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The Anchor Recovery Community Center!

A Place for People In All Stages of Recovery


  ’Taste of Recovery’ Rooftop Cookout Saturday July 19th

Thanks to everyone who helped and attended the Rooftop Cookout.

We received wonderful comments on the surveys that were filled out at the event and we want to share some of them with you:

~Anchor gives people a place of hope and a place where people can get help when they need it.

~Being around positive people and people in recovery has had a strong influence on me.

~Anchor is my medicine.

~Anchor helps me be a better person.

~Anchor keeps me grounded.

~Anchor has been vital to my recovery and I will be forever grateful for the help they continue to give me.

~Anchor is just that, an anchor for my recovery. I take two buses from Cranston. The door’s always open for me or anyone in need. The staff is wonderful always keeping things interesting! Love Anchor!

~Anchor helped me realize that I had a disease and I could control it.

~Anchor helped save my life. Eternally grateful for this recovery center. I knew nothing about getting clean and I owe my progress to all the women at Anchor, especially Robin, Michelle, and Janice for being so supportive, helpful, awesome and non-judgemental. I plan to stick around and help other woman in recovery.

~Wonderful addition to the recovery community.

~I strongly agree that Anchor has been a good part of my recovery.

~I honestly enjoy my recovery coach support.

~Anchor is a God sent with so many programs to help recovery be positive and successful, the coaches are excellent and Anchor itself has a lot of motivational programs.

~Great positive environment, keeps me happy.

~It’s a safe place with great, friendly, well informed staff.

~Without a recovery coach I would not know about the resources out there.

Thanks to all of our sponsors, volunteers, Anchor staff, and attendees for making the cookout a fun and memorable event! A special thanks goes out to Anchor’s own George O’Toole for all of his organizing efforts.



11 Steps of Self Discipline

Inspirational Guidance with Robin Riley

July 11th, 18th, 25th, and Aug 1st Anchor Warwick


New meeting- “Homecomers”

For men and women making the transition for prison to positivity in the community and in recovery. Tuesdays and Thursdays 11:00am.



Karaoke Every Saturday Night 6:00pm

Anchor Pawtucket 

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 (click to download July 2014 Newsletter)


Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays 10:00am – 11:00am

Pawtucket Location

All Recovery Morning Meeting

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New Grapevine AA Meeting

Tuesdays and Thursdays 10:00am-11:00am

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At The Anchor Recovery Community Centers

  We offer a safe, supportive environment

for people in all stages of recovery.

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