Routes to Recovery, our guide to local and online resources for those needing services related to substance abuse as well as the professionals and loved ones providing support, has found a new home at routestorecovery.org. While we’ve discontinued support of the Routes to Recovery app on iOS and Android, the new website version hosts all of the same content and still features smart device compatibility, and we will continue to develop the website for the foreseeable future.
CEFLS has created a mobile app** and a resource booklet to help people connect with local and online resources related to substance abuse. Individuals seeking services, as well as the loved ones and professionals supporting them will find helpful information on addiction and mental health services, housing, transportation, and more. The booklets will be available at local libraries in the tri-county area. (The booklet and mobile app were produced in association with Substance Abuse Prevention and Recovery of Clinton County …[CLICK TO READ MORE]
“Libraries have long been committed to building health, thriving communities, but they are now seeing and increased need to create and build strategic partnerships and expand relationships with the larger community.” – WebJunction Special Populations | Education | Community Partners | Financial Literacy |Job Seekers The CEFLS Outreach Department coordinates funds from the New York State Library to extend library services to special populations. From people who are visually impaired to those who are geographically isolated, we offer solutions and …[CLICK TO READ MORE]
We’ve put together some useful resources for people concerned about addiction. You’ll find information on where to get help locally, quality books, websites, videos and resources for teens and families. This is an important topic and we hope you’ll share it with as many people as possible!