The ROCC offers a central location for those that suffer from substance abuse disorders, mental health disorders, and poverty. Participants will receive services including, but not limited to safety net services, recovery meetings, job training, employment services, life skills, and leisure activities.
We offer prosocial activities to encourage relationship building as well as family bonding time. Families are welcome to attend open meetings, and Nar-Anon for support while their loved one is healing from their substance use disorder/ or mental health disorder.
We offer the volunteers opportunities to grow by encouraging them to take the Certified Peer Specialist training program. If they have family members in recovery, we encourage them to take their Missouri Recovery Support Specialist certificate to continue to gain insight into the recovery process.
We offer a multitude of fun and motivating classes that allow you to recover alone or with friends. Our volunteers are highly educated and will make sure you give your all.
The classes are:
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1402 S Main St
Joplin, MO 64801
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