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Resources to Recover

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Resources to Recover: Placing individuals and their loved ones at the center of mental health care

rtor.org is a gateway to mental health resources. We offer a free online service that helps people connect with expert treatment and support. Contact a Resource Specialist Now for free personalized help, support, and referrals to mental health providers in your community.

Our Latest Blogs

Bridging the Gap: The Role of Therapy in Addressing Teen Mental Health

Adolescence is marked by rapid development, not just physically but emotionally and mentally. As teens navigate [...]

Why Games Celebrating Cultural Diversity Matter More Than Ever Now

Gaming has always been a popular pastime, but with the advancement of technology, it’s now one [...]

Finding Purpose Living with Treatment-Resistant Mental Health Conditions

Living with a mental health disorder is hard enough. It can seem like a never-ending pursuit [...]

How to Protect Children from the Negative Influence of Drugs and Alcohol Use on Social Media

Social media has consumed the lives of millions of children and teens. It has shaped their [...]

Beyond the Selfie: A Guide to Authentic Mental Health Advocacy on Social Media

Social media gives us a wonderful opportunity to share our personal stories. Unfortunately, far too often, [...]

How I Beat Depression with ACT: A Therapist’s Story

There was a time when getting out of bed felt like lifting a mountain. My mind [...]

An Extra Loud Mind: The Intersection of Anxiety and ADHD as Co-occurring Disorders

Living with co-occurring anxiety and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) can feel like a never-ending uphill climb. Having [...]

Understanding ADHD and Gender: A Comprehensive Study on Gender-Specific Comorbidities and Care

As a psychotherapist, I have always been fascinated by the intricate psychiatric landscape accompanying attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder [...]

Laurel House, Inc., and rtor.org are accepting applications for the 3rd Annual $10,000 Social Work Racial Equity Scholarship.
Online applications for the 2023/2024 school year may be submitted from 3/15/24 to 5/15/24.
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