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When support groups are canceled: Staying in substance use recovery during COVID-19

Independent Tribune — March 27, 2020
Staying in recovery from drug or alcohol use can be challenging even in the best of times. Now, it can be even harder due to the added restrictions and other stress caused by COVID-19.

That’s especially true if in-person support groups such as Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous or Al-Anon are canceled. Many face-to-face therapy sessions and social events also have been canceled to help slow the spread of the illness through our communities.

In this article, Cardinal Innovations' Lakeisha McCormick, Community Operations Manager for the Southern Region, offers tips for staying in substance use recovery during COVID-19.

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