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Anchored in Recovery

The Anchored in Recovery is a 'recovery-oriented sanctuary' anchored in the heart of downtown Framingham, where peer-to-peer recovery support services rely on a volunteer/member base to deliver services that are responsive to the recovery community needs assessment.

The center incorporates a mix of emotional, informational, instrumental and affiliation supports to deliver a wide range of programming that is peer determined and run. Whether one subscribes to one or more of these methods or pathways, it is our responsibility as members of the recovery community to better inform ourselves (and others) of the various modalities and options available rather than suggesting that there is only one way to recover.

The Anchored in Recovery is a place where our Recovery Community will have the opportunity to grow strong within a supportive, safe and judgement-free environment.

We seek to assist those members and peers by offering Multiple Pathways to the same end goal: sustained, productive, long-term recovery for those people in need and most affected by substance use disorder and related behavioral disorders.

The Anchored in Recovery is sponsored by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health and the Bureau of Substance Addiction Services in collaboration with the South Middlesex Opportunity Council.

The Center is currently operating Monday through Friday from 8am to 4pm.

Please visit the Anchored in Recovery Facebook page to see our available calendar of events and various flyers and updates including information regarding remote-access codes for online groups.

Reach out to staff anytime by either emailing us at or by calling the number below. We want to hear from you, and we want you to know we're here to help.

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19 Concord Street Suite 1
Framingham, Ma 01702

Phone: 508-424-2520
Fax: 508-424-2521

Amy Odell
508-424-2520 X201

Nichole Philbrick
Peer Engagement Specialist
508-424-2520 X203

South Middlesex Opportunity Council will improve equity, wellness and quality of life for diverse individuals and families by providing advocacy, education, and a wide range of services; building a community of support and inclusion; and creating awareness to combat poverty through partnerships and coalitions with other organizations.