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Recovery Support During Covid-19

Lunder-Dineen supports healthcare leaders and caregivers during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Lunder-Dineen supports those facing substance abuse recovery during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Featured Video Segments - Recovery in a Post-COVID 19 World: A Discussion on the Challenges, Options, and Resources

Lunder-Dineen’s Denise O’Connell talked with Pat Kimball, LADC, CCS, on the challenges faced by individuals in recovery from substance abuse during the COVID-19 pandemic. These videos explore resources available for those in recovery, those contemplating recovery, and health professionals in need of support.

Part 1

Meet Pat Kimball, Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor and Advisor to the Time to Ask Committee.

Part 2

Meet Pat Kimball, Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor and Advisor to the Time to Ask Committee

Part 3

Did you know about all the community agencies in Maine that support basic needs, mental health services, and recovery? In this Part 3 of our interview with Pat Kimball, she discusses the best way to get connected: 2-1-1, BARN, Portland Recovery Center, and Peer Recovery Centers.

Part 4

If you or someone you know are a frontline health care worker or alcohol and drug counselor in need of support, there are resources available for you. In Part 4 of our interview, Pat Kimball reminds us of the importance of self-care.

Links and Resources

Recovery Resources

Portland Recovery Community Center
Text your zipcode to 898-211
Resources for parents and Caregivers
Partnership for Drug-Free Kids
Covid-19 Resources from Faces & Voices of Recovery
National Institute on Mental Health

Crisis Help

Support For Healthcare Workers

Basic Needs

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