Recovery Advocates of America is a 501C3 not for profit peer to peer center that strives to provide education around the disease of addiction, tools to sustain recovery through engagement, and reduce the stigma of addiction within our community. Our center is instrumental in our community in providing all people suffering from the disease of addiction a safe haven to get treatment options and support through all stages of their recovery. As addiction is classified as a family disease, in addition to helping the addict, we also provide tools and resources for the family in order to best recover through their own journey. Recovery Advocates of America offers crisis interventions for both the addict and the family, support meetings and 12 step introductions, and family programs to keep addicts and families engaged. Our mission is to provide a platform and network for those who strive for recovery to achieve continuous, sustainable recovery.
If you or a loved one struggles with the disease of addiction Recovery Advocates of America can help. Recovery Advocates knows the importance of bridging the gap between treatment and active recovery. We recognize addiction can be very complex and the treatment process difficult to navigate. We guide each person before, during and after the treatment process by providing services in order to increase the likelihood of a sustained recovery.
Our trained staff will treat every person with respect and keep all our services confidential. Recovery Advocates of America, Inc. provides a safe environment to rebuild lives through:
Michael Ziccardi has been with RAA for five years. He started as a volunteer and has held various positions throughout his career. He is now the Executive Director and is also a Certified Recovery Coach Trainer, Recovery Coach, and certified Recovery Peer Specialist.
Stacey Ross has been working with Recovery Advocates since October 2017 and is also a certified recovery coach. Before coming on as our Outreach Coordinator she volunteered and plays a vital role as a mentor to many women in the community. With multiple years in recovery she does anything necessary to maintain long term sobriety.
John Mincarelli has worked in the field of addiction/recovery for the past 10 years and has strong interpersonal skills. He worked at Daytop Village where he helped young people find their way in recovery. John is a certified Recovery Coach Trainer, Recovery Coach, Recovery Peer Specialist, and a Police Academy Trainer.
Joe Ricci has been working with Recovery Advocates for many years. Joe has developed a passion for helping people. He guides those individuals to a life of recovery. Joe is a certified recovery coach, certified recovery coach trainer, certified interventionist, certified recovery specialist and certified crisis prevention interventionist.
John DiMartino - Chairman of the Board
Denise Lovill - Vice Chair
Simeon Rochonchou - Treasurer
Tim McDermott - Secretary
Kim Tormondson - Director
Anthony Verrelli - Trustee
Chris Reetz - Trustee
Rich Levesque - Trustee