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The future depends on new ways of tackling addictions, alcoholism and mental health challenges. It begins with recovery, a way to be healthy again, live the life you choose and reach your full potential.

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March is Problem Gambling Awareness Month. If you know someone with a gambling problem, we can help.

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Celebrating 60 years!

Recovery Resources is celebrating its 60th year in 2015. To find out how you can be a part of excitement and help us carry out our mission, email or call 216-431-4131 x2501.


With your help, we can change the way the world thinks about addictions, alcoholism and mental health. Join us in envisioning a better world and in making it true for our most vulnerable citizens.

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Prevention and treatment work. People recover. By working together, we can improve outcomes, address many social issues, save taxpayers a great deal and prevent unnecessary human suffering.

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Please note: our Old Brooklyn location on Pearl Road is open and operating on our normal schedule.

Recovery Resources is one of the most well-established, fiscally sound, comprehensive and forward-thinking providers of behavioral healthcare in Cuyahoga County. We provide a broad continuum of care: Education and Prevention, Outpatient Treatment and Supportive Services.

As a nonprofit, community healthcare organization, we are dedicated to considering the whole person. Our goals include educating to prevent issues from arising, meeting challenges with a wide range of outpatient treatment options and supportive services that help restore long-term wellness.

Approximately 13,000 people a year seek help at one of our locations. In 2014, a new, larger location opened in Old Brooklyn that will help us integrate physical and behavioral healthcare. We help anyone in need, and have a focus on these special populations: people living with HIV/AIDS, older Adults, women and families, re-entry and people living with gambling disorder. Our mental health services include psychiatric care, individual and group counseling, dual diagnoses care, and case management.

Our 2013 Annual Report will give you an overall view of the agency.

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  • Gambling Problem?

    Fact: Problem gamblers are more 20 times more likely to attempt suicide and twice as likely to face bankruptcy. If you need help or aren’t sure about it, find out more now. Read more or visit

  • Mental Health First Aid

    With 1 in 4  experiencing mental illness in their lifetime, you're much more likely to encounter someone in a mental health crisis than someone having a heart attack. Learn how to help with this groundbreaking public education program.

  • Training Institute

    We are your source for NEW, high quality, and affordable behavioral health trainings, always with a practical slant and grounded in today’s best practices. See the list of trainings and plan to attend today!

  • Excessive alcohol consumption is associated with approximately 75,000 deaths every year.

    Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

  • 23.1 million people need treatment for illicit substance or alcohol abuse — 9.1% of all Americans aged 12 or older.

    Coalition Against Drug Abuse

  • An estimated 26.2 percent of Americans ages 18 and older — about 1 in 4 adults — suffer from a diagnosable mental disorder in a given year.

    National Institute of Mental Health

  • 9% of Americans needing treatment for substance abuse are receiving it, leaving 20.5 million people still in need.

    Coalition Against Drug Abuse

  • 73% of U.S. Citizens who are problem gamblers have also had a drinking disorder.

  • 17.9 million people in the U.S. have alcohol dependence or abuse problems. That’s 7% of the population.

    Coalition Against Drug Abuse

Monday, March 16, 2015
Recovery Resources is the Community Partner for A Royal Hangover
When you think of British culture, chances are “they drink a lot” will come to mind. A ROYAL HANGOVER is an eye-opener of a documentary that examines the binge drinking culture of Great Britain: when, where, and why it started; how it compares to other cultures; and how it can be slowed. Including interviews with scientists and doctors looking to bring awareness, members of parliament trying to legislate, and people suffering with alcoholism, A ROYAL HANGOVER is a sobering look at a plague that has dominated the British for centuries—and what it may take to find a solution. Along with actor and recovering addict Russell Brand, we see the director’s uncle who consumes two bottles of whiskey a day. He is honest when discussing his disease, heartbreaking when sharing his chances of getting better, and unforgettable when providing a personification of alcohol’s grip on British culture. This film doesn’t try to preach or blame, but it does attempt to turn the focus on finding ways to a new future. – T.W.
Thursday, February 19, 2015
Pamela Gill Named New President and Chief Executive Officer
Recovery Resources, for 60 years a leading provider in Northeast Ohio helping people triumph over mental illness, alcoholism, drug and other addictions, has named Pamela Gill as its next president and chief executive officer.
Tuesday, December 02, 2014
Lisa's Story
This video, titled “Lisa’s Story,” details the path through addiction of a Recovery Resource client.

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