The Dover Community Peer Recovery Center (CPRC) was created to provide individuals with access to peer support, information about substance use disorder (SUD), recovery support services, and information about other community resources in a supportive substance-free environment. The CPRC offers a warm and welcoming environment that is a safe and sober space. It allows individuals from all recovery backgrounds to come together to receive peer-to-peer support, as well as to be offered training and social, educational, and recreational opportunities.
The CPRC provides a continuum of care, including an array of services that support individuals seeking or in recovery from substance use and misuse.
Services include (but are not limited to):
- linkage between treatment agencies and the CPRC for sustained recovery to prevent recurrence of substance use
- support of individuals in their recovery to provide them a sense of hope and navigation to treatment
- referral to Naloxone trainings, access to Naloxone Rescue Kits, and information on how to access Naloxone through a pharmacy
Through our work at the CPRC, we continue to expand the recovery continuum through peer-to-peer recovery support services, so as to prevent the recurrence of substance use and promote sustained recovery. The CPRC is volunteer driven, member-inspired and premised on peer support. Though program efforts at the CPRC are overseen by Prevention is Key, they are largely influenced by the local recovery community.
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While the holidays are a time to celebrate joy, we understand that they can be stressful—That's why we are hosting a holiday party of our own. Join us as we celebrate the season of togetherness with music, games, and more! Let us know that you are coming by RSVPing to Matt Smith at Msmith@mcpik.org or 862-254-6191. Click here for the flyer.Find out more »
Join us in discussing the intersectionality of social justice and substance misuse. “City Rising” is a documentary series about social justice issues impacting communities in California. This series follows grassroots advocacy for policy change to increase upward mobility within communities. Click here for the flyer. Please RSVP to Daniella Mendez at Dmendez@mcpik.org or call 973-768-1071.Find out more »
Self-defense can be learned by anyone, no matter your size, shape, or physical condition! There is no prior training required to participate. Join us at Phalanx Krav Maga and CrossFit for a two-hour seminar on safety and self-defense techniques like: • Situational awareness and avoiding threats • Body language and profiling • Movement, footwork, and distancing • Basic Strikes and blocking • Defense against grabs, punches, and chokes Please wear sneakers and comfortable clothing that is easy to move in, like…Find out more »
Get in touch with your creative side at our Expressive Healing event. Join us to explore the power creativity and art have in expressing emotions while connecting with others in a safe and inclusive space. Please RSVP to Daniella Mendez at Dmendez@mcpik.org or call 973-768-1071.Find out more »
Spring is the season of rebirth and growth. Join us in welcoming springtime with an evening of meditation and rejuvenation! In practicing mindfulness techniques and meditation, we seek to connect with ourselves and embrace change. Click here for the flyer. Please RSVP to Daniella Mendez at Dmendez@mcpik.org or call 973-768-1071.Find out more »
Join us at our Dover center for a sweet night of cake decorating. We’ll bring the cake and decorations, you bring your inner artist and sweet tooth! Please make sure to RSVP so we have enough supplies for everyone. RSVP to Daniella Mendez at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 973-76801071.Find out more »
Prevention is Key and The Center for Great Expectations are happy to host a three part series regarding trauma, addiction, recovery and healing. Join us to learn about trauma and how it impacts our minds, emotions and bodies, and gain skills to manage its impact! For more information contact Barbara Kauffman at Bkauffman@mcpik.org.Find out more »
PEER Youth Mentoring is hosting an Open House this spring! We welcome youth, families, youth-serving personnel, and anyone interested in learning more about the PEER program. You will meet the PEER mentoring team, learn about the program, and have an opportunity to ask questions. The PEER Youth Mentoring Program offers a trusted and supportive adult to serve as a coach, friend, and advisor for your youth. A PEER Youth Mentor is someone who operates as a listening ear and ensures…Find out more »
Join local Jefferson Township community members for a hike along Liffy Island Trail at Prospect Point Park, Lake Hopatcong NJ. The trail is 2.5 miles long and will be great way to connect with others and get some fresh air! Enjoy a day outdoors with local community organizations like JTMAC, JTYC, Mayor Wilsusen, and the Lake Hopatcong Foundation. For more information contact Carly Sinnott at Csinnott@mcpik.org.Find out more »
Join us at our Dover CARES facility for Pizza & Puzzles! Take the night to build puzzles of all shapes and sizes with our peers while learning more about our services and information on other community resources. Not a puzzle kind of person? That's okay! Stay to chat with our peers and enjoy pizza on us. All are welcome, and we can't wait to see you there.Find out more »
Build strength with us every week at Blue Titan Fitness. You do not need previous CrossFit experience, the only requirement is 48 hours of continuous sobriety. Pre-register at https://thephoenix.org/find-a-class/in-person/ For more information contact email@example.com.Find out more »
Meetings are in person and on Zoom. You decide what is convenient for you! To attend via Zoom, using Meeting id: 814 5515 8565 Our All Recovery Meeting is based on the philosophy that people from every recovery pathway have much in common and can benefit from sharing together. The purpose of this meeting is to offer a place where people can share their recovery experiences, with an emphasis on the hope and healing of recovery and how recovery has…Find out more »