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The Washington Times | With teens at risk of substance use disorder, activists see need for more recovery high schools

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Oxford Houses Offer Both Recovery Benefits & Cost Savings

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A Descriptive Look at the Mission, Obstacles, & Strategies Used by the Operators of Recovery Residencies

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Outpatient Treatment & Recovery Residences: How Do Clients Do Over Time When The Services Are Offered Together?

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An Agenda for Recovery Residence Stakeholders in the 21st Century

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Harvard Gazette | Revising the language of addiction

Interview

Exclusive Interview with Dr. Warren Bickel, Head of the International Quit & Recovery Registry (IQRR)

Organizational Highlights

Organization Highlight: JED

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Videos

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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May 22, 2017

Pathways to Recovery: Dr. John Kelly, Ph.D. at the ‘From Research to Recovery’ Town Hall

Dr. Kelly talks about the many different pathways to recovery.

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May 23, 2017

Addiction 101: 5 Things About Addiction with Dr. Bruce Liese

The 5 Things Series contains footage of Recovery Research Institute interviews with international experts in addiction treatment and recovery.

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