The Anchor of Hull provides a safe, sober, and supportive environment for building community, wellness, and recovery. The center is a resource to anyone — whether they’re in recovery or not — who needs help, direction, guidance, or just a place to come and talk. We are a community center focused on giving people free services that support wellness. We offer sober activities and events, Recovery Coaching, access to resources, and assistance to all individuals and their families throughout every stage of recovery.
WHAT WE DO
Our goal is to provide community support, prevention, and recovery for those struggling with substance use disorders. We believe that this is best accomplished by providing recovery services, outreach, and prevention for residents in Hull and the surrounding areas. Paramount to the Anchor vision is to provide a physical location that offers these resources through a safe space of community in Hull. This center is a resource for anyone who needs help, direction, guidance, or a place to come and talk.
SUPPORT GROUPS & ADVOCACY
We value many avenues to recovery, such as AA, NA, Celebrate Recovery, and more. We can assist those in need by connecting them to vital resources (detox, rehab, housing, etc.). We believe that while there are many resources available, the need for increased fellowship remains critical. We are a support system willing to assist individuals and their families throughout every stage of recovery.
While supporting and creating community for those struggling and impacted by substance use disorder, we also want to empower and enable others to to help in this struggle. To accomplish this we provide a variety of trainings including Narcan use and the CCAR Recovery Coach Academy.
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We wouldn't be able to do what we do without the generous support of people like you. We are solely funded by the generosity of others and your donations help us to keep doing what we're doing.
CONTACT THE ANCHOR OF HULL
7 Hadasah Way, Hull, MA 02045, USA
"Let us love you until you can love yourself..."