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Free online support groups

If you aren't located in one of the states we're currently able to serve or you aren't ready to engage in our treatment program, we offer free online support groups that we'd love for you to join. Click below to register for the group you would like to attend and we will send you details about how to connect. We hope to see you soon!

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We offer free virtual support groups for:

  • Individuals who identify as Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC)
  • Individuals who identify on the LGBTQI+ Spectrum
  • Individuals currently using opioids, alcohol, cigarettes and other drugs
  • Individuals in recovery from opioids, alcohol, cigarettes and other drugs
  • Family and loved ones of people with addiction
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Support Groups for individuals who identify as Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC)

Renewing minds, changing the conversation. We welcome you to Eleanor Health’s support group for Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC). We are in the midst of the largest civil rights movement in our history. In this space, you will have the opportunity to share your own experiences, hear from others, and to receive support from other people of color. Let’s work together to learn skills that help us continue to balance life during these trying times.

Every Tuesday from 4pm-5pm ET

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Support Groups for individuals who identify on the LGBTQI+ spectrum

We know that members of the LGBTQI+ community are disproportionately affected by substance abuse, often a result of discrimination and societal prejudice. This can lead to anxiety, depression, stress, and using alcohol, cigarettes, or other drugs as a way to cope. Often, it is hard to find a safe place to get support. Our LGBTQI+ support group is led by and for adult members of the LGBTQI+ community in recovery to share strategies, successes, and struggles.

Individuals in recovery: Every Tuesday from 4pm-5pm ET

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Individuals using alcohol, cigarettes, or other drugs: Every Friday from 3pm-4pm ET

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Support Groups for individuals in recovery

Free online support groups for individuals in recovery. Eleanor Health provides compassionate, comprehensive addiction treatment for opioids, alcohol, and other substances. Same day appointments are available virtually and in-person.

Every Wednesday from 4-5pm ET

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Support Groups for individuals actively using opioids, alcohol, and other substances

Free online support groups for individuals actively using opioids, alcohol, and other substances. Eleanor Health provides compassionate, comprehensive addiction treatment for opioid, alcohol, and other substances. Same-day appointments available virtually and in-person.

Every Wednesday from 3pm-4pm ET

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Support Groups for loved ones and family of individuals with addiction

Having a loved one with addiction can be stressful and isolating. We know COVID-19 social distancing has made this even more stressful and more isolating. This group is for loved ones and support systems of people dealing with addiction. We will use this time to connect with one another and share strategies for supporting your loved ones with addiction, while also ensuring adequate support is in place for yourself.

Every Wednesday from 3pm-4pm ET

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resources & information

Featured support resources Explore our blog

  • Addiction & recovery
  • July 20, 2020

How to Reduce the Guilt, Shame, and Stigma of Addiction

  • Addiction & recovery
  • November 5, 2020

Language Matters: Focused on Addiction

  • Addiction & recovery
  • January 19, 2020

How do I know if I have a problem with alcohol?

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We know reaching out can be hard. Call today to speak with one of our recovery specialists. We will listen, learn, and offer support – without judgment. We welcome every person in need of support.