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In 2018, we opened Next Chapter Recovery Bookstore and Advocacy Center. The location served as a resource for the Prescott community for 12-step recovery materials AND as an advocacy office for those who may not need a safe place to live or did not have transportation to PV to meet with one of our advocates. We heard from community partners that this would be a great service we could provide, but over the years, we found it was underutilized, and finally, led to the decision to close the location this month.

We are grateful for the opportunity to provide this service over the last three years!

If you have questions about this change, please contact Robin or Alexis in the Administration office at 928-772-4184.

Advocates are ALWAYS available 24/7/365: 928-445-4673.

Recovery resources still available in our Prescott Valley Administration Office. Call 928-772-4184 for more information.