Online Recovery Support
We are a group of parents working together, sharing experiences and unified in advocacy. We work collaboratively to effect change in the public perception of substance use disorder in order to advance the understanding that addiction is a brain disease which should be treated as such both medically and judicially
With the app, you can:
- Track your sobriety.
- Access e-therapy to learn new recovery skills.
- Connect with trained counselors and peers through messaging.
- Access clinical support available
7 days a week from 9 a.m.–10 p.m. EST.
- Track your treatment plan and set reminders.
- Journal daily about your journey.
- Discover helpful videos, testimonials, and more through the unique resource library.
The OIAA Directory features 1,000+ online AA meetings worldwide; featuring various formats such as video, telephone conferences, email or chat and in many languages. Browse our directory for the next available meeting or search to find a meeting that speaks to you.
Pennsylvania has one of the highest overdose rates in America. This reported podcast, from Pennsylvania public media, explores many angles of the crisis from pharmaceutical lawsuits to recovery groups to family loss. You can find it on iTunes, Spotify, or wherever you like to listen.
Meetings will be held online the first and third Wednesdays of each month from 6-7 p.m. To register, contact Adriana Blanco-Enyart at ABBlanco@columbus.gov or 614.852.7912. 16 participants max.
Produced by two women who have lost brothers to overdose, season one of this reported podcast explores the many factors affecting our country’s addiction crisis. It’s honest, it’s heartbreaking, but it’s hopeful — even funny at times … just like grief. You can find it on iTunes, Spotify, or wherever you like to listen.
Mental Health America of Ohio Support Groups
Most of these support group meetings have moved to a virtual format that can be accessed by landline, smartphone, or website. The best way to stay updated on meetings, dates, times, and registration instructions found on events calendar.
- Families In Touch Support Group (with Riverside Behavioral Health) – for caregivers of adults with mental illness
- Depression Support Group (with Riverside Behavioral Health)
- OCD (GOALS) Support Group
- Bipolar Disorder Peer Support Group
- Certified Peer Recovery Supporters (PRSs) Group – for both certified PRSs and those pursuing certification
- Anxiety Peer Support Group
- Voices Worth Hearing Support Groups – for people with psychotic spectrum disorders
- POEM Maternal Mental Health Support Groups
- RISE for Black and African-American Moms
- NICU Moms Support Meeting
- Peer Recovery Supporters Group*
Those interested in attending a meeting should sign up in calendar of events and register sign-up and complete the brief form.
You will receive an email confirmation from Zoom, which will include the access information for that specific meeting only.
*The Peer Recovery Supporters Group is currently meeting online the first and third Mondays of every month from 7-8 p.m.
Zoom Meeting Questions: Contact Maureen Traverse at 614.221.1441 x115 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about the group and MHAOhio’s other peer recovery support programming.
Created by three fathers whose children are living with substance use disorders, this podcast follows the style of a support group meeting with parents sharing on a variety of topics with honesty and heart. You can find it on iTunes, Spotify, or wherever you like to listen.
Narcotics Anonymous (NA)
This is a listing of online meetings provided by Narcotics Anonymous (NA).
This is an uplifting podcast from friend-of-Shatterproof Lisa Smith and Tawny Lara, who are both in recovery, though each has followed a different path to get there. The topics they cover range from relationships to social media to LGBTQ+ concerns — all through the lens of the recovery experience. You can find it on iTunes, Spotify, or wherever you like to listen.