Online Recovery Resources
The COVID-19 situation can cause extreme anxiety for all of us. This time of uncertainty, we know, will be especially difficult on those who are in early recovery from substance use disorder. This may be exacerbated by being unable to attend group meetings or other recovery supports.
We want all of Rosary Hall’s clients and future patients to know their care options. We are here to support your recovery process.
Ready for detox? Call Rosary Hall at 216.363.2580 and press 4 to speak with a caregiver immediately.
For non-emergency situations, please feel welcome to email us.
NOW AVAILABLE THROUGH ROSARY HALL TELEHEALTH:
- Intake services
- Intensive outpatient program
- Partial hospitalization program
- Individual counseling
- After care group counseling
- Medication-assisted treatment
If you are a current patient interested in telehealth services, please complete this form.
If you are not yet a patient and would like to engage our services, visit our Rosary Hall new patient registration page.
Additional Online Recovery Resources
We are sharing a short list of resources, many of which may be helpful for clients or other people in recovery during the COVID-19 pandemic. We will continue to add to this list. If you come across helpful information specific to populations with substance use, please email us, and we will be happy to update the website.
GENERAL SUBSTANCE USE DISORDER RESOURCES:
- Note: SAMHSA has expanded take-home capacityfor OTPs in light of COVID-19. They have also issued guidance on the exemptions to 42 CFR Part 2 in light of public health emergency, as determined by the provider.
- SAMHSA has shared COVID-19 Guidance for Opioid Treatment Programs. In addition, they have released Tips for Social Distancing, Quarantine, And Isolation.
- ASAM has developed a database of COVID-19 Resourcesincluding information on support groups, telehealth access, and infection mitigation.
- The CDC has shared some information on Mental Health and Coping during COVID-19. They also have information for how emergency responders can take care of themselves.
- The Washington State Health Care Authority released a helpful FAQ on COVID-19 and opioid treatment programs
- National Center for PTSD’s Managing COVID-19 Stress
- Hilary Connery from McLean developed information on Recovery of substance users during Coronavirus outbreak
- Yale has released Guidance for People Who Use Substances on COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus)
- Hazelden Betty Ford has tips for staying connected and safeguarding your recovery individuals going to meetings or considering skipping.
- Lawyers for Civil Rights has shared a tipsheetwith answers to legal questions or concerns related to COVID-19, including medical support, food security, and drivers' licenses.
- Free sober active community The Phoenix is offering free live workout classes.
VIRTUAL SUPPORT MEETINGS:
- Hat tip to Boston Medical Center for this amazing list of virtual recovery meetingsfor every time on every day of the week.
- SMART Recovery Online Community (Chat Rooms, Message Boards, Online Meetings, Online Library)
- Alcoholics Anonymous Intergroup
- Online meetings and resources
- Updates on COVID-19
- A Virtual Awakening
- Closed online AA meeting for women, trans and non-binary people
- Recovery literature, speakers, open discussion
- Sun, Mon, Wed, Fri at 8:30pm EST, Thurs 1:00pm EST
- Recovery Apps
- Sober Grid - App Store
- CHESS Health Has New Free Recovery App, Connections App
- Celebrate Recovery - App Store
- Smart Recovery
- Meeting Guide
- NA Meeting Search
- Recovery Path
- Narcotics Anonymous Online Meetings:
- In The Rooms Online Meetings
- Herren Project
- Recovery Dharma
- Marijuana Anonymous Online Meetings
- MARA (Medication-Assisted Recovery Anonymous) Meetings
- Tuesdays and Thursdays at 11am EST
- Zoom Link: https://zoom.us/j/602750376
- Dial-in: 1-646-876-9923, CODE: 602750376#
- Family Support Meetings
- SAMHSA National Helpline1-800-662-4357
- Information and resources for recovery
- Treatment referrals
- Disaster Distress Helpline: 1-800-985-5990