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Mar 13, 2017
by: Annamarie Campisi
What it's like to be a Social Worker at Recovery Resources
Feb 14, 2017
by: Annamarie Campisi
My second chance
Associate Board Member Monina Wagner who shares her inspirational story and for raising 60% of her fundraising goal.

TAGS: Events Website
Jan 5, 2017
by: Annamarie Campisi
Malachi House, United Way ease the struggles of illness: Good News Giving

Congratulations to our colleagues in managing our behavioral and integrated health services and thanks to United Way for their support!   

TAGS: Website
Nov 1, 2016
by: Annamarie Campisi
Honoring Bill Denihan: Patrick Gannon
In 1974 Pat Gannon, Former Chairman of the Ohio Commission headed out for vacation, but got an unexpected call for Chief Bill Denihan that changed his career.

Oct 25, 2016
by: Annamarie Campisi
Honoring Bill Denihan: Dick Clough
In honor of Chief William M. Denihan as this year’s Bronze Key recipient, we have had the pleasure to speak with a number of people he has worked with throughout his years of public service. We caught up Dick Clough, who met Bill back in the 80s.
Oct 25, 2016
by: Annamarie Campisi
Bronze Key: Win a Windians experience!
The Indians are in the World Series! Whoot! Whoot!
Oct 25, 2016
by: Annamarie Campisi
Honoring Bill Denihan: Rev. Benjamin Gohlstin
“He is a fair man, a just man”…these are a few words Rev. Benjamin F. Gohlstin says describes this year’s Bronze Key recipient, Chief Bill Denihan, who he has known for 20 years.
Oct 20, 2016
by: Annamarie Campisi
Heroin Hits Home
We need to understand this epidemic affecting our community. Join us for a panel discussion.
Oct 19, 2016
by: Annamarie Campisi
House Passes Mental Health First Aid Act
Early this month the House chamber unanimously approved the Mental Health First Aid Act of 2015. This legislation authorizes grants for mental health and substance use awareness training to law enforcement, first responders, teachers, and other individuals that work with youth.

Oct 12, 2016
by: Annamarie Campisi
ACTING OUT! Three-Day Arts Fest for Mental Health
Cleveland, September 14, 2016 – Artist Derek Hess is proud to announce, ACTING OUT!, a three day arts fest for mental health awareness happening in the Gordon Square Arts District of Cleveland, Ohio, Wednesday, October 19, 2016 through Friday, October 21, 2016.
Oct 10, 2016
by: Annamarie Campisi
Board Member, Brian Kaufman shares his journey : 10 years of Sobriety!
This Monday, October 10th,I will be celebrating 10 years of sobriety; a lot has changed over that ten years. 

Sep 21, 2016
by: Annamarie Campisi
Congratulations Karen Hutchings! Awarded LPCC License
Recovery Resources is pleased to inform everyone that Karen Hutchings, Team Leader at the Lakewood office, has been awarded her independent counseling license (LPCC), effective September 14th!
Sep 8, 2016
by: Annamarie Campisi
Bronze Key: A community embracing recovery
The work done at Recovery Resources has never been more crucial. The importance of a community embracing recovery and hope cannot be overstated.

TAGS: Events Website
Aug 25, 2016
by: Annamarie Campisi
4th Annual Run for Recovery photos & videos
It was a bright, sunny, humid morning at the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo. The sound of women, men and children talking, and laughing could be heard echoing throughout the Zoo. Volunteers and staff from Recovery Resources were gearing up for the 4th Annual Run for Recovery activities.
TAGS: Events Website

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Apr 3, 2017 by Ashley Hartman
There is a great need to integrate problem gambling into alcohol and drug programs. The following story highlights this need.
Mar 30, 2017 by Ashley Hartman
It is estimated that one person throughout the world dies by suicide every 40 seconds (World Health Organization, 2002). The National Council on Problem Gambling, citing various studies, reports that one in five pathological gamblers attempts suicide, a rate higher than for any other addictive disorder. Through community awareness and available resources we can make a change in this devestating issue.