The founders of the Pir2Peer Recovery Center in Millinocket are partnering with a local chef to help provide to-go meals to people struggling with food insecurity.
MILLINOCKET, Maine — It’s been almost a year since a new journey began for Millinocket’s Ginger Collins and Michelle Anderson. Last February before the pandemic, they opened the Pir2Peer Recovery Center — one of the only resources of its kind in the area. Anderson and Collins both battled addiction years ago, and they bring a unique perspective to the role.
For them, the purpose of Pir2Peer has never been to just help people struggling with addiction. They wanted to provide greater outreach in a community that needs it — which is why they’ve decided to take on the responsibility