Reality House provides culturally appropriate substance use and HIV treatment and prevention services to New Yorkers living mainly in Harlem, Washington Heights, and the South Bronx.
Treatment and Recovery Support Services
These organizations include peer-to-peer organizations, mutual support groups, and counseling services that offer support to individuals recovering from mental and substance use disorders.
The Recover Project is a community opened to all concerned with alcohol and drug dependency. It exists to foster recovery and empower individuals, families, and the greater community of Franklin County.
Recovering Your Body promotes the awareness of the benefits of fitness, nutrition, athletics, and energy healing in the recovery process through a website, articles, and videos.
Recovery Advocates of America offers options and support to increase the likelihood of sustained sobriety. Its services are designed to meet the needs of anyone affected by chemical dependency: families in crisis, individuals transitioning from one level of care to the next, those who are at risk for relapse, and adults struggling to maintain their sobriety.
Recovery Alliance of Austin strengthens the recovery community by providing educational opportunities and support services. Its goal is to unify the recovery community by using the spirit of collaboration as its guide.
Recovery Connection is a comprehensive dependency treatment resource and drug rehabilitation referral service. The organization has staff across the country available 24 hours a day to answer all concerns about substance use, dependency treatment, and rehabilitation.
Recovery Friendly Taos works to support recovery from substance use disorders in Taos County.
REAL Michigan is committed to organizing and mobilizing Michigan citizens in long-term recovery from dependence on alcohol and other drugs, our families, friends, and allies. The organization works to change public perceptions of recovery, promotes effective public policy in Lansing and in all 83 counties in Michigan, and demonstrates that recovery is working for millions of Americans.
Initiated in September 2008 to coincide with the celebration of Recovery Month, RecoveryNC allows North Carolinians in recovery to work together, along with their families, friends, advocates, and the treatment and recovery provider community.
Rehab Programs helps find the right rehab program for those suffering from drug and alcohol dependency.