Our Mission

To provide no-cost recovery services from substance use disorder for individuals and families; and to provide a safe, supportive, and non-judgmental space that stimulates growth, provides resources, and hosts recovery-oriented activities that will support long-term recovery.

Our Vision

Individuals with addictive disease changing their lives by growing individual recovery capital with extensive resources and a long-term recovery community.

People in recovery creating lasting transformational change through multiple pathways to recovery.

Groups of peers in recovery, safe friends, supportive family members, and compassionate community members seeking positive, healing relationships.

A safe place for people seeking to initiate or sustain their recovery to nurture new and enduring lifestyles of healthy behaviors and activities.

A community that sees Phoenix as a staple for recovery-related services and referrals.

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What is a Recovery Community Organization (RCO)?

Recovery Community Organizations are independent, non-profit organizations led and governed by people in recovery. While each organization may have a mission that addresses the particular needs and concerns of its local community, all focus on the following core purpose:

Education & Training

Recovery Support

Advocacy & Activism

Recovery Community Organizations have been forming around our country and state over the past several years, bringing the successful stories of our neighbors getting well in our neighborhoods. This is the movement that is driving our communities to support the important work we are doing to stay well.

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Car Show 2023
Cruise, Chow Down, and Chill: The Phoenix Recovery Community Car Show 2023 Car Entry from 2022Get ready for an incredible day filled with cars, good food, and a sense of community right here in Marietta. The Phoenix Recovery Community Car Show 2023 is gearing up for […]
Destiny, David, Sara, and Jocho at 2023 RCO Unification Summit
The 2023 Georgia RCO Unification Summit, “Nothing About Us, Without Us”, was an experience that touched us on a deeply personal level. As a team representing Phoenix RCO, we were accompanied by our wonderful colleagues, Sara Crerar, Jocho Byrd, David Miller, and Destiny Adams-Clark. Together, we […]
📣 Don’t miss out on the Lunch Time Recovery Advocacy session today! 📅 Join Kim Jones from NAMI and Jeff Breedlove from the Georgia Council for Recovery for an important update on the final three legislative days of the Session, including HB 520 and other bills […]

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