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The Journey To Recovery

Helpful Links For Additional Support

 

I wanted to use my platform to highlight resources and a message of hope. We believe that connection is the key to healing. Here are some resources that we have found helpful. Some are community meetings that you can attend in person, and others may offer online information or forums that may be useful. Remember, you are not alone!

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, excessive alcohol use leads to more than 95,000 deaths each year in the U.S., and there have been more than 800,000 drug overdose deaths in the U.S. since 1999. We know that roughly 50% of people with a mental health condition also have a problem with substance abuse. Approximately 30 Million Americans struggle with eating disorders. And more than 1 in 3 people who die from suicide are under the influence of alcohol at the time of death. Substance use disorders affect many people. If you or someone you know is struggling, you are not alone; there is help and there is hope.

Community-based support groups for those who desire recovery from an eating disorder.
Support for individuals and families affected by eating disorders.
Community-based support groups for families and loved ones affected by alcohol and substance use.
We provide direct peer support to families, train professionals, and provide a bridge to connect them.
Community-based support groups for those who desire recovery from alcohol and substance use.
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Support for families and caregivers of those affected by an eating disorder.
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