutual support and a place to volunteer.
Recovery Training Center, Fred Martin 215-923-1661
Philadelphia RCC, Denise McCulley 215-223-7700
Southern Bucks RCC, Karen Burke 215-788-3738
Womens RCC, Alison Slickers 215-345-6644
Central Bucks RSS, Steve Calderbank 215-345-6644
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