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This issue includes information about recovery work incentives, COVID-19 information and resources, e-cigarettes and vaping, and intimate partner violence.
This issue includes information about medicines to treat opioid use disorder, discharge management plans, and how to use medicine for recovery.
A Recovery/Crisis Plan helps you manage a mental illness, stay well, and prepare for a crisis. See "How to Make a Recovery Crisis Plan" for directions.
Peer support services provided by a certified peer specialist (CPS) for younger people is someone who has their own experience in recovery from mental health and co-occurring challenges.
Recovery Library was created for people in recovery, by people in recovery. It has videos, worksheets, educational articles, and many other wellness tools.
A halfway house is a home in the community for people who are recently recovering from a substance use disorder.
Medication-assisted treatment uses medicine and therapy to help you recover from opioid use disorder.
Outpatient services are a good place to start when you think you need help for a substance use disorder.
Recovery support services help you talk to someone who has experience with substance use disorder.