Recovery Month is a time to recognize and celebrate the millions of people who have changed their lives through recovery.
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.
Use our free online tools for sleep, weight, exercise, quitting smoking, and more ways to help with your health and recovery.
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.