Georgia's Peer Support, Wellness, and Respite Centers have moved our wellness activities online to support Georgians through the Coronavirus public health crisis. We hope you will join us, as we make our plans to stay well together.

Monday April 6
10am-11am The New Normal peer-led mutual support group with Pam

1pm-2pm Peer Connections Lyrical Expressions with Shanna
2:30pm-3:30pm Double Trouble in Recovery with Chris D

Tuesday April 7
10am-11am The New Normal peer-led mutual support group with Mariam

1pm-2pm Peer Connections with Raye

2:30pm-3:30pm Y'All Recovery All Recovery with Bill

Wednesday 8
10am-11am The New Normal peer-led mutual support group with Angela

1pm-2pm Peer Connections Yoga with Pam

2:30pm-3:30pm Double Trouble in Recovery with Chris D

Thursday April 9
10am-11am The New Normal peer-led mutual support group with Megan

1pm-2pm Peer Connections Creative Writing with Roslind

2:30pm-3:30pm  Y'All Recovery All Recovery with Bill

Friday April 10
10am-11am RESPECT Institute Graduation

1pm-2pm Peer Connections with TaTa-Nisha
2:30pm-3:30pm Double Trouble in Recovery with Chris D

Call in: 664-655-88656

Meeting ID: 341 153 3354

Wellness Activities and Resources (see our External Resources page for traditional resources)

Georgia Recovery Resources Online Google doc maintained by Jake at Recovery Resources of Atlanta Midtown
In The Rooms
 online mutual support including (but not limited to) mental health and Twelve Step meetings
Brene Brown
has lots of resources online that are helpful to many recovery and wellness journeys
LGBTQ 12-Step meetings are online from the Galano Club in Atlanta
Yoga with Adriene excellent free yoga instruction on YouTube
Fitness Blender has over 500 home workout videos on YouTube, from beginner to guru, no equipment required
Coweta Force
 has some great online recovery and wellness sources 

Fun, Educational, and/or Just Nifty Things to Do Online

Learn to Cook with Julia Child (requires PBS or Amazon Prime Membership)

Watch a Live Puppet Show with Atlanta's Center for Puppetry Arts (Zoom)
Livestream a Concert from this diverse list (updated regularly by NPR)
Watch a Broadway Show from this Playbill compilation (from different subscription services)
Watch Live Improv from Dad's Garage
 an Atlanta staple of fun (can be adult-themed)
Learn to Recognize (or make!) 50 bird sounds because that might be helpful one day!
Virtual Tour of the Super-Creepy Winchester House is fascinating and filled with nuggets of history (through April 7)
Virtual Tour of the Catacombs of Paris (also creepy but in a different way)
Bake Some Fancy Pastries since all our bakeries are closed, now's a great time to learn
The Beluga Webcam at the Georgia Aquarium is a lovely and meditative experience
The Panda Cam at the Atlanta Zoo is less meditative, but it is nice to see someone who enjoys eating

The National Museum of Natural History has multiple virtual tours, so a little something for everyone
The Virtual Tours of Yellowstone National Park  are awesome, but the whole National Park website is packed with cool stuff
This List of 79 Comedians to Discover is based on comedians we already like, and has links to where we can watch them
The Metropolitan Opera is streaming its performances for free 
10 Free Online College Art Courses that you take at your own pace
The New York Times has created a new "At Home" section with interesting/fun things to do while we stay-at-home
HBO is offering free 500 hours of some excellent series (like "The Sopranos") with their #StayHomeBoxOffice campaign
Nikon is offering its online camera courses for free (normally $50 each) through April
PBS is streaming the Ken Burns documentary "Baseball" online through April

There is tons of art online, most of it can be found at Google Arts&Culture. Some highlights:

The Louvre is online
The British Museum has an incredibly nifty interactive history of art across the world
The Metropolitan Museum of Art is online (sort of)
The Whitney has an astonishing variety of performances and interviews online  (also, art)

Mauritshuis, home of "The Goldfinch" and "The Girl with a Pearl Earring" has its entire collection online in super-high definition

Do you have a suggestion for an activity to add to this page? Please email it to

Online Wellness Resources


Tel 404-687-9487

Toll Free 800-297-6146
Peer2Peer Warm Line 888-945-1414
Fax 404-687-0772


Georgia Mental Health Consumer Network

1990 Lakeside Parkway, Suite 100

Tucker, Georgia 30084

Funding for many of the programs and initiatives of the Georgia Mental Health Consumer Network is provided by Georgia's Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities. Learn about how DBHDD serves Georgia at their website.

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