CoRR

Recovery and wellness services to discover your best self. FOR TEENSFOR PARENTSFOR A LOVED ONEFOR PROFESSIONALSFOR EMPLOYERS

 

Family Recovery Education Series (FRES)

Please come join us and invite others to join as well for this unique opportunity to increase awareness and education about addiction and dependency. This educational series happens weekly and is now being hosted at five of our locations:

Auburn 530-885-1961

Grass Valley 530-273-9541

Kings Beach 530-546-5641

Roseville 916-782-3737

Truckee 530-587-8194

Our Mission

Our mission is to support the communities we serve with a full spectrum of wellness-focused programs to reduce the social, health and economic impact on families and children from all types of substance abuse and behavioral health issues.

See our Commitment to Client Safety at About CoRR. 

Our Philosophy – CoRR-nerstones of Recovery

In order to save a person’s life, save a family and restore health to the community, we start with the CoRR-nerstones of RecoveryRead on

Northern California Drug and Alcohol Treatment Services

Community Recovery Resources (CoRR) has successfully supported men, women, adolescents, and families to recover from substance abuse and related mental health issues since 1974. Nestled in the beautiful Sierra Nevada Foothills of Northern California, CoRR combines science-based practices with compassionate and holistic supports for mind, body, and spirit. Read More
Medical Director, Dr. Christina Lasich shares a message about CoRR treatment services: Addiction is the doorway to transformation. At CoRR, we offer quality programs that open the door to recovery because we know that people can and do recover from alcoholism and substance abuse… Click HERE to listen…

Is it a Problem?

Take our Self Assessment Quiz to find out. Or, call us at 530-273-9541

Our Outcomes

corr outcomes

CoRR works to measure how we make a difference in the lives of our patients, their families, and communities. We asked patients, their families, and providers what is important to their success in treatment, and developed surveys based on what is important to THEM to look at how well WE are doing, and what this means for all of US! Learn more about how we are making a difference in our communities.