Southcentral Foundation provides community-based, peer-driven and peer-led recovery support for women whose lives have been disrupted by alcohol or drug dependency and co-occurring mental illness.
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Surviving Our Loss and Continuing Everyday promotes public awareness about drug dependency and recovery and eliminates the discrimination surrounding the issue. It provides evidence-based prevention services for children and adolescents, and aids in the development of support groups for individuals and families who have lost a loved one to a drug related death or who have someone who struggles with chemical dependency.
The McShin Foundation is Virginia's fastest-growing peer-to-peer recovery community organization. Founded in 2004, this is a nonprofit organization committed to serving individuals and families in their fight against substance use disorders.
This newly formed, non-profit recovery community organization consists of individuals and families in recovery from substance use disorders. Its mission is to connect people to a broad network of resources that support individuals and families throughout the recovery process.
The Sober Recovery Community website offers support forums for people in recovery, as well as friends and family members affected by someone’s substance use.
The Tohono O'Odham Nation government is establishing a recovery community service project and peer-to-peer system.
The mission of the Turning Point Center of Central Vermont is to help people find, maintain, and enhance their substance use recovery through peer-based recovery supports to individuals and families; educational programs that aid in building and enriching a healthy life; and by providing a safe haven for sober recreation and social activities.
The Turning Point Center of Chittenden County provides space for peer-to-peer recovery activities, fellowship, events, games, fitness, stress management, recovery related programs, various 12 step meetings, and 1-on-1 Recovery Coaching.
Unity Hall builds a strong peer-to-peer recovery support system and recovery community. The community is comprised of individuals and families healing and growing toward a new life free of substance use and dependency.
Vet2Vet uses veterans in recovery in a peer-counseling capacity to help other veterans. Vet2Vet is administered by veterans who themselves have been consumers of VA mental illness services.