Resources

Links

“CSPNJ shares a vision of healing and hope that is promoted by choice, freedom, inclusion and de-stigmatization. Our greatest resource is the life experiences of persons working through their own recovery.”

Virtual Recovery Meetings

Due to the social distancing we are all practicing to slow the spread of COVID-19, most recovery groups are not meeting in person. You can still get help. Many programs have regularly scheduled virtual meetings that are increasing in number each day. Magellan Healthcare knows how hard recovery can be, so they have provided helpful information about virtual meetings for several programs at this link.  Similarly, Smart Recovery is also providing opportunities for virtual meetings and can be reached by clicking here.  And lastly, the Office of National Drug Control Policy is providing a list of virtual recovery resources that you can find here.

Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Association (SAMHSA) Links

SAMHSA

The US Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, is an agency responsible for improving the quality and availability of prevention, treatment, and rehabilitative services in order to reduce illness, death, disability, and cost to society resulting from substance abuse and mental disorders. ​

What a Difference a Friend Makes

An initiative that educates and exposes youth to understanding mental illnesses, to transform stigma and discrimination to acceptance.

Nationwide Links

 

HealthFinder.gov

Provides information on how to improve your health habits by: practicing regular physical activity; eating more healthy foods; protecting yourself and your family from illness; and avoiding risks to your health and the health of your loved ones.

Health Literacy for Patients and Consumers

Provides information and links aimed at improving health literacy, including questions to ask your doctor, using hospitals and clinics, and understanding different treatment and medical options available.

The Recovery Group

The Recovery Group is an organization that supports persons living with mental illnesses and who are recovering from traumatic events, and supports individuals in recovery through education, peer support, and fostering community involvement.

Mad in America

Science, Psychiatry, and Social justice — This site offers Pathways to Enhance Well- Being with Free Resource on Alternative Wellness Practices

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