Patient Resources

Patient Resources

Patient Resources

Community Health Connections is here to care for you and connect you with whatever services you need to live the best life you can.



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Hosting free conference calls for AA meetings at 7am, 12pm, and 5pm, Monday through Saturday. Separate Sunday schedule is on our the website. 

  • Dial in number: 425-436-6360 
  • Access Code: 422932 

A Virtual Awakening 

This is a closed AA meeting for women, non-binary and trans people. We read literature and hear the experience, strength, and hope of a speaker followed by a discussion. 
Virtual meetings are Thursdays at 1pm and Sundays at 8:30pm 
MEETING ID: 828 1132 5611 
PASSWORD: Please email us at: 


  • Narcotics Anonymous World Services (NA): has a website that has a lot of information, resources, and links to help addicts meet online 
  • has lists of meetings in Massachusetts and Rhode Island. This includes COVID-19 information, meetings that are currently closed, virtual/online meetings, and other options/resources. 
  • This service is no longer free but offers streaming 24-7 NA Speakers 
  • has online NA meetings (NOT affiliated with NA World Service) 
Other 12-Step Meetings

Al-Anon and Alateen – there is an announcement about Covid-19 
list of which meetings have been cancelled or are still running here.

Cocaine Anonymous offers online support and services 

Marijuana Anonymous 

Nicotine Anonymous– has many online and telephone meetings, with a list available on the website 

Recovery Speakers: Listen to recovery speakers from many different 12 step groups 

Sober Recovery: provides an online forum for those in recovery and their friends and family. 

Embark Recovery: Daily 12pm & 6 pm in English and 12:30 and 5:30 in Spanish 

Herren Project: Variety of meetings, including Women’s Meeting Tuesdays at 7:30PM 

In the Rooms: online meeting at 9am, 12pm, 3pm, 6pm, 9pm. These are “all recovery” meetings and any pathway or programs are welcome. 

LifeRing Secular Recovery is an organization of people who share practical experiences and sobriety support, and embraces what works for individual. On line meetings offered. 

Lion Rock Recovery: Variety of support groups every day of the week 

Phoenix Gym offers a range of FREE virtual exercise classes (meditation, yoga, CrossFit, etc. for people in recovery. Every 2 hours from 7 am – 9pm

Recovery Dharma has meetings using Buddhist practice 
Reddit Recovery offers a virtual hang out and support during recovery 

Refuge Recovery provides online and virtual support 

SMART Recovery has a wide variety of online resources has a listing of meetings but also a link for online meetings 

SoberCity offers an online support and recovery community 

Sobergrid offers an online platform to help anyone get sober and stay sober 

Soberistas: provides a women-only international online recovery community 

Sober Mommies: online support group for moms in recovery 

The Recovery VillageTeletherapy for addiction and mental health 

WEconnect and Unity Recovery – 4 times daily 7 days a week (9am,12pm,3pm,9pm EST) 
Join directly from computer or smart phone – 

Women for Sobriety: (website) (online meetings) 
Helps women gain hope and encouragement with other women in similar circumstances. Offering tools to a healthier lifestyle. 

SUD Support For Families

Smart Recovery Family 

Learn to Cope 


Helpful Apps

Recovery Apps (download to your smartphone via app store/google play/website) 


Meeting Guide

Is a free mobile app focused on helping people find A.A. meetings and resources near them.  Also included are DAILY REFLECTIONS – a selection of reflections by and for A.A. members.


NA Meeting Search

Is a free mobile app developed to help find an NA meeting. It can use your current location to display the meetings nearest you. Daily JUST FOR TODAY meditations are also bundled in this app.


Recovery Path

Is a free mobile app is designed to allow people to navigate their own path to sustained recovery, share progress with others,  and receive support.

Online Resources to Support Your Recovery

Scan the QR code below to go directly to the type of support you are looking for.


Online AA Meetings


Recovery Dharma Online Meetings


In the Rooms Online Support


Al-Anon Electronic Meeting List


Online Group AA Meetings


Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Website


Virtual Narcotics Anonymous Meetings


Smart Recovery Online


Never Alone Club – 24 Hour Chat and Support


Narcotics Anonymous by Phone


Marijuana Anonymous Online Meetings


Connections App – tools to support early recovery


The Herren Project – Recovery Meetings


AA speaker tape and 12 steps – iPhone App


Smokefree – Tools and Support to Quit Smoking

Facebook Recovery Groups

Search Group And Ask To Join

  • CLEAN AND SOBER  Addiction Recovery Support Group 
  • Daily Reflections AA 
  • Methadone & Buprenorphine Discussion and support 
  • MIPSA-Methadone Information & Patient Support Network 
  • Mommy Group 
  • Recovery Soldiers 
  • Send it! (Recovery Network) 
  • Sober Mommies 
  • Voices To End Addiction & Inspire Recovery 
  • Women in AA 

Hello It’s Me is a Facebook group for families that are pregnant and close to delivery or home with a newborn during COVID-19 

Parenting Journey is creating an emergency fund and families can request a stipend (it’s not required that you have attended any PJ groups, any families in need of assistance are welcome to apply) for those impacted financially by the COVID-19 crisis. 

Parents Helping Parents 
Parental Stress Line (available 24/7): 1-800-632-8188 
Online Support Groups occurring every day but schedule changes week to week 
Check the website for schedule:? 

  • Click this link to join the meeting by computer or smartphone:? 
  • No Computer, Dial in by phone: 1-646-558-8656? then input the meeting id 6607380697# 

National Parent Helpline 
1-855-4APARENT (1-855-427-2736) 

Sober Mommies: online support group for moms in recovery 

Hotlines & Helplines

7cups offers free emotional support. No matter what you are going through you will be heard and cared for. 24/7 chat. 

Local Crisis Hotlines 

  • Northampton CSO 413-586-5555 
  • Greenfield CSO 413-774-5411 
  • Holyoke BHN 413-532-8016 
  • Springfield BHN 413-733-6661 

National Domestic Violence Hotline offers help to people experiencing violence in their home during COVID-19 restrictions. There is a hotline, texting service, and webchat service. 

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 

  • 800-273-8255 

Project Bread’s FoodSource Hotline?provides up-to-date information– in multiple languages – about what is happening in school districts and what resources are available, such as SNAP application assistance, and referrals to open community resources.

  • The FoodSource Hotline can be reached at 1-800-645-8333 or by chat at? 

Samaritans: Helpline remains open 24/7 for calls and texts at 

  • 877-870-4673 

SAMHSA National Helpline 

Food Pantries available during COVID-19 


  • Ginny's Helping Hands 

Address: 52 Mechanic St Leominster, MA 01453 
Phone: 978-537-1387 

Their food pantry is open to the public on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturdays from 10AM-1PM.  

  • Spanish American Center 

Address: 112 Spruce St Leominster, MA 01453 
Phone: Main number: 978-534-3145 
Tamara 978-227-8845 
Maria 978-235-0696 

If clients or people in general need food from their pantry, please call them first and they will have the boxes and items ready for pick up at the door. They will do an intake over the phone and schedule an appointment. They are open Monday and Friday 9AM-12:30PM.  

  • St. Leo's Parish  

Address: 128 Main St Leominster, MA 01453 
Phone: 978-537-7257 

Their food pantry is open to the public on Mondays from 8:30AM-4:30PM.   

  • Catholic Charities 

Address: 196 Mechanic St Leominster, MA 01453 
Phone: 978-840-0696, Available staff: Marcy, Maritza and Antoine 

Their food pantry is open but is by appointment only from 8:30AM-4:00PM. Please call for an appointment. 


  • Highland Baptist Church 

Address: 27 Cedar St Fitchburg, MA 01420 
Phone: 978-342-9646 

Their food pantry is open to the public on the 2nd and 4th Saturday of the month from 9AM-11AM. This is a drive-up service, bring your ID and they will go up to your car and serve you.  

  • Salvation Army 

Address: 739 Water St Fitchburg, MA 01420 
Phone: 978-342-3300 

Their food pantry is open to the public Monday-Friday from 9:30-11AM. Please drive through, beep your horn and they will leave a bag/box on a table (this table is disinfected between pick-ups). Bring photo-id.  

  • Our Father's House 

Address: 40 Boutelle Street Fitchburg, MA 01420 
Phone: 978 345-2256 

Their food pantry is open to the public on Wednesday from 4PM-6PM. Bring proof of address. 


  • Gardner Community Action Committee 

Address: 294 Pleasant St Gardner, MA 01440 
Phone: 978-632-8700 

Their food pantry is open to the public from Monday-Thursday from 10AM-1PM. This is a drive-up service, contactless.  


  • Winchendon Community Action Council 

Address: 273 Central St Winchendon, Ma 01475 
Phone: 978-297-1667 
Monday - Thursday 9:00am - 1:00pm  


  • First Congregational Church UCC 

Address: 138 Main St, Westminster, MA 01473 
Phone: (978) 874-2350 

Open on Thursdays from 6:30PM-7:30PM Drive-up only. 


  • Lunenburg Lions Club 

Address: 655 Mass Ave Lunenburg, MA 01462 
Phone: 978-660-8074 

Their food pantry is open to Lunenburg residents by appointment only, please call the number above and schedule an appointment. 


  • Centro 

Address: 176 Tacoma Street, Worcester, MA - 01605 
Address: 11 Sycamore Street, Worcester, MA - 01605 
Phone: 508-798-1900 

Tacoma St location is open to the public on Tuesday from 8:30AM-1PM, bring photo ID. 
Sycamore St location is open to the public on Monday and Wednesday from 9AM-11AM. 

*They have a member fully dressed in protective suit that selects the food and gives to the individuals.