Resources to Recover: A Website for Families is a gateway website that helps families find resources and support for loved ones with mental health concerns. We offer families guidance, support and information on the best practices and providers in recovery-oriented mental health care. Please refer to our Directory of Family-Endorsed Providers for a listing of the best mental health resources in the Northeast region, recommended by you, users of this site, and vetted by our Advisory Group of family members and professionals. Our Mission: Resources to Recover promotes positive lifetime outcomes for people living with mental illness by building on the natural strengths and expertise of families.

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