About RockingRecovery.org

RockingRecovery.org was officially launched as a community resource on May 1st, 2019. A date which also celebrated the 70th anniversary of Mental Health Awareness Month in the United States. The most visited section of this site is the CT RESOURCE LINKS page where we have hundreds of programs and services for people in Connecticut who need help.

This website is made up of over 190 pages and has taken over 1,100 hours of work to get to where we are now. This site was created and is maintained by peers in recovery. Our goal is to build a place where peers and providers can come for information, education, and inspiration.

This site is being used by more than a dozen agencies around Connecticut. The resource pages have become a useful tool to help their clients get connected to outside services that improve the quality of their lives. We hope this will be picked up by more providers in the area and it can bring more help to those who need it.

One thing that should be noted, Ripple can not take all of the credit for creating this resource. We must thank all of those who came forward and shared their stories with us. It is through our conversations with you that has allowed this site to come so far so fast. From creating and adding resources, to getting advice on the font easiest to read for people with visual impairment, we draw our inspiration from you. Keep those suggestions coming, we can’t do this without you.


If you have any questions, comments or ideas on how we can improve please feel free to contact our webmaster Here.

A note from the webmaster:

RockingRecovery.org is a lot like a person’s recovery journey; it does not happen all at once, and at some points, it won’t go exactly as planned. We will hit obstacles and have setbacks, but with enough time, we will see our way clear and be able to move forward. It is our goal to create the most useful site possible for our community and peers. We will be continuously adding to the CT Resource Links section and expect that it, just like recovery itself, will always be a work in progress. Thank you for visiting. We hope you come again soon!

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