Manchester Recovery Community Center
A Long History of Supporting Recovery.
The Manchester Recovery Community Center is located at 102 Norman Street - a location with a long history of supporting Recovery. Established as a meeting place for Alcoholics Anonymous in 1946, the Pathfinders club has operated at this location since. In 2019, CCAR partnered with the Pathfinders Board of Trustees to launch a Recovery Community Center that provides multiple pathways-based, free recovery support services to compliment and expand the great work already being done here. CCAR Manchester will provide weekday walk-in services from 8:30am - 4:30pm for recoverees, families, and allies that are seeking information, recovery support services, or an opportunity to give back through becoming a volunteer. Our Manchester Recovery Community center provides a welcoming environment to all interested in the power of Recovery, no matter where they are on their Recovery journey. Please come visit and find out how we can help you with your recovery today!
All services are free of charge. Visitors will have access to:
- All-Recovery Meetings (ARM)
- Recovery Training Series
- Family Support Groups
- Recovery Coaching
- Recovery Social Events
- Telephone Recovery Support
- Volunteer Opportunities
Regularly Scheduled Meetings:
All Recovery Meetings - every Wednesday and Friday - Noon
AA Meetings Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday - 10 AM
Women’s All Recovery Meeting every Tuesday - 10 AM
Job/Computer Skills every Thursday - 11 AM
102 Norman St.
Manchester, CT 06040