Recovery from drug and alcohol addiction is possible. We see it every week. To aid in this process, Life Connection Center provides peer led, informal recovery support groups. Our meetings may be a few individuals briefly checking in with each other, or several people gathering for an hour long meeting. The best part about the Drop In Recovery Supports at LCC is that they are driven by the clients. Life Connection Center holds meetings as needed, as often as we can.
It is important to note that we are fortunate to have a seasoned volunteer counselor here at LCC. With over 30 years experience working in recovery focused programs and veterans services.
Peer support is found in all of our meetings.We believe that the folks doing the work of recovery are our best resource. Whether you have been sober for one day, or have been clean for years, Life Connection Center volunteers are here to support you.
LCC Drop In Recovery Supports
Recovery support and community resources provided as needed, driven by our community.
Narcan Training Mondays at 1pm
We provide opioid prevention meetings, opioid overdose awareness, Narcan training and distribution.
Opioid Education and Community Partnership Initiative
We currently have partnered with several local organizations such as MAPS, Middlesex Healthcare, Lowell Community Health Center, City of Lowell and COOP to develop a venue for collaboration through hosting citywide and regional meetings and encouraging partnerships in delivering services to our clients. Several service providers are seen daily at our center, sometimes providing a structured class or training and sometimes just to enjoy a meal across the table form a person who is currently struggling with opioid dependence. Our method of collaboration is organic and unique and is highly focused on creating an environment where provider and person and come together in a dignified, person centered way.
"I have been sober for 17 days now. At first I started coming here just for the meal, then Scott started asking me about my situation. He could tell I was high, but he gave me a meal and told me to keep coming. He encouraged me to go to detox, even gave me a ride. I appreciate the support at LCC.
It's not AA, it's like a family. "
Michael, 45 - Lowell, MA
In need of help or looking to get involved in some way?
Give us a call (978) 997-0588
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