Telephone Recovery Support

Recovery Support



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Telephone Recovery Support connects you with a peer in recovery by phone on a weekly basis.

Through this program, you can receive a weekly peer support phone call from our trained staff and volunteers. You can share how your recovery is progressing and get connected with recovery resources!

  • Telephone Recovery Support is completely free and confidential
  • All calls are made from the MRC offices, Monday to Friday between 9 am and 6 pm.
  • Contact is by phone only, if you need in-person peer support or resource navigation please contact Minnesota Recovery Connection and ask for a Recovery Navigator (612-584-4158 OR
  • Calls are made by staff and volunteers with at least six months of recovery experience as a person in recovery or recovery ally, who have completed our 6-hour training.
  • At any time, you can discontinue receiving weekly support phone calls by informing MRC.
  • MRC discontinues providing you weekly support phone calls after 3 consecutive months of no contact. You can contact us at any time to resume your Telephone Recovery Support services!
  1. Complete and submit this online Telephone Recovery Support Sign-Up form.
  2. If you do not have access to a phone yet, please indicate on the form when you will become available to receive peer support calls from MRC.
  3. After submitting your consent form, a staff member or volunteer will call you for a 10-minute intake process. We will make up to 3 attempts (1 call per week) to complete an intake process with you. After completing the intake process with MRC, you will receive a weekly peer support call starting the following week

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