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Recovery Resources employs experts on addiction and mental health services. We are constantly updating our knowledge base regarding the most recent “fad” drugs and various addiction epidemics threatening Northeast Ohio.

Information, resources or interviews on these or related topics are available to any of our media partners. To arrange, please contact one of the individuals below.

Media Contacts

Diane Tomer, Director of Development and Marketing
216-431-4131 x2501

Feb, 11 2021
Recovery Resources is pleased to announce that Christine Benner Wiskochil will serve as the new Associate Board chair effective January 1, 2021. Benner Wiskochil, who is a Financial Advisor at Robert W. Baird & Co., has served as a Recovery Resources’ Associate Board member since 2015.
Jul, 26 2017
According to the Cuyahoga County Medical Examiner's Office the number of confirmed overdoses in 2016 is 666. The medical examiner expects that number to increase.

To represent, remember, and honor those whose lives were lost, Recovery Resources is launching “Stories of Loss, Hope & Recovery.”
Jan, 9 2017
Thank you to The NPR Group for including Recovery Resources in your employee video highlighting your 100% employee participation to United Way – Wow! Read more.
Jan, 5 2017

Congratulations to our colleagues in managing our behavioral and integrated health services and thanks to United Way for their support! Read Sundays PD article
Mar, 16 2015
When you think of British culture, chances are “they drink a lot” will come to mind. A ROYAL HANGOVER is an eye-opener of a documentary that examines the binge drinking culture of Great Britain: when, where, and why it started; how it compares to other cultures; and how it can be slowed. Including interviews with scientists and doctors looking to bring awareness, members of parliament trying to legislate, and people suffering with alcoholism, A ROYAL HANGOVER is a sobering look at a plague that has dominated the British for centuries—and what it may take to find a solution. Along with actor and recovering addict Russell Brand, we see the director’s uncle who consumes two bottles of whiskey a day. He is honest when discussing his disease, heartbreaking when sharing his chances of getting better, and unforgettable when providing a personification of alcohol’s grip on British culture. This film doesn’t try to preach or blame, but it does attempt to turn the focus on finding ways to a new future. – T.W.
Feb, 19 2015
Recovery Resources, for 60 years a leading provider in Northeast Ohio helping people triumph over mental illness, alcoholism, drug and other addictions, has named Pamela Gill as its next president and chief executive officer.
Jul, 17 2014

Recovery Resources will host its 2nd Annual Run for Recovery 5K run and 1-Mile Walk on Saturday, August 30, at Progressive Field, to kick-off of Recovery Month, which is in September.

Jun, 26 2014

The Old Brooklyn location will be the central location for psychiatry, vocational and housing services, also available at a smaller scale at the Chester Avenue and Lakewood locations.

Dec, 19 2013
Lorain state representative pushes to almost double the amount allowed alcohol in beer.
Nov, 9 2013

Questions on Affordable Care Act get answered at a Cleveland health event hosted by Mayor Jackson.