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Mar 13, 2020
by: Carrie Larsen
A Message from Recovery Resources about COVID-19

Stakeholders and Friends,

Pertaining to COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and recommendations from public health officials, Recovery Resources is taking action to help slow the spread of this virus with the following steps:

Through March 31st, all Recovery Resources events are cancelled - including our March 26th & 27th Mental Health First Aid Training and March 20th Management & Administrative Aspects of Clinical Supervision training.

Recovery Resources staff will hold our volunteer meetings by video or conference call unless an in-person meeting is required.

Recovery Resources continues to stay in communication with the County regarding COVID-19. Sources of external guidance and/or collaboration include:

· Centers for Disease Control (CDC)

· Ohio Department of Health (ODH)

· Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (OhioMHAS)

· Alcohol, Drug and Mental Health Services Board of Cuyahoga County (ADAMHS Board)

· The MetroHealth System

· Ohio Alliance of Recovery Providers (OARP)

Our staff will continue working and be available to respond promptly to any community needs during this public health crisis. If you are concerned about COVID-19 and want to speak with someone, call the Cuyahoga County warmline at 440-886-5950 (available from 9 am - 1 am daily), or the State of Ohio Coronavirus Hotline: 833-427-5634.

Thank you for your support. Stay healthy!

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