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The ROC Recovery Center is dedicated to help individuals who struggle with all forms of addiction and/or compulsive behaviors. Our vision for the community is to provide support within our faith community, to provide educational and informational support groups, which includes our local schools and youth groups, and to take the message of hope to our streets through our mobile community outreach program. At the ROC, we believe in Restoring Our Community (ROC) by providing much needed support with our goal of “Building A New Life Upon The ROCK.”

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The ROC Recovery Center depends on community support to make our free and confidential services available to all who need us. Your support makes a difference in our community!

Please contact Doug Gould at or call (541) 200-3000 if you would like to be added as a Partner for the ROC.

You Can Help Spread the Word of HOPE

It takes an entire community of people to provide for and interact positively with individuals who are stuggling to find their way out of the grips of their addiction. Breaking silence about addiction requires coming to terms and acknowledging this stigma and moving past it in order for people suffering in silence to focus on self recovery. The ROC depends on the involvement of community to reach local youth, adults, and their families with the message that God loves them and has a plan for their lives.

We would love to visit your community organization, church, workplace, or business. We can schedule it anytime that works for you. The ROC Recovery Center can present on the issues of addiction and spread hope that recovery is possible by the hand of God’s grace and the care and love of a supportive community.

For more information or to schedule an in-person presentation, please call (541) 200-3000.

You Can Get Involved

The greatest gift you can give someone is your time, your attention, your concern.

The support and generosity from volunteers are a big part of the ROC Recovery Center. We offer certified trainings to those interested in working in peer support, and many of our graduates return to provide peer delivered services.

Other volunteer opportunities may involve community event volunteering, intern jobs, networking, clerical, and more.

To learn more about our volunteer activities, please email or call (541) 200-3000.