Bridges to Recovery In-Person and Virtual Discussions

As part of Glenbeigh's response to the limitations placed on social interaction, we are hosting a series of online Bridges to Recovery events. Join Glenbeigh's Alumni Coordinator for online recovery support with other people in the recovery community. These virtual sessions are free and open to the entire recovery community. Connect for any or all of the following topics, by linking through You may sign up to receive texts by sending the word "Glenbeigh" to 81411 from your mobile device. Texting fees may apply.

The following topics are being offered this week.

Individuals are responsible for controlling their level of anonymity through their personal device settings. 

The evidence supporting the benefits of physical activity on mood, cognition and overall mental health is undeniable. Many in recovery find that adding physical activity enhances their program of recovery. Some in recovery view it as an integral part of their journey.
Text the word ACTIVE to 81411
This will get you signed up to receive text alerts about upcoming ACTIVE events.

Womens Meeting
Monday, October 18 at 7:30 PM (Eastern)

If you'd like to attend this meeting please send an email to and we will add you to the email list.

"Being of Service"
Wednesday 10/20 7:30pm (Eastern)

Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 824 5630 7803

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Live, In-person Mens Meeting
Thursday 10/21 at 7:00pm (eastern) 

We meet every other Thursday @ The Glenbeigh Outpatient Center of Beachwood.
If you'd like to attend this meeting, please send an email to

Friday Night Live
Friday 10/22 at 7:30pm (eastern)

Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 852 2822 3769

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Due to unpredictable COVID outbreaks, Glenbeigh continues to offer virtual Bridges to Recovery events for anyone in recovery or who supports someone in recovery. Live, In-Person meetings are limited in size to meet social distancing standards.  There is no charge to participate any Bridges to Recovery or Music and Message events. 

Questions?  Contact Pawley Bornstein, Glenbeigh's Alumni Coordinator at