CCPR Hosts Open House of Recovery Community Outreach Center (RCOC)

olumbia County Pathways to Recovery (CCPR) Hosts Open House of Recovery Community Outreach Center (RCOC) 

Public Is Invited to the Event Slated for Saturday, January 28, from 

11 am to 1 pm at 1 Taconic Place, Chatham

Chatham, NY (January 18, 2023) The staff of Columbia County Pathways to Recovery (CCPR) cordially invites the public of both Columbia and Greene county communities to celebrate the grand opening of their new location at 1 Taconic Place (just south of Price Chopper), Chatham. 

Join the revelry at the new facility where free coffee, refreshments, and pizza will be served, tours will be conducted, and details of services and programs will be discussed 

“Substance use disorders (SUD) continue to dramatically take lives in Columbia County, be it alcohol, opiates and other drugs, tobacco, and other use disorders. CCPR is committed to offering individuals and families hope, awareness, advocacy, education, and pathways to recovery,” said Lori Antonson, Acting President of CCPR. 

CCPR Executive Director Frank Marshall concurs. “The RCOC model embraces all addiction disorders, and our volunteers are dedicated to helping those engaged in this struggle through empathy, experience, resources, and solution-focused efforts,” he said. 


More About Columbia County Pathways to Recovery (CCPR)

Founded in 2016, CCPR is a 501 (c) (3), not for profit, with a recovery outreach center originally located on Milo Street in Hudson and is Columbia County’s only Recovery Community Organization to date. CCPR operates a confidential, Recovery Helpline 7 days-a-week, 9 am to 9 pm which can be reached at 877-HOPE-365 or (877-467-3365).  Serving both Columbia and Greene Counties, the helpline is made available in part through the generous support of Columbia County Board of Supervisors. Volunteers provide detox/rehab placement, referral services, and offer support, compassion, and assistance to people seeking help.

Contact CCPR at our website; by email at; by telephone at 518-966-2775; or on Facebook at Columbia County Pathways to Recovery and CCPR recovery community center.

To assist us in our mission, CCPR gratefully accepts donations through our website or by mail at PO Box 486, Ghent, NY 12075.

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