Virtual Recovery Resources

In an infectious disease outbreak, continued social connectedness to maintain recovery are critically important. The following virtual  resources can be used to support your continued recovery from mental/substance use disorders:

Virtual Recovery Programs

Recovery Resources and Supports

  • The National Alliance for Mental Illness (NAMI) Helpline Coronavirus Information and Resource Guide
  • Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation  Contains  online support meetings, blogs, mobile apps, social media groups, and movie suggestions, including the online support community, The Daily Pledge.
  • Shatterproof "How I'm Coping with COVID-19 and Social Isolation as a Person in Long-Term Recovery" provides coping suggestions for individuals in long-term recovery
  • TheChopraCenter "Anxious About the Coronavirus? Here are Eight Practical Tips on How to Stay Calm and Support Your Immune System."  

TMHA Wellness Center Virtual Group Opportunities:

Some groups are being offered through ZOOM and require a phone, smart phone, or computer to participate with audio only or video. To view the most current group opportunities, visit the Transitions- Mental Health Association website. 

Please contact our access line at 1 (800) 838-1381 for information or to schedule an appointment. All services are available in Spanish.

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