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Ready to begin your journey of recovery? Click below to visit the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration's locator to find resources in your community.
Do you have a desire to quit drinking? Or do you find yourself drinking more - or more often - than you intend? Alcoholics Anonymous is a great place to start. Visit aa.org for resources, information, and connections to local AA meetings to find the help you need to get sober.
With drug overdose deaths at an all-time high, the life-threatening risks of drug abuse have never been more evident. Narcotics Anonymous is here to help you get clean and live a drug-free life. Visit na.org for helpful resources and information on local NA meetings.
A few years back, the United Church of Christ (UCC) ran an outreach campaign with the message, "No matter who you are or where you are on life's journey, you're welcome here." Not a bad place to start building a relationship with a Higher Power. Visit ucc.org for more information.
Located in rural western New York, the Abbey of the Genesee is a Trappist monastery offering individual and group retreats. Time away in a spiritual setting can provide the space and time we need to strengthen our connection to a Higher Power. Visit abbeyretreats.org for more information.
Westminster John Knox Press publishes books that can help you develop your spirituality (including Psobriety!). Visit wjkbooks.com to check out the latest titles available.
Many of us with substance abuse disorder also face other mental health challenges. The National Alliance on Mental Illness can help you find the care you need. Visit nami.org/YourJourney to get started.
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