Optum® is committed to helping people access behavioral health care and treatment needed to reach recovery. There are people ready and available to assist. Reaching out for help is the first step.
Below is a list of websites that offer information on local recovery support resources available to individuals and families affected by opioid use disorder and other substance use issues.
LiveAndWorkWell.com offers answers to frequently asked questions about substance use disorders and treatment.
Faces & Voices of Recovery organizes and mobilizes over 23 million Americans in substance use disorder recovery, as well as families, friends and allies, into recovery community organizations and networks. Together they promote advocacy, education and resources to support long-term recovery.
Young People in Recovery focuses on supporting young people in recovery through education, employment and advocacy. Their website offers links to local chapters across the country that help individuals in early recovery access affordable housing, continuing education and employment resources.
Personal Empowerment Kits provide tools for the whole family, to help achieve recovery and resiliency.
Building Your Way to Wellness Plan is available for those who want to develop a recovery plan that can help them achieve their recovery goals.
Just Diagnosed videos feature people who have undergone substance use treatment and are in recovery, as well as an expert psychiatrist who talks about what to expect.