What is RCRC?

The Recovering Community Resource Committee (RCRC) is a bi-monthly networking luncheon for addiction and behavioral health professionals and para-professionals.  We meet to share information about facilities, programs and resources that benefit the population we serve in our respective agencies.  RCRC focuses primarily on the Midlands of South Carolina but presenters have come from all parts of South Carolina and beyond.  RCRC is a forum to introduce yourself to the treatment professional community, share announcements from your 12-Step fellowship if you are a member of one, and have a great lunch together while learning about pertinent resources.

RCRC maintains a directory* of every resource that has presented at a meeting since 2012.

*The information contained herein neither constitutes nor implies endorsement by LRADAC or RPP.

RCRC also shares employment opportunities for those needing to fill a vacancy and those looking for work.

Who Comes to RCRC?

RCRC is attended by addiction counselors, social workers, case managers, program directors, facility and agency directors, marketing representatives, prevention staff, half-way house owners, therapeutic community staff, collegiate recovery program staff, persons in recovery and graduate students.

40 – 50 people usually attend.

 

When Does RCRC Meet?

We meet on the first Thursday of every even month (February, April, June, August, October and December).  We start at 12:00pm and end promptly at 1:00pm.

 

Where Does RCRC Meet?

RCRC meets at the Richland LRADAC campus in the Education Center at the back entrance.

LRADAC is located at:

2711 Colonial Drive
Columbia, SC 29203

 

Who Do I Contact for More Information?

Chris McCoy, LISW-CP, CACII, of the South Carolina Recovering Professional Program (RPP) coordinates the RCRC.  You can reach him at (803) 896-5685, or by email at cmccoy@lradac.org.