www.rtor.org is a free online service that helps families and individuals affected by mental health concerns connect with expert treatment and services. Through this website, individuals and families can contact a Resource Specialist by phone or email for personalized help with a problem, obtain information about best practices, or consult the Directory of Family-Endorsed Providers for recommendations on vetted programs and practitioners.
September 2020 was the biggest month yet for rtor.org. Last month, 90,913 unique visitors visited our website, and 250 families and individuals who reached out to us for help and received free personalized assistance and support from one of our Resource Specialists.
The availability of these services is made possible by Laurel House, Inc., the sponsor of rtor.org.
Laurel House, Inc., is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization that provides mental health recovery and support services to adults throughout Fairfield County, Connecticut. Its mission is to help individuals and families achieve and sustain mental health to lead fulfilling lives.
For more information about Resources to Recovery/rtor.org and Laurel House, their services, and program outcomes for the Fiscal Year 2020, please refer to the infographic below.
Recommended for You
- Connecticut Mother Who Lost a Son to Overdose Shares Her Story and Hosts Wilton Fundraiser to Benefit Laurel House - November 9, 2022
- Laurel House Offers $10,000 Racial Equity Scholarship for a Black or Hispanic Student Pursuing a Master’s of Social Work Degree - June 8, 2022
- Deep Thoughts on the Origin, History, and Experience of Anxiety - October 26, 2021