Telephone Recovery Support
We believe that a phone call can make someone feel wanted, included and cared about. We believe a phone call can save a life.
Peer-To-Peer Recovery Support
PRCC’s Telephone Recovery Support program is a peer-to-peer recovery support program that allows recovering people a way to give back, strengthen their own recovery, and support others who are seeking recovery. We offer weekly telephone calls to support people in recovery.
Through this program, trained PRCC volunteers call individuals seeking recovery who have requested this service to ask how their recovery is progressing, and to connect them to the resources they need to achieve and maintain recovery. Our volunteers offer support, compassion, and resources.
About Telephone Recovery Support:
It Is Completely Free and Confidential
All calls are made from the PRCC offices, Monday to Friday between 9 am and 6 pm.
The program is available to anyone who lives in the state of Maine.
TRS may be initiated or discontinued by the Recoveree at any time.
Individuals interested in signing up for TRS will need to provide contact information, preferred time and date, location, and if we can leave a message on their voicemail.
Interested in signing up for TRS? Call us at 207-553-2575 to learn how to get started. Anyone who is seeking support to initiate or sustain their recovery is welcome to receive calls.
Note: If an individual in a residential (inpatient) treatment setting or in a correctional facility completes the application and consent forms, encourage them to indicate their discharge or release date, so the PRCC office knows to contact them after that and can assist with transition.