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Restoring Mental Health

Taking care of your mental and emotional health may mean changing how you approach relationships with others – and with yourself. Self-care is an important part of your recovery. These learning tracks can help you find ways to be kind and patient with yourself.

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Learning Tracks

Improving Self Esteem

Learn to use tools which can support you or others in improving self esteem.

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Effective Communication

Learn more about effective (and ineffective) communication. Learn how effective communication can help support your recovery and healing.

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Harm Reduction

Learn about harm reduction, identify small steps of change, and track your progress.

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Healthy Relationships

Learn what makes a relationship healthy, how to communicate with friends and loved ones, and how to stay safe in a relationship.

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My Personal Medicine

Learn more about how to use Personal Medicine in your life and recovery.

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My Power Statement

Learn more about how to use Power Statements in your life and recovery.

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Self Advocacy

Learn more about how you can use a Power Statement for self-advocacy outside the medication clinic, and how you can support others in developing this type of Power Statement.

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Taming Negative Thinking

Learn how to challenge negative thinking, hear success stories and find strategies that support you in overcoming negative thoughts.

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Amerigroup contracts with Pat Deegan and CommonGround, a separate company, to provide this program to members.

Learn more about Pat Deegan’s work in behavioral health at
www.patdeegan.com