About SOS Recovery Community Organization

Who are we?  We are a community based peer organization.  Our values, much of our governance, our strategic direction, our programming and everything about SOS Recovery Community Organization is driven by the community and those we serve.  We are made up of a small staff who are here to provide the framework and structure for our community to drive our programs, services and offerings.

Our services are primarily driven and run by volunteers who are made up of individuals in recovery, family members, friends and loved ones of those in recovery, or those who may be still struggling with substance misuse, as well as allies in the community.  Much like recovery we are a diverse group with empathy, compassion and a deep passion for all that we are doing to provide a safe supportive environment for those impacted by substance misuse.  We have learned that those struggling with substance misuse are our parents, our brothers, our sisters, friends, neighbors and co-workers and, likewise, the recovery community is represented by all of those at SOS Recovery Community Organization.

Mission & Vision


The mission of SOS Recovery Community Organization is to reduce stigma and harm associated with substance use and misuse by providing safe space and peer based supports for people in all stages of recovery.



SOS Recovery Community Organization envisions a world where recovery from addiction to alcohol and other drugs is possible and widely embraced through low-barrier access to inclusive and respectful support, and where all who seek long-term recovery have access to the care and resources they need to achieve their self-defined goals.


4 Broadway • Dover,NH 03820
63 S. Main St • Rochester, NH 03878


(603) 841-2350 



Recovery Coaching

Recovery Support and help with  obtaining community-based services and resources


SOS advocacy includes efforts at a local, state and national level.

Telephone Recovery Support

Telephone Recovery Support Service (TRSS) calls to area residents that are in recovery.

Accreditation Info

Accreditation: Exemplary: 5 Years

Accreditation Date: 

April 17, 2018 to April 11, 2023