PRCC Mission & Vision

As a recovery community organization, PRCC’s mission is to provide support, education, resources, and advocacy for people recovering from and affected by addiction, and to spread the message of hope throughout the state of Maine and beyond.

PRCC’s vision is that every person affected by addiction in Maine will have direct access to a local recovery community center that provides support, education, and individual resources to enhance their ability to heal, strengthen and grow in their recovery pathway, throughout all stages of their journey.

Rally 4 Recovery

It is almost time for the Annual Maine RALLY 4 RECOVERY, and we need you! September is Recovery Month, a national observance held every September to educate Americans about substance use disorder and show that it is possible to recover and live healthy and rewarding lives. Recovery Month celebrates the gains made by those in recovery and spreads the message of hope to others. The annual message remains: Recovery is for Everyone: Every Person, Every Family, Every Community.

This year’s RALLY 4 RECOVERY is on September 21st at beautiful Payson Park right in Back Cove in Portland. When we celebrate recovery, we offer hope. Together we will enjoy music, speakers, children’s activities, the annual recovery countdown, and lots of food from multiple food trucks. In addition, tables are available for community partners in recovery to share resources. This is a great family friendly event organized by people in recovery, allies, friends, and families. 

Funds raised from the Rally support Portland Recovery Community Center (PRCC) groups, wellness, recreation activities, education, and advocacy efforts.

Meetings & Activities

Choose from 53 weekly meetings & activities that support multiple pathways of recovery.

Trainings & Public Education

Want to become a recovery coach? Need a workplace or community training? PRCC has you covered.

Volunteer & Advocate

We recover and we give back! Learn how to use your voice in support of the recovery movement in Maine.

Find or Start a Center

The Maine Recovery Hub is made up of sixteen recovery community centers that provide recovery support in their communities.

Latest Posts

PRCC participates in advocacy and inspires hope in 2023 Legislative session.

The Legislative session ended, and the Governor signed the budget into law. Thank you to everyone who participated in advocacy efforts and civic engagement in using our collective voices of recovery to champion our work and inspire hope. Our community really […]

Highlights from Gov. Mills 5th Annual Opioid Response Summit 

Portland Recovery Community Center showed up in a big way to support Gov. Janet Mills 5th Annual Opioid Response Summit, which drew more than 1,300 people to Cross Insurance Arena in Portland.  The summit included keynote speakers, recovery advocates, and […]

PRCC launches Pathways of Hope 

Portland Recovery Community Center, in partnership with Cumberland County Public Health Department has launched Pathways of Hope, a program that provides support to people with substance use disorder by connecting them with residential treatment or recovery housing as an alternative […]

PRCC to attend 5th Annual Opioid Response Summit

Portland Recovery Community Center is happy to share that Governor Janet Mills 5th Annual Opioid Response Summit will be held from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on June 20 at Cross Insurance Arena in Portland.  The summit will bring together […]

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All services at the Portland Recovery Community Center are free of charge. A safe place to go and a kind hello can make all the difference to someone who is in the early days of recovery. To keep our doors open, we rely on the support of generous donations.

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PRCC is a recovery community organization with an emphasis on community.

We are people in recovery supporting people in recovery at our center in Portland. We are recovery coaches training other recovery coaches throughout Maine. We are a recovery community organization that helps to develop other recovery community organizations in our state. Every service we offer, we model in our own lives.

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Programs are made possible through funding and participation by the Maine Department of Health and Human Services and the generous support of local foundations and individuals.