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Recovery Resources

Since January 2008, Recovery Alliance of El Paso is proud to publish and distribute the "Recovery Resource Guide" to all of El Paso and surrounding communities.

Currently in its fourth printing, the Resource Guide is a comprehensive compilation of alcohol and drug-related recovery services for El Paso County, including (but not limited to):

  • Listings for Alternative Housing and Transitional Living
  • 12-Step and Faith-based Recovery Resources (English and Spanish)
  • Social and Family Services
  • Services for Women and Children
  • Health and Educational Services
  • Information Directories

Our goal is to ensure that this INVALUABLE publication is readily available to EVERYONE in the community - obtainable through every hospital and healthcare provider, social service organization, school guidance counselor, government and law-enforcement agencies, clergy and faith-based entities.*

"Recovery Resource Guide" on sale now!: $4.95/copy
(Bulk discounts and non-profit rates are happily granted.)

CALL THE RECOVERY ALLIANCE OFFICE FOR MORE INFORMATION
915-594-7000
Or send us your email from the "Talk to Us" link!!!

Available Resources

Resource available for download: El Paso Summary Report ROSC focus groups

Recovery Resource Guide

Since January 2008, Recovery Alliance of El Paso is proud to publish and distribute the "Recovery Resource Guide" to all of El Paso and surrounding communities. Currently in its fourth printing, the Resource Guide is a comprehensive compilation of alcohol and drug-related recovery services for El Paso County, including (but not limited to): • Listings for Alternative Housing and Transitional Living • 12-Step and Faith-based Recovery Resources (English and Spanish) • Social and Family Services • Services for Women and Children • Health and Educational Services • Information Directories Our goal is to ensure that this INVALUABLE publication is readily available to EVERYONE in the community - obtainable through every hospital and healthcare provider, social service organization, school guidance counselor, government and law-enforcement agencies, clergy and faith-based entities.*

Faces & Voices Guide to Mutual Aid Resources

Find out about the growing number and scope of volunteer recovery mutual aid groups. This one-stop resource is for people in or seeking recovery from addiction, their families and friends and for addiction treatment service providers and other allied service professionals. Numerous research studies have shown that mutual aid groups play a significant role in the process of recovery. Here you can learn about the many varieties of online and in-person mutual aid groups that are helping people find and sustain their recovery from addiction to alcohol and other drugs.