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SOS Recovery moves to new location in Rochester to better serve its clients

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SOS Recovery Community Organization has a space of its own for the first time in its Lilac City history.

According to SOS Director John Burns, the new 3,000-square-foot center at 14 Signal St. will allow the recovery organization to better serve its increasing client base. He said it will also allow them to start a new, more “efficient” chapter free of some of the different challenges that came along with sharing space with other groups in SOS’ previous Rochester location, the basement of First Church Congregational on South Main Street.

“We decided with the growth that we’ve had in the church that we really just needed an exclusive space,” Burns said, referring to SOS’ expansions in physical space within FCC’s building over the years, and to the way in which new virtual offerings have increased its clientele during the COVID-19 pandemic. “Some of the challenges with sharing a space is you don’t have access to it every hour of every day, and we really needed that when we looked at in the future having meetings in the evenings, going beyond just a 9-to-5 Monday through Friday schedule.”

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