Foundations NewsletterVolume 10, Issue 2
In this issue:
- Voice of Recovery: Deanna
- New Number to Call for Mental Health-Related Distress
- Important Changes to Physical HealthChoices
- CCARE Campaign
- Member Art Show
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Learn more about Peer Support, Recovery Support, and Peer Support for Younger People through new videos and fact sheets featured in Health Topics.
People can and do recover from behavioral health conditions. Recovery is possible.
Recovery is a process that allows you to make changes in your life. Through change, you can find hope.
Recovery means having the quality of life that you want.
You can define your own goals and make your own path toward reaching those goals.