Sept. 29 Session Wraps Up National Recovery Awareness Month

Individuals recovering from a mental illness or addiction are celebrating their success and hard work during September, which is National Recovery Awareness Month. For many, it has been a long process involving deep emotional difficulties. But with the help of medical and Behavioral Health professionals, millions of Americans have recovered.

On September 29, the Being Well Starting Now online discussion group will explore the issues surrounding recovery from both mental illness and substance use disorders. 

The session begins at noon on Zoom and is free for anyone to attend. Everyone will be encouraged to participate in the conversation, with the help of a moderator who is also a mental health counselor. Participants will be encouraged to maintain confidentiality to allow everyone to take part fully.

Being Well Starting Now  is a safe space for people to talk about what is on their minds, how they are feeling, and how they are coping – but in a virtual environment that keeps everyone safe during the pandemic.

For more information about the series, or to register for the session, visit https://www.spbh.org/being-well-starting-now/.

flyer for sept. 29 being well event

About Starting Point

Starting Point Behavioral Healthcare provides mental health and substance abuse treatment services to children, teens and adults in Northeast Florida and Southeast Georgia. The non-profit agency serves more than 2,800 individuals each year and has been serving the region for more than 25 years. Starting Point is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). For more information, visit spbh.org.