The Recovery Connection provides peer-to-peer support services for:
“Peers” are individuals who have experienced addiction and recovery, either directly or as family or friends of those in recovery.
Members have full use of the facilities including use of computers. To become a member, you must fill out a membership application which includes agreeing to upholding the Code of Ethics. Members are expected to participate in maintaining the facility and supporting a safe environment at the facility.
Peer Recovery Support Centers are designed by people in recovery, for people in recovery. We operate under a Code of Ethics, created by our members.
We currently offer:
The Recovery Connection in Marlborough provides a safe, judgment-free zone within the community where individuals support and encourage their peers to lead valued and fulfilled lives through their own vision of recovery.
The Recovery Connection was established in the fall of 2008 under a contract from the Department of Public Health, Bureau of Substance Abuse Services (BSAS). The contract was awarded to Spectrum Health Systems, Inc.