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SOAR is a statewide network of recovery community organizations (RCOs) and Bureau of Substance Addiction Services (BSAS-funded)

peer recovery support centers (PRSCs).

RCOs and PRSCs provide peer and other recovery support services.

SOAR is a project of the Massachusetts Organization for Addiction Recovery (MOAR) and funded by the Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).


What does SOAR do?


SOAR serves as a hub to connect and unify RCOs/PRSCs to work together and share information essential to peer recovery.

It provides training and technical assistance, brings these entities together around issues important to recovery, and supports expanding recovery support services across the state.

Why does it exist?

SOAR wants to recognize the growth and success of RCOs/PRSCs,

learn from them and share the “recovery capital or assets”

(overall supports essential to recovery) created by these entities and peers.


SOAR will make more people aware of RCOs/PRSCs and ensure that the peer recovery community is informing decisions that impact them

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