Here we provide information and documents that give some insight into CCAR's Organizational Culture and some of the guidelines and philosophy we use as Recovery Community Organization to conduct and implement our services and day-to-day operations.

"The Recovery Community Organization: Toward A Working Definition and Description", a piece written by Phil Valentine, William L. White and Pat TaylorRead Here
"CCAR 20 Strong" Documentary. A thirty-two minute documentary on CCAR's 20+ year history and the advancement of the Recovery Movement during that time. Watch Here
CCAR's Code of Ethics - Outlines the Ethics that guide our work, strategy, and decision-making. A compelling document on organizational Ethics that can be applied widely. Read Here
Executive Director, Phil Valentine's blog on Excellence. This document provides CCAR staff with a clear outline of what it is to perform our roles with Excellence.Read Here
Core Elements of Recovery Community Centers - Outlines the framework of Recovery Community Centers and provides an overview of services, administration, programming, and more.Read Here
Stay in Your Lane - A piece written by Phil Valentine and other contributors that outlines what a Recovery Community Center is and is not and the importance of maintaining the intended application of a Center.Read Here
All Recovery Meeting Format - Format for conducting an All Recovery Meeting, as used by the Manchester Recovery Community Center and all CCAR Recovery Community Centers.Read Here
Recovery Capital Graphic from Arthur Woodard. Outlines the various forms of Recovery Capital one can draw on to help individuals enter, sustain, and maintain Recovery.Download Here