Forgotten Dad's story:
Learning to trust others
Don't do it alone...
Thriving with a second chance
Getting treatment for your mental health condition is the first of many things you can do for your own recovery. Here are some powerful recovery tools that you can use to take charge of your health. Each tool you employ will take you one step farther toward getting better.
Wellness planning and maintenance makes you aware of how you feel when you are at your strongest, and what you can do to keep it up.
Recovery assistance programs are very practical toolkits that will help you put wellness planning in action, and prepare for those times when you are not well.
When you care for your physical health you are bolstering your mental health as well.
Taking good care of yourself also includes building stronger connections to friends and community.