P.O.R.C.H. Recovery Center Celebrates Reopening in Traverse City
A group that usually aims to celebrate others on their road to recovery had a reason to celebrate themselves Thursday.
The P.O.R.C.H Recovery Center in Traverse City celebrated its re-opening Thursday afternoon.
The organization had previously closed its doors due to lack of funding.
After getting a grant from Impact 100, they moved locations to reopen a new, safe, sober environment to help people recovering from addictions.
Thursday community came together for an open house and live music.
The aim is to celebrate those in recovery, and remember those lost to addiction.
“We are planting a dedication tree that was graciously donated for the folks that we’ve lost to addiction. And it’s a way to reannounce our presence in Traverse City as a safe place for those in recovery,” says Matthew Zerilli, recovery center manager for P.O.R.C.H.
The recovery center is now open on South Garfield in Traverse City.