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RiteLife Support Groups are here for you! Anytime you are in need you can come here tos ee what we have available. If there’s something here you dont see you can still contac us for support and resources that we have available.
Learn how to budget, create a resume, how to shop for food within a budget, clean your living space, socialize, etc.
A grief support group for people who have lost a child
A grief Support group for persons who lost a loved one from an overdose.
The only desire for membership is to have healthy and loving relationships.
12-Step Support Group
12- Step Support Group
Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP) is a simple and powerful process for creating the life and wellness you want. With WRAP, you can:
The WRAP process supports you to identify the tools that keep you well and creating action plans to put them into practice in your everyday life. All along the way, WRAP helps you incorporate key recovery concepts and wellness tools into your plans and your life.
A Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP) service helps individuals develop and implement a personalized plan for managing their mental health and achieving their personal goals.
A WRAP service typically involves working with a trained WRAP facilitator or mental health professional who provides guidance, support, and resources to help the individual create their own WRAP plan.
The facilitator may provide information on the key components of a WRAP plan, such as developing a wellness toolbox, identifying triggers and early warning signs, creating action plans, and developing a daily maintenance plan. They may also provide support and feedback as the individual implements their WRAP plan and make necessary adjustments over time.
A WRAP service can be provided as part of a mental health program or as a standalone service, and it can be used in conjunction with other forms of support, such as therapy, medication, and peer support, to help individuals manage their mental health and achieve their personal goals.
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LGBTQ activities and support group
Project Assistance to Transition from Homelessness (PATH) is a federal program in the United States that provides funding and support to local organizations and communities working to end homelessness.
PATH provides a range of services and resources designed to help homeless individuals and families find and maintain stable housing, as well as address the underlying causes of homelessness, such as poverty, lack of affordable housing, and health and mental health issues.
PATH provides funding for a wide range of activities, including outreach and engagement, assessment and planning, case management, job training, and employment services, health and mental health services, and permanent housing.
PATH also places a strong emphasis on creating partnerships and coordinating services among government agencies, non-profit organizations, and community-based organizations to ensure a comprehensive and effective response to homelessness.
The goal of PATH is to end homelessness by providing homeless individuals and families with the services and support they need to secure and maintain stable housing and improve their overall health and well-being. PATH is part of the broader Continuum of Care (CoC) program, which is a federal initiative aimed at ending homelessness through a coordinated, community-wide response.
In summary, Project Assistance to Transition from Homelessness (PATH) is a federal program in the US that provides funding and support to local organizations and communities working to end homelessness. PATH provides a range of services and resources designed to help homeless individuals and families find and maintain stable housing and address the underlying causes of homelessness.
Medicated Assisted Recovery Anonymous (MARA) groups are peer-led support groups designed to provide a safe and supportive environment for individuals in recovery from opioid use disorder or other substance abuse issues who are utilizing medications such as methadone, buprenorphine, or naltrexone to support their recovery.
MARA groups are based on the principles of 12-step recovery programs, such as Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous, and provide a community-based approach to recovery that emphasizes the importance of peer support and mutual aid.
Participants in MARA groups share their experiences, challenges, and successes in recovery and offer each other encouragement and support in navigating the complexities of medication-assisted recovery.
The goal of MARA groups is to promote recovery, reduce stigma and discrimination, and provide a supportive community for individuals in recovery who are using medications to support their recovery.
MARA groups are typically free and open to anyone seeking support for their recovery from opioid use disorder or other substance abuse issues, regardless of their specific medication regimen or stage of recovery.
In summary, Medicated Assisted Recovery Anonymous (MARA) groups are peer-led support groups designed to provide a safe and supportive environment for individuals in recovery from opioid use disorder or other substance abuse issues who are utilizing medications to support their recovery. MARA groups are based on the principles of 12-step recovery programs and emphasize the importance of peer support and mutual aid.
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