Resources- Support Group Meetings

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In addition to this workbook and other publications. Recovery International offers several ways to participate in support group meetings to practice giving examples and using your tools. Most support group meetings are open for those 18 and older. Watch for new schedules for youth under 18. To find a meeting near you or see schedules of the various types of meetings, visit our website:

Community Meetings

Weekly meetings are held in communities throughout the country run by trained peer leaders who will assist you in learning how to spot and give examples. Affiliates in Canada and Ireland also offer meetings abroad.

Telephone Meetings

Weekly telephone meetings are available for people who cannot attend community meetings, or who wish to supplement their other meetings. Newcomer training is required to practice the method and learn telephone meeting protocol, and then you will be able to participate in an assigned meeting.

Online Meetings

Online meetings offer the benefit of attending from your own home, and allow for interaction with the leader and other participants through screen sharing of readings and spots.

Chat Meetings

Chat meetings enable you to post examples and spot on others’ examples through moderated yet informal chat format postings.

Facebook Meetings Page

This closed group page allows you to post examples and spot on others’ examples 24/7 in a moderated setting.

You can find more information and meeting schedules on our website at We invite you to seek out a group meeting near you, or consider Leader Training to open a meeting in your community!

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Additional Resources

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NAMI National

Dedicated to building better lives for those affected by mental illness.
Call: 800-950-NAMI
Or in a crisis, text "NAMI" to 741741

Brain XP

Network of young people battling mental health challenges.

Now Matters Now Stories

Tips and advice from young people who've been there.

The Trevor Project

Specializing in supporting the LGBTQI+ community.
Call 866-488-7386
Or Text "START" to 678678

Bring Change 2 Mind

Encourages dialogue about mental health to end stigma, with a focus on high school programs.