Recovery Community Organization Capacity Building
Recovery Communities of North Carolina (RCNC) is committed to helping emerging and existing Recovery Community Centers across the state of North Carolina to build their ability to provide recovery services and supports to the communities they serve. We believe in a Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs Model, wherein people can self-actualize when their basic needs are met. This is also true of organizations.
RCNC currently supports five RCCs across the state of North Carolina with funding, technical assistance, training/education/workshops and one on one coaching and support including organizational assessments, strategic planning, data management/contract workshops, professional and organizational development training. Those five RCO's include:
- Analenisgi Recovery Center, Cherokee, NC
- Recovery Community of Durham, Durham, NC
- Paths to Recovery Community Center, Chapel Hill, NC
- Sunrise Community for Recovery and Wellness, Asheville, NC
- RC3 Recovery Concepts Community Center, Wilson, NC
RCNC is looking forward to increasing our level of support by adding additional RCCs to our cadre in the years to come. Dr. Rita Anita Linger, Executive Director of RCNC states “The more we are able to effectively support Recovery Community Centers on a statewide level, the more those seeking or who are in recovery will be able to thrive, experience a higher quality of life and sustain their recovery. Life in recovery can be transformative and incredibly fulfilling.
That is what we want for all people who enter the doors of a North Carolina Recovery Community Center for help and that is why we work so hard to make sure our RCCs are getting the support they need.” Funding is made possible through the North Carolina Division of Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities and Substance Abuse.
For more information, contact us at info@RCNC.org.