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Published by Foster’s Daily Democrat
DOVER — Elected officials, city employees, volunteers and community members gathered on Broadway to celebrate the grand opening of the new SOS Recovery Community Organization (SOS RCO) facility in Dover on Tuesday.
The facility provides another location in the Garrison City for those battling substance misuse.
“It’s a great day for Dover,” said state Sen. David Watters, D-Dover. “This shows what’s so great about this area. All these people coming together, seeing something that needed to be done, and doing it.
“I’ve always said the recovery committee is what’s going to get us out of this. We need this in Dover,” he continued.
SOS RCO offers many meetings and programs for those battling substance misuse. Programs include music and recovery, yoga, art, indoor rock climbing, white-water rafting and running groups. More information on events can be found at sosrco.org.