Recovery United Community Center Advisory Council
The Recovery United Community Center (RUCC) works to engage the whole community, fostering a feedback loop for programming and recovery-based events. We are always searching for ways to better serve our recovery community. The Advisory Council gathers input from individuals receiving RUCC Peer Recovery Services, people in recovery, those affected by substance use, substance abuse professionals, along with the broader community, to shape programming and service delivery practices at the RUCC. Methods on the council’s participatory process include annually distributed needs assessments, surveys, and focus groups.
The RUCC Advisory Council is comprised of individuals who are in recovery from substance use disorders or have been affected by a loved one’s addiction. The Advisory Council meets monthly to establish council guidelines. The Advisory Council assists the RUCC to better serve our community and provide the RUCC feedback on programming needs.
If you are someone who is passionate about recovery and being part of serving your community and are interested in being part of the Advisory Council, you may fill out the application here:
If you have any questions or comments, call us at (586) 552-1120.
There are an unlimited number of ways to be part of the RUCC. We have many established opportunities for people to volunteer such as: special events, Narcan pop-ups, greeting, leading groups, speaking opportunities, advocacy, facilitating classes, or Project Vox and the Advisory Council.
Interested in volunteering? Please fill out the following form:
How do I begin volunteering?
You may fill out our Volunteer Application, contact the RUCC at (586) 522-1120, or come into the center during open business hours and speak to someone about opportunities.
Host a Recovery Program
Contact the RUCC about using our space to host your recovery group. If you have any questions, please contact us (586) 522-1120.