"How can we help you with your Recovery today?"
The ROC offers you and your family the opportunity to engage with other members from our recovery community while taking part in peer-led support groups, pro-recovery social activities, volunteer opportunities and special events. Our center is a place where isolation becomes inclusion, problems find solutions and strangers become friends.
Hours of Operation:
Sunday: Closed Monday: 10am-7pm Tuesday: Closed Wednesday: Closed Thursday: 10am-7pm Friday: 10am-7:00pm Saturday: 4pm-7pm
Services and Programs
January 21, 2021
The Idaho Harm Reduction Project and Central District Health’s Drug Overdose Prevention Program have partnered with The ROC, to facilitate a free virtual Overdose Prevention and Response Training to Valley County residents. This training is inclusive for laypersons, community members, and behavioral health professionals. As a result of this training, individuals will know how to prevent, recognize, and respond to an overdose, including the administration of two forms of naloxone. The Idaho Harm Reduction Project is available to ship free naloxone and other harm reduction tools to individuals in the community. Individuals interested in recovery support services can also receive naloxone through The ROC.
Support Groups Forming
November 1st, 2020
The ROC supports all pathways to recovery. Stay tuned as we develop a schedule that hosts a variety of peer-led support groups to support you in your recovery!
New Volunteer Orientation
Our recovery community center is 95% run by volunteers just like you! We believe that everyone has a skill or talent to share. Recovery is a gift - Volunteering is a way to pay-it-forward. To volunteer at The ROC, please email:
NEWS & EVENTS
@ The ROC