September 29, 2016

Recovery Organizations and Resources

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Ascent – Addiction Recovery

Culturally Competent Mental Health and Addiction Resources

Live Another Day
Support for BIPOC Parents
AAPI (American Asian and Pacific Islander) community
A Guide for Addressing the Loneliness Epidemic
T.R.U.E Addiction and Behavioral Health

David A. Frenz, MD Specializing in Addiction Medicine

Medication-Assisted Treatment 101 Q & A
Demystifying Suboxone

Embrace Family Recovery

Faces and Voices of Recovery (FAVOR) 

Grief & Trauma Chaplaincy

Hope and Joy Store

Mother and Daughter Encourage Dialogue about Addiction

Mayflower Addiction Resources & Support (MARS)

Minnesota’s searchable database of mental health and substance use disorder treatment programs.

Minnesota Recovery Connection (MRC) 

Missouri Network for Opiate Reform and Recovery

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) 

National Institute on Drug Abuse 

Non 12 Step Recovery

Minnesota Alternatives

Practical Recovery

Inspire Malibu

Nora Volkow, MD. “Addiction and the Brain’s Pleasure Pathway: Beyond Willpower.” 2015

Our Young Addicts

OYA Resource Guide

Resurrection Recovery

Rise2Recovery – A Podcast Presented by Ascent

Steve Rummler Hope Foundation

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMSHA) 

Vaping Information

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