Recovery supports help people who are being treated for addiction and their families. These tools are part of ongoing care and important for long-term health and wellness.
Recovery supports are personalized and cover four key areas – health, home, purpose and community. These supports may include programs, services, and support from family and friends.
Recovery supports are not a replacement for medical treatment. They are tools to help people rebuild their lives after addiction, achieve their goals and prevent a relapse.
TO FIND PROVIDERS IN CONNECTICUT’S COMMUNITY RESOURCES DATABASE:
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SOURCES: Connecticut Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services; U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
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CONTENT LAST REVIEWED: November 2019