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RECOVERYlibrary by Pat Deegan
From $5/month

WHAT'S IN IT?

Resources, videos and articles on the
lived-experience of recovery & wellness.

  • Over 1,500 Resources
  • New Content Added Weekly
  • NO Advertising
  • Content You Can Trust
  • Download & Print Content
  • Favorite & Comment
WHO IS IT FOR?

Individuals in recovery and our
friends, family, and supporters.

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HOW DO I USE IT?
  • To Run Groups

    Tools to help members learn wellness strategies.

  • Decision Support

    Increase individual involvement in making choices for treatment and recovery.

  • Inservice Trainings

    Mix and match content on your intranet for staff orientation.

  • Shared Decision Making

    Easily access information to support collaboration.

  • Classroom Learning

    Use recovery videos to inspire the next generation of clinicians.

  • For Understanding

    To help individuals, families, and friends develop compassion for the lived experience of recovery.

TESTIMONIALS
Peggy

The Whole Health section focuses on eating well, exercise, smoking cessation, health information and a favorite of mine, sleep. In one spot through a few clicks of a mouse you can access very handy topics and tools…

Peggy Swarbrick, PhD, OT, CPRP, FAOTA
Collaborative Support Programs of New Jersey
Bob

Recovery Library is another brilliant product from Pat Deegan. It allows people to quickly access accurate and useful information on conditions and interventions — information that is selected by advocates, not guild organizations, industry, or researchers.

Robert E. Drake, PhD, MD
Director of the Dartmouth Psychiatric Research Center
Roy

At the Mental Health Center of Denver, we plan to make this available to the people we serve and training the recovery workforce.

Roy Starks, MA
Mental Health Center of Denver
Megan

Recovery Library has been a joy to implement…a treasure chest of information that is, well, really totally awesome!

Megan Eyet
Psychiatric Rehabilitation Practitioner
Maryellen

My hope is that when people are having a hard time, they will turn to WRAP, and now to the Recovery Library as well.

Mary Ellen Copeland, PhD
Founder of the Copeland Center for Wellness and Recovery
Carol

As always, Pat’s message is universal and profound, and is woven throughout this wonderful library.

Carol Bianco
Director of Technical Assistance Advocates for Human Potential, Inc