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News & Resources

Suboxone versus Vivitrol
Research

Suboxone vs. Vivitrol: A Head-to-Head Comparison

Using medical terminology to describe addiction
Research

Retooling Our Comparisons of Addiction to Other Illnesses

Buprenorphine Treatment Dissemination Disparities Persist
Research

Buprenorphine Treatment Dissemination Disparities Persist

Stress & Relapse from Drug Use Disorder - addiction - stressful life events
Research

The Role of Stressful Events in Drug Use Disorder Relapse

ADDICTION RECOVERY & BENEFITS OF EXERCISE
Research

Exercise is Good for You, but Can it Help You Stop Drinking?

Neuroscience - Addiction - Brain Recovery from Cocaine Use Disorder
Research

What Happens to the Brain During Recovery from Cocaine Use Disorder?

TEENS AND MEDICATION ASSISTED TREATMENTS FOR ADDICTION
Research

Do Kids Receive Medication for Opioid Use Disorder?

LEGAL ISSUES FACING PATIENTS IN ADDICTION RECOVERY
Research

Addressing Legal Problems in Addiction Treatment

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Videos

Nov 10, 2017

National Recovery Study | Dr. John F. Kelly | Multiple Pathways to Recovery Conference 2017

Dr. John Kelly shares exciting new data and findings from the National Recovery Study at the 2017 Multiple Pathways to Recovery Conference. This is the 1st-ever study to obtain a nationally representative sample of individuals in recovery.

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Nov 15, 2017

RecoveryAnswers.org in 30 Seconds | Addiction Treatment & Recovery

Got questions about addiction treatment, and recovery? Recoveranswers.org from the Recovery Research Institute at the provides independent science-based information on all aspects of addiction and the recovery process.

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Apr 26, 2017

SAMSHA Treatment & Recovery: Research to Practice

Using SAMHSA’s best practice findings, this webcast addresses the key elements to consider in addiction recovery and discusses their importance when seeking help.

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