AMHC News

Aroostook Recovery Center of Hope Welcomes New Volunteer Coordinator

AMHC announces that Gregg Spelta has joined Aroostook Recovery Center of Hope as Volunteer Coordinator and Peer Support Specialist.

Aroostook Recovery Center of Hope (ARCH) is pleased to announce the addition of Gregg Spelta, Volunteer Coordinator and Peer Support Specialist. ARCH is a place where individuals can come and receive support for their recovery journey, connecting people to resources and serving as a venue for various recovery meetings.

“We are excited to have Gregg join our team,” said Stacie Holton, Peer Center Manager. “As a person in long-term recovery, Gregg is ready to support others in their journey. We encourage people to give him a call or stop in to visit. He is looking forward to sharing all the ways ARCH supports individuals in recovery.”

ARCH is open to everyone, including people in recovery, struggling with substance/alcohol/opioid use disorder(s), affected others, allies, and community members. Located at 59 Main Street in Houlton, ARCH is an Aroostook Mental Health Services, Inc. (AMHC) service collaborating with Link for Hope. For more information about ARCH services, please contact Spelta by email at gspelta@amhc.org, phone at 254-2213, or on Facebook at ARCH04730.

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