Opi­oid Use Recov­ery Toolkit

Recov­ery is pos­si­ble. Recov­ery is a process of change through which indi­vid­u­als improve their health and well­ness, live a self-direct­ed life, and strive to reach their full poten­tial. This recov­ery resource page seeks to help peo­ple with liv­ing with opi­oid and/​or oth­er co-occur­ring men­tal health disorders.

Each person’s recov­ery expe­ri­ence will be as unique as their fin­ger­print. Below are resources to help you access out what sup­port you need. Resources are cost-free and avail­able on YouTube, phone apps, web forums, in-per­son meet­ings and oth­er formats. 

Look­ing for more? Vis­it Recov­er Togeth­er with Google or the CPYD Coali­tion Recov­ery Resource Guide.

Fund­ing pro­vid­ed in whole or in part to the Ken­neth Young Cen­ter through a State Opi­oid Response (SOR) grant (T1081699) to the Illi­nois Depart­ment of Human Ser­vices, Divi­sion of Sub­stance Use Pre­ven­tion and Recov­ery (IDHS/SUPR) from the US Depart­ment of Health and Human Ser­vices, Sub­stance Abuse and Men­tal Health Ser­vices (NHS/SAMHSA) and the Office of Ado­les­cent Health (OAH).

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of us will expe­ri­ence some form of men­tal ill­ness in our lifetime

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No one who achieves suc­cess does so with­out the help of oth­ers. The wise and con­fi­dent acknowl­edge this help with gratitude.

—Alfred North Whitehead