Help Us Welcome Recovery Resource Council!

We are so excited to welcome Recovery Resource Council (RRC) as our newest partner agency! Celebrating its 60th anniversary, RRC aims to promote wellness and recovery from alcohol, addiction and/or mental health issues. They strive to foster a community of support and care for those in need. 

Headquartered in Fort Worth, TX, RRC will be opening a satellite location at Serve Denton, which will save them approximately $10,000 annually on office leasing. At this location, they will be strictly working with veterans. 

 

Some of the Services RRC Offers

*All of Recovery Resource Council’s services are 100% free of charge.

 

Information & Referral

Information & Referral is a community hotline assisting substance abusers and their families, professionals and the general public in obtaining help and support for their needs. All calls are confidential. Information is provided to callers about substance abuse issues and how to access needed services.

Learn more about their Information & Referral

 

Counseling

Recovery Resource Council’s highly qualified mental health professionals are dedicated to helping all clients achieve their goals. Counseling services are provided by licensed counselors to meet the substance use and/or mental health needs of adults, adolescents and families.

Learn more about their Counseling 

 

Project New Start

Project New Start is a permanent supportive housing program for chronically homeless men and women with disabilities. Recovery Resource Council currently provides housing and intensive case management to eligible individuals. They are provided with a safe, stable environment in which to address their own unique issues of recovery and independence.

Learn more about their Project New Start  

 

Veteran Services

The Enduring Families program, founded in 2013, targets the veteran family’s unique needs ranging from coping with symptoms of PTSD, depression, anxiety and addiction to teaching effective decision-making, parenting and communication skills. Services in this program are provided at no cost to the family or the veteran.

“Serving the entire family system facilitates healing to all members impacted by war or the military lifestyle,” Eric Niedermayer, Chief Executive Officer of Recovery Resource Council said. “Serving children, spouses, significant others and entire families makes this program unique and comprehensive.”

Learn more about their Veteran Services

 

Recovery Resource Council will be open Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm by appointment only. To learn more about Recovery Resource Council’s programs, click the button below!

 

What RRC is All About

The mission of Recovery Resource Council is to promote wellness and recovery from alcohol, addiction and/or mental health issues. RRC serves as the gateway to recovery for men and women who lack insurance or other means to receive treatment for chemical addictions and mental health needs.

They had been in the search for affordable office space but were coming up dry until they talked to a local contact at the UNT Department of Rehabilitation (link to website) and United Way of Denton County (link to website), which referred them to Serve Denton. In addition to making financial sense, this partnership will allow them to collaborate with other key service providers at one central location.

 

New Beginnings

With Recovery Resource Council partnering with us, many more doors will be opened to help #serve the Denton community. Not only will Recovery Resource Council be helped financially with Serve Denton’s reduced rent, they will also have the ability to collaborate with Serve Denton’s other partners! This increases the number of people who can be helped.

“We look forward to building strong relationships with other nonprofits in the Assistance and Events Center – together we strengthen the community,” Niedermayer said.

Serve Denton is so excited to welcome Recovery Resource Council to the team. We look forward to seeing them help our community! Learn more about Recovery Resource Council on their website by clicking the button below.