May 14, 2020 – Maintaining strong, personal connections is vital for students in recovery from substance abuse addictions and mental health issues. But in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis, maintaining those face-to-face connections becomes challenging.
It’s why River Oak Center – a school in a public-private relationship with Duval County Public Schools – is using creative solutions to keep students virtually connected to teachers, therapists, and group sessions. River Oak Center is state’s first and only recovery high school, and has provided recovery support services for over 125 students.
To learn more about River Oak Center and how the school supports students with substance use and addiction disorders, you can reach out by one of the following methods: