Wellness and Recovery

Road to Recovery

In the Spotlight

  • Network of Care links consumers to services, support groups, and personal advocacy resources in their communities
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  • Facing Us: Your Online Home for Wellness
    Join the Facing Us Clubhouse and experience interactive recovery on the web! Create an online journal or wellness plan, share recovery tips and quotes, design and print your own crisis plan, or share recovery stories, art work, tips and quotes. This site is provided by the Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA).
  • Health Information for Persons who are Deaf, Deaf-Blind and Hard of Hearing
    This website seeks to provide reliable health care information, including behavioral health care information, to people who are deaf, deaf-blind, and head or hearing, in a format that is accessible to all.
  • Mental Health Recovery
    A website on mental health recovery and the Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP), representing the work of Mary Ellen Copeland.
  • National Empowerment Center
    A website including recent evidence and strategies for recovery, from the National Empowerment Center.
  • Network of Care for Behavioral Health
    This is an individualized mental health resource web site that allows people to use Internet technology to find pertinent behavioral health information; identify available services, supports, and community resources; and keep personal records on secure computer servers. This online community provides critical tools such as links to services, a resource library, legislative information, insurance, and support and advocacy. It ensures that those navigating the behavioral health service system, those working to avoid the need for formal services, and those ready to transition out of the system can find the information they need.
  • Pennsylvania Recovery and Resiliency
    This web site is a one-stop resource for transformation activities in Pennsylvania and was developed as part of OMHSAS’ efforts to fully support the opportunity for recovery for all who are served by the public mental health system.
  • Pennsylvania Department of Health’s Health and Human Services Resource Guide
    This website provides information and resources on health services related to education, prevention, treatment and research for all Pennsylvanians.
  • SAMHSA Recovery Month
    The Recovery Month website, maintained by the federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, aims to promote substance abuse recovery. Recovery Month is celebrated in September.
  • Sleep Better 2 Live Better
    This program explores sleep–why you need it, why you may not be getting enough of it and how to get the balance right again.