Support for individuals and families in the Plymouth MA community.  

We recover • Families recover • Recovery happens here through community

Who is the Plymouth Recovery Center for?

We offer a safe and welcoming place for people seeking, or in recovery from substance use disorders. Our center is a place where people come to give and get support, embrace hope, and find their unique pathways to wellness & recovery.



Help for those who need assistance getting started on the path to recovery. A place for those in recovery to get and give support.

Our Families


A place for families and loved ones to share, learn, and educate.

Our Community


Businesses and residents working together to create community-based recovery networks.

Happenings at Plymouth Recovery Center

We provide peer facilitated groups, sober social events, computers for job search activities, advocacy, coaching, family-led support groups, resource lists, and have self-help groups on-site. 

Not sure what to expect or which program is right for you?

Call 508-927-4982 to speak with a Peer Support Specialist.

Peer Support

  • Morning Motivational | Meditations, readings & mantras to support recovery & wellness.
  • Relapse Prevention | Peers identify the barriers between themselves & long-term recovery.
  • Friends of Bill and Lois | AA and Al-anon – Support and traditional 12 step recovery.
  • ACOA | A 12 Step program for Adult Children of Alcoholics /Dysfunctional Families.

Family Support

  • The Keepers | For siblings of those lost to, or suffering from substance use disorder.
  • To the Moon & Back | For caregivers of children born with substance exposure.
  • Learn to Cope | Support for parents and family coping with a loved one addicted to drugs.

Self Help

  • Al-Anon | For relatives and friends of Alcoholics.
  • Refuge Recovery | A Buddhist-oriented path to freedom from addiction.
  • Noon Mediation | Meditations, readings & mantras to support recovery & wellness.

12 Step

  • Y12SR | Yoga of 12-Step Recovery addresses the physical, mental & spiritual dis-ease of addition. 
  • Women's AA | Women sharing their experience, strength, and hope while supporting each other in recovery.
  • Narcotics Anonymous | A program for men and women for whom drugs had become a major problem.
  • S-Anon | A program of recovery from the effects of sexaholism, for the families and friends of sexaholics.

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We have received a $10,000 challenge grant from the Salah Foundation to be used for outreach activities. We cannot access this funding without raising $10,000 to match it, please consider donating today!