Resources To Help You Reach Your Recovery Goals

What is Narcan and how can you get it?

What is Narcan (naloxone) and how can you get it?

How to spot signs of a possible opioid overdose, use Narcan, and get it for free. Narcan is one of the best tools we have for preventing opioid overdoses. If you or a loved one is at risk of opioid overdose, keeping Narcan on hand can save someone’s life.  Here’s what you need to know

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7 free harm reduction tools and resources for support

Whether you’re using drugs or trying not to, these free tools can help you stay safer. Groups Recover Together is a leading provider of treatment and medication for opioid use disorder (MOUD). At Groups, we inform our approach with the principles of harm reduction. Harm reduction is “a set of practical strategies and ideas” that

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Suboxone 101: Everything you need to know about buprenorphine-naloxone

Everything you need to know about Suboxone (buprenorphine-naloxone), the “gold standard” medication for opioid use disorder. Suboxone (buprenorphine-naloxone) is a “gold standard” medication for opioid use disorder (MOUD). Like methadone, it eases withdrawal symptoms and cravings—reducing the dependence on opioids and supporting long-term recovery. However, Suboxone has fewer side effects and safety concerns than methadone.

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How to create a new routine in early recovery

Routine can be an important part of recovering from addiction, especially while you’re in the early stages. It “creates stability and ultimately develops a sense of security,” explains Groups Member Access Clinical Supervisor Melanie Hayden MSEd, LADAC II. Routine also helps occupy your time. “Routines allow you to know what is going to happen ahead

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7 ways to manage mental health in early recovery

Many people with substance use disorders also have mental health issues. These issues may feel bigger and more overwhelming when substances aren’t in the picture. That’s why taking extra care of your mental health is even more important in the early days of recovery. So, what can you do to stay on top of your

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Required for Members: Annual consent forms at Groups

Annual consent forms are required by law for all healthcare organizations. They help organizations make sure the people they support understand and give permission for treatment.  Here’s what you need to know about the process this year at Groups. What are the annual consent forms?  Every year, all members must review and sign a packet

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