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

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Research

Perspectives on alcohol addiction have shifted over the past century, but has this translated into better engagement with care?

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How might dialectical behavior therapy work for individuals with addictive behaviors?

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Life after detox: Can medication and residential treatment for opioid use disorder reduce risk of death?

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High dose baclofen shows some promise in reducing high-risk alcohol use among primary care patients, but more research is needed

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Do pregnant women with opioid use disorder receive the standard of care while incarcerated?

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Getting work while working out: The potential benefits of a vocational fitness program added to residential SUD treatment

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Do you work if “you work it”? Employment status in a nationally representative sample of U.S. individuals who have resolved a significant substance problem

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A menu of options: Extended release versions of opioid use disorder medications may increase uptake and decrease stigma

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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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