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How Well Do Web-Based Interventions Work & For Whom?

Policy Update

April 2017 Addiction Policy Update

Organizational Highlights

Organization Highlight: Phoenix Multisport

Press Releases

Teen Vogue & The Recovery Research Institute Team Up to Tackle the Opioid Epidemic in 2 New Articles


Incentivizing Long-term Recovery Through Practice & Policy

Press Releases

Remove the Barriers to Addiction Recovery


Quality of Life in Former Problem Drinkers: Abstinence Versus Non-abstinence


Good Idea? Bad Idea? Integrating Family Planning & Substance Use Disorder Treatment Services



Apr 26, 2017

SAMSHA Treatment & Recovery: Research to Practice

This SAMSHA webcast discusses considerations individuals and families should consider when looking for treatment and recovery services. Incorporating some common denominators and age specific factors into an individual’s treatment plan, helps achieve the best outcome. Featuring RRI Director Dr. John F. Kelly and using SAMHSA’s best practice findings, the webcast addresses the key elements to consider and discusses their importance when seeking help.

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Apr 6, 2017

Understanding Addiction: Overview with Sarah Wakeman

Understanding Addiction: part of the Opioid Use Disorder Education Program (OUDEP) from HMS Global Academy. Enroll now: globalacademy.hms.harvard.edu

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Next: Harvard Professor John Kelly: Positi...

Apr 26, 2017

Harvard Professor John Kelly: Positive Language Change

Lots of awesome knowledge by Professor John Kelly of Harvard Medical School. Let us start by changing the language related to addiction, we know enough now to know it will make a huge difference.

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