Who We Are

In 1987, the Salisbury Substance Abuse Community Center (SSACC) began as the brainchild of individuals who were in recovery themselves. In March 1990, the center opened its doors as "The Twelve Steps".

In 2016, a new Strategic Plan was adopted. The Salisbury Substance Abuse Community Center (SSACC) became the Recovery Resource Center (RRC), better reflecting our mission- "To facilitate and support people on their journey through Recovery."

We currently host over 40 meetings, sponsored by seven 12-Step Fellowships, serving approximately 1,000 people per week.  Meetings at Salisbury's RRC are open to all who seek recovery, without fear of a paper trail. We provide support to those learning how to rebuild their lives, restore their families, and take their rightful place as contributing members of our community.

Since 1996, as a member of the United Way of the Lower Eastern Shore, we receive funding, training and support for our staff.  We also receive support, funding and training from The Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore, as a fully incorporated non-profit corporation.


Meet the Team


Board and Officers

RRC Officers
Joe Gast, President
Doug Wilson, Vice President
Connie Strott, Secretary
Bill Turner, Treasurer
Ernie Colburn, Past President
Chip Strott, Legal Counsel

RRC Board Members
Clyde Adkins, Leslie Brown, Rich Brueckner, Robert W. Cook, Tom Evans, Tim Feist, Michelle Grager, Laura Mitchell, Joe Morse, ​Susan Parker, Valerie Randall-Lee, Patsy Rikey, Hollie Seaton, Cindy Shiffler, Micah Stauffer, Connie Strott, John Winslow

Curtis Paul -Executive Director

We need your help...

We provide safe haven for individuals in the community who are looking to start or continue on their journey toward recovery.