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Asymptomatic Transmission Of Addiction

Asymptomatic Transmission Of Addiction

Asymptomatic Transmission Of Addiction Asymptomatic Transmission Of Addiction  : The Recovery Antidote In the midst of the present coronavirus pandemic, one hears regular reports of people who exhibit no symptoms of COVID-19, but who are capable of spreading the coronavirus infection to others. Asymptomatic (presymptomatic) carriers pose a major obstacle to public health responses to …

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a private rehab

A PRIVATE REHAB

A PRIVATE REHAB – WHEN THE TIDE GOES OUT A Private Rehab – When The Tide Goes Out World-famous private investor and the fourth wealthiest person on the planet Warren Buffet once said, “Only when the tide goes out do you discover who’s been swimming naked”. Buffet was referring to the idea that when conditions …

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need more recovery custodians

NEED MORE RECOVERY CUSTODIANS

need more recovery custodians We need more recovery custodians and fewer recovery rock stars. Definition of Custodian – a person who has responsibility for or looks after something. We are in a critical stage of the recovery movement in America, and we need to think carefully on what direction we go as a community and …

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the digitalisation of recovery

DIGITALISATION OF RECOVERY

Digitalisation of recovery The digitalisation of recovery: supporting those left behind. Recent essays in this series predicted the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on the future of addiction recovery and celebrated the resilience of communities of recoveryas they transitioned from face-to-face to online recovery support meetings. This brief article calls attention to those potentially left …

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Latest posts and stories

Latest posts and stories For more information on our latest posts please contact.. Latest posts and stories Latest posts and stories For more information on our latest posts please contact..  Launch Youth… Read More Random Recovery Reflections Random Recovery Reflections Some random thoughts excerpted from my journals during my recent blogging hiatus…. Read More Sheltering …

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Random Recovery Reflections

Random Recovery Reflections

Some random thoughts excerpted from my journals during my recent blogging hiatus. On Weak Recovery Definitions: At its central core, addiction recovery is a radically altered relationship between an individual and the psychoactive drugs that once dominated their life. Any definition of recovery that does not reference a change in that relationship fails on multiple …

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COVID-19 and Addiction Recovery

People in addiction recovery possess multiple vulnerabilities as they face the personal challenges of the novel coronavirus pandemic. Compared to the general population, they are older and have higher rates of co-occurring health conditions. Those in early recovery may have limited capacities for coping with the emotional, relational, and financial distress imposed by the pandemic. …

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Victoria's new drug rules could turn painkiller addicts into heroin users:

Victoria’s new drug rules could turn painkiller addicts into heroin users: experts

Karen Moore’s death, according to a coroner, was both predictable and preventable. ABC news: When the 49-year-old was found unconscious at her regional Victorian home in 2010, it was the second time in a week — and the eighth time in two years — she’d ended up in the emergency room after overdosing on prescription …

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