Springs Recovery Connection, known for training peer support coaches who help people maintain sobriety from alcohol and drugs, has a new name and a much-larger office where a community recovery center with like-minded organizations is taking shape.

First the new name: Serenity Recovery Connection.

It’s being unveiled at a Nov. 10 open house for donors, other supporters, clients, and families.

Confusion with other organizations led to the renaming, said CEO Trudy Strewler Hodges.

“It’s a perfect time, as we move into this new building to have a new look and feel to what we do,” she said. “We want to create a recovery center focused on serenity, where people feel safe and cared for.”

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