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At the Recovery Research Institute (RRI), we present the evidence about addiction treatment and recovery.

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Research

Can a popular measure of impulsivity be used to understand recovery?

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Combining skills training with peer support and mentoring improves outcomes for people with co-occurring psychosis and substance use disorder

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Capitalizing on the window of opportunity: Shorter wait times associated with increased linkage to buprenorphine treatment

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Strength in numbers: Brief, group-delivered motivational interviewing shows promise among veterans in outpatient substance use disorder treatment

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Is there a “social cure”? Family and friends matter for recovery capital

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Study of recovery community organization participants over time shows peer-based recovery support activities are associated with modest improvement in recovery capital

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Who is most likely to try nicotine replacement therapy while in addiction treatment?

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Disentangling the impact of alcohol and co-occurring psychological and medical disorders on quality of life

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Videos

Mar 11, 2020

Does Alcoholics Anonymous Work? Scientific Review From Dr. John Kelly and the RRI

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Jul 11, 2019

Broken Brain Podcast: Putting out the Fires of Addiction with Dr. John Kelly

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