Building capacity for pathways to recovery.
We are curating resource data from all communities to assist those seeking pathways to recovery.
Many challenges face those addressing mental health and substance use problems. There still exists a profound level of misunderstanding and shame when it comes time to ask for help and guidance.
The Recovery Resource Hub is a national initiative from Transforming Youth Recovery—a non-profit organization dedicated to the advancement of research-based recovery support services.
The resource hub application provides direct access to one of the largest database systems in the United States. Deployed in 2017, researchers rely on the database to help them collect and classify the diverse types of resources that can assist those seeking pathways to recovery.
National census activities are being undertaken to inform recovery science research and strengthen the continuity and coordination of care in all communities.
We are partnering with national associations to conduct national census activities aimed at enhancing resource data reporting. The goal is to strengthen public awareness and education on support programs and services available within communities and at educational institutions.
Of importance is our ability to view both national and local landscapes for care and support. This allows us to see the critically important points-of-entry for those looking to obtain personal well-being goals and join a legion of people in stable and rewarding recovery.
We invite program coordinators, administrators, healthcare professionals, and community-based organizations to actively participate and help advance the sophistication of data we are bridging to search engines and open applications.
Metro-Community asset maps offer geographic views of our resource database with specific attention to local recovery support services and organizations.
Our team leverages the discipline of community asset mapping in every aspect of our data and information gathering work. Our goal is to help metropolitan areas and local communities collect, organize, and share their recovery support resource information—in a reliable and structured manner.
When assembling metro-community views, we draw from our national database and add resource information that is curated from local knowledge to create a rich asset inventory for those seeking care and support.
Communities, organizations, and groups can submit resources to assist those seeking pathways to recovery.
This is the big idea—getting everyone to map the programs, services, and groups that they and others are finding helpful and useful on a pathway to recovery and wellness.
If everyone shares the resources in their community, it can make it easier for others to find the key to their recovery—across the country.
Lookup and verify the information we have for your resource to ensure accuracy and to be informed of reporting activities.
You can use our lookup tool to review record details and request any changes or updates to published resources.
Begin by selecting review tool to lookup your organization, program, service, or group by name. You can use the form on the record review page to submit any necessary updates.
If no results are found, you will be invited to submit your resource for publication. A support team member will review your change request and notify you when updates have been completed.