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         Addiction And Recovery:     more books (107)
  1. The Twelve-Step Facilitation Handbook: A Systematic Approach to Early Recovery from Alcoholism and Addiction by Joseph Nowinski, Stuart Baker, 1998-01
  2. Addiction Recovery Tools: A Practical Handbook
  3. Self-Recovery: Treating Addictions Using Transcendental Meditation and Maharishi Ayur-Veda by David F O'Connell, Charles N Alexander, 1995-03-08
  4. Caught in the Net: How to Recognize the Signs of Internet Addiction--and a Winning Strategy for Recovery by Kimberly S. Young, 1998-02-27
  5. Drunkard's Progress: Narratives of Addiction, Despair, and Recovery
  6. Recovery Zone, Vol. 1: Making Changes that Last - The Internal Tasks by Patrick J. Carnes, Ph.D., 2009-11-29
  7. The Twelve Steps And Dual Disorders: A Framework Of Recovery For Those Of Us With Addiction & An Emotional Or Psychiatric Illness by Pat Samples, Tim Hamilton, 1994-04-29
  8. Moments of Clarity: Voices from the Front Lines of Addiction and Recovery by Christopher Kennedy Lawford, 2010-02-01
  9. Group Psychotherapy and Recovery from Addiction: Carrying the Message by Jeffrey D. Roth, 2004-06-29
  10. Full Recovery: Creating a Personal Action Plan for Life Beyond Sobriety by Brian McAlister, 2010-09-01
  11. The Healing Rosary: Rosary Meditations for Those in Recovery from Alcoholism and Addiction by Mike D., 1998-09
  12. Charting Women's Journeys: From Addiction to Recovery (Critical Perspectives on Crime and Inequality) by Judith Grant, 2008-03-13
  13. The Soul of Recovery: Uncovering the Spiritual Dimension in the Treatment of Addictions by Christopher D. Ringwald, 2002-06-13
  14. Addiction, Progression & Recovery: Understanding the Stages of Change on the Addiction Recovery Learning Curve by Dale Kesten, 2004-04-30

81. Friends Of Recovery New Hampshire
Our goal is to eliminate the stigma of addiction through education and the recognition of the social and economic contributions of recovering people.
Mission Statement: Friends of Recovery, New Hampshire, is a statewide grassroots alliance of individuals who support recovery. Our goal is to eliminate the stigma of addiction through education and the recognition of the social and economic contributions of recovering people. Our purpose is to initiate change in legislation and resource allocation, raise awareness through public acknowledgment, and promote support by sharing experiences of recovering people, their families and friends. Primary goals are:
  • Reduce the number of people suffering from chemical addiction by advocating for adequate alcohol and other drug treatment and prevention resources.
    To reduce the stigma associated with chemical dependency by providing education to the general public and policy makers. Educational activities will be designed to increase public knowledge and understanding of chemical addiction, to reduce the stigma of chemical dependency, and to provide information on the effectiveness of addiction recovery.
    To develop a formal voice for clients, former clients, family members and communities by putting a face on recovery and by establishing an ongoing dialogue with government and private funding agencies, providers of services, policy makers and the general public.
  • 82. Addiction Recovery Guide : Your Internet Guide To Recovery
    recovery resources for drug and alcohol addiction including evaluation, 12 Step and other programs, treatment locators, residential treatment centers, and holistic approaches.
    HOME CONTACT US Featured Treatments Naltrexone
    Self Evaluation


    Addiction Institute of NY
    Creative Arts Therapy

    updated every two weeks Active Forum Topics Pain Pills:
    Withdrawing At Home

    Cocaine: I Just Want To Stop!!
    Heroin: Subutex, Heroin And Benzos updated weekly Recommended Reading A Million Little Pieces
    James Frey My Name Is Bill
    Susan Cheever The Addiction Recovery Guide assists individuals struggling with drug addiction and alcoholism find help that best suits their needs. From evaluation to residential treatment, we have selected a range of outstanding programs and resources. To seek online support from others in recovery, visit our free message board Cravings can be significantly reduced by new medications , amino acids and other holistic approaches such as meditation . Because psychological illnesses and traumas often underlie addiction, treatment by

    83. Open Minds Alcohol And Drug Rehabilitation Programme
    addiction recovery programme designed to meet the needs of those seeking abstinencebased treatment for alcoholism and drug dependency.
    OPEN MINDS OPENING MINDS TO CHANGE The Open Minds addiction recovery programme is designed to meet the needs of those seeking abstinence-based treatment for alcoholism and drug dependency. The phases of treatment range from the pre-detoxification services through to extended rehabilitation and back to work schedules. For clients needing residential treatment we offer a comfortable supported housing facility in order to provide full time care and supervision. Dependent on assessment and available client support, access is available to all the phases of treatment on an outpatient basis. The intensive treatment programme is delivered at the Open Minds centre, situated on the campus of the West Cheshire College of Further Education in the City of Chester.
    Open Minds are able to support clients during their detoxification or their reduction programme. This is in preparation for engagement with Open Minds abstinence based treatment.
    A supported community-based detoxification can be facilitated in accordance with client needs and following an assessment process.
    Family therapy
    The whole family can be affected by the addiction of one member. Support and education for family members is offered by Open Minds and can be accessed before, during and after the addicted member enters treatment.

    84. Welcome To Palmetto
    Facility provides residential and outpatient therapy for treatment of alcoholism, drug addiction, substance abuse, chemical dependence, gambling addiction, and sexual addiction.

    85. Drug Rehabilitation, Detoxification, Addiction Recovery, Drug Abuse, Detox Cente
    Specializes in personalized overnight detoxification from prescription opiates including Vicodin, Methadone, Oxycontin and heroin. Located in Manhattan and Westchester County.
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    Do you need advanced, effective detoxification procedures to help you with your drug addiction? Addiction Recovery Institute wants to help. We have a variety of comprehensive detox programs to pull you away from addiction to opiates and other substances of abuse. We can help you get on the road to recovery and regain control of your life!
    We want to give our patients a clean start with our Overnight Opiate Detoxification services. For a limited time, we are offering our specialized services for $6,800. Our detoxification procedures significantly reduce the pain and discomfort typically associated with withdrawal from heroin and other opiates. Click here to learn more about Overnight Opiate Detoxification from Heroin and Opiates and to find out if it is the right method for you.
    ARI Introduces New Medical Director
    experience with drug addiction and detox methods.
    About ARI
    ARI's Mission
    Addiction Recovery Institute
    To schedule an appointment or to ask for information, please contact us at (212) 223-3600 or via email

    86. NALGAP, The National Association Of Lesbian & Gay Addiction Professionals
    Provides information and support for addiction professionals and individuals in recovery. Includes links to other related lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender resources.
    Featured Resources
    Healthy People 2010 NALGAP
    901 North
    Washington St.
    Suite 600
    VA 22314

    2004 Save the Dates: NALGAP 25th Anniversary and Annual Conference Plan to join us in Atlanta December 1-4, 2004! Click here for a PDF flyer with more information. SECAD/NALGAP 2004 Conference Register Today! SECAD/NALGAP 2004 conference information, registration, and hotel information is now available. ( Register Online NALGAP Program AT 2004 SECAD Conference To Feature Nation's Leaders in LGBT Substance Abuse and 25th Anniversary Celebration Conference Details A free service provided by Join Together...

    87. Naaman Recovery Ministries
    Promoting an intensive 10 step rehabilitation study for groups or individuals to use to overcome problems with depression, addiction and other life issues.
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    88. Benzodiazepine, Addiction, Withdrawal And Recovery
    A treatment, support, and recovery resource. Site includes articles, personal stories, and links.
    Prescription Drug Addiction Information Site And Forum Color B enzo diazepine .org Benzodiazapine Addiction, Withdrawal And Recovery Information Welcome to Our Site
    Help in understanding the affects of modern prescription drugs
    Benzodiazepine's are given out by the medical profession for many different reasons and conditions. However, it can be very dangerous to be prescribed certain drug cocktails, as you can see from the story below. The following is an excerpt from Part One of Carol's story. We begin in November 1991 when Carol is sitting in the doctor's chair complaining of severe upper abdominal pain. "Sounds like gallstones," said the doctor, "but as there is a long waiting list I'll prescribe you some painkillers. Take two 50 mg tablets every 3 hours."
    This was for Pethidine. Well at the time I did not know it was a highly addictive Opiate and a Class A drug. My husband Steve soon noticed a change in me and mentioned it to the doctor, who told him that I could take them for life.
    I am usually outgoing, extrovert, bubbly and a lover of life but after eighteen months on these drugs I become insecure, depressed and withdrawn.

    89. Rehabilitation - Resources For Drug And Alcohol Treatment -
    home addiction recovery. Alcohol and drug rehabilitation can restore a person to good health and useful life. However it requires
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    Alcohol and drug rehabilitation can restore a person to good health and useful life. However it requires the right mix of therapy and education along with a persons committed effort to recovery. can help provide basic information on substance abuse, alcoholism, drug addiction, and where to find the right treatment program near you. Alcohol What is alcoholism? Is alcoholism a disease? Is alcoholism treatable? How can you tell if you or someone you know is an alcoholic? Involved in a dui or drunk driving incident?

    90. Dallas CEA-HOW
    Nonprofit fellowship for individuals who are recovering from compulsive eating and food addiction. Follows the H.O.W. concept of 12 steps and 12 traditions as a program of recovery. Program description, meetings and events calendar, and chat room.
    Home Page Find A Meeting Special Events What is CEA-HOW? ... Intergroups Welcome to Dallas CEA-HOW
    Compulsive Eaters Anonymous-HOW is a fellowship of individuals who,
    through shared experience, strength, and hope are recovering from
    compulsive eating and food addiction. We welcome everyone who
    wants to stop eating compulsively.
    There are no dues or fees for members; we are self-supporting through
    our own contributions, neither soliciting nor accepting outside donations.
    CEA-HOW is not affiliated with any public or private organization,
    political movement, ideology, or religious doctrine; we take no position
    on outside issues.
    Our primary purpose is to abstain from compulsive eating and to carry the message of recovery to those who still suffer.

    91. The Stanton Peele Addiction Website
    He covers cultural and social determinants of addiction, a general model of addiction, natural recovery in addiction, harm reduction treatment, motivational
    Jump to the text Jump to the menu. About Stanton Peele On-line Library ... Back
    Ask Stanton
    To what extent does your notion of addiction square with the assessment that addiction is an illness of exposure?
    Dear Mr. Peele: I recently completed reading David T. Courtwright's Dark Paradise: A History of Opiate Addiction in America . The introduction to the book contains this observation by William S. Burroughs, "Addiction is an illness of exposure. By and large those who have access to junk become addicts . . . There is no pre-addict personality any more than there is a pre-malarial personality, all the hogwash of psychiatry to the contrary." To what extent does your notion of addiction square with this assessment by Burroughs? Read Stanton's answer
    Book of the month
    The Strength of the Wolf: The Secret History of America's War on Drugs
    by Douglas Valentine
    Go to the bookstore
    Stanton coaches individuals on general addictive and behavioral problems. Please contact him to establish a fee and the parameters for this service. His e-mail address is

    92. DC Department Of Health: Administrations & Offices: Addiction Prevention And Rec
    addiction Prevention and recovery Administration Location. 825 North Capitol Street, NE Washington, DC 20002 Telephone (202) 442
    Department of Health



    Addiction, Recovery

    Addiction Prevention and Recovery Administration Location 825 North Capitol Street, NE
    Washington, DC 20002
    Telephone: (202) 442-9152
    Contact Person: Robert Johnson
    Senior Deputy Director for Substance Abuse Services Hours of Operation: 8:30 am - 5:30 pm 24 Hour Hotline: 1(888) 7WE-HELP It is estimated that over 60,000 individuals in the District of Columbia have a substance abuse problem. This figure represents nearly 12 percent of the general population. In addition, forty percent of the 1.2 million annual emergency room visits in the District of Columbia are related to alcohol and drug abuse. Aware of the challenges presented by this growing problem, the Department of Health (DOH) created the Addiction Prevention and Recovery Administration, otherwise known as “APRA.” Mission It is the mission of the Addiction Prevention and Recovery Administration (APRA) to promote and enforce the highest quality regulatory standards for delivering services related to alcohol, tobacco and other drugs (ATOD) addictions; to prevent ATOD addictions; and to identify, treat and rehabilitate persons who are addicted giving priority to residents of the District of Columbia. APRA serves as the “one-stop” agency for the prevention and treatment of substance abuse in the District of Columbia. Formerly known as ADASA (Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services Administration), APRA’s primary purpose is the prevention of substance abuse, while identifying, treating and rehabilitating individuals within the District of Columbia. APRA provides oversight, ensures access, sets standards and monitors the quality of services delivered as a result of an ongoing continuum of substance abuse prevention and treatment.

    93. Recovery Assistance: Schools Of Thought
    Alcohol and illicit drug addiction recovery assistance for rehabilitation.
    Whether a person is genetically or bio-chemically predisposed to addiction or alcoholism is a controversy that has been debated for years within the scientific, medical and chemical dependency communities. One school of thought advocates the "disease concept," which embraces the notion that addiction is an inherited disease, and that the individual is permanently ill at a genetic level, even for those experiencing long periods of sobriety.
    Another philosophy argues that addiction is a dual problem consisting of a physical and mental dependency on chemicals, compounded by a pre-existing mental disorder (i.e. clinical depression, bipolar disorder, or some other mental illness), and that the mental disorder needs to be treated first as the primary cause of the addiction. A third philosophy subscribes to the idea that chemical dependency leads to "chemical imbalances" in the neurological system.
    The fact remains that there is scientific research to support all of these concepts, but that none of these theories are absolute. Based on national averages we have a 16% to 20% recovery rate. The message is clear that we have a lot more to learn if we are to bring the national recovery rate to a more desirable level.
    There is a 4th school of thought which has proven to be more accurate. It has to do with the life cycle of addiction. This data is universally applicable to addiction, no matter which hypothesis is used to explain the phenomenon of chemical dependency.

    94. Addiction & Recovery In UK Directory: Personal: Drugs/Medicines
    addiction recovery Resources on dealing with and overcoming addictions to drugs such as tobacco, alcohol, and heroin. Web Search addiction recovery.,705564,41038,670531

    95. AIR - Addict In Recovery
    Information concerning recovery from active drug addiction and Hepatitis C.
    ARE YOU Tired of Fighting The Dragon of Addiction ? Then . . . Enter The Door to a Solution ! This website is best viewed at 800 X 600 pixels persons have visited since 7-14-2000 Last updated on 3-1-2003 View My Guestbook Sign My Guestbook While you are here, would you PLEASE sign my guest book?

    96. CNN - Substance Abuse Recovery Programs: Which One Is Right For You? - May 19, 1
    Article compares several alcoholism and substance abuse support groups including AA (Alcoholics Anonymous), NA (Narcotics Anonymous), MM, RR, SMART, SOS, and WFS. CNN with WebMD
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    May 19, 1999 Web posted at: 11:13 AM EDT (1513 GMT) In this story: Relying on a "higher power" Depending on yourself Cutting back instead of quitting For women only ... RELATEDS By Theresa A. Reed (WebMD) - Beating an addiction on your own is a tall order, and one which few people can achieve for any length of time. One of your best chances for a successful, long-term recovery is to seek help from a program designed to help you cope with the physical and psychological pressures of kicking a substance dependency. And there are a number of programs to choose from. Whichever program you settle on, keep in mind that what matters most is not the cost of the program (low-cost programs have been found just as effective as expensive ones) or how much publicity it has received, but how well it works for you. Relying on a "higher power" Perhaps the best-known recovery program is Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), synonymous with the Twelve Steps of recovery and the longest existing self-help program in the United States and Canada. During its 60 years of existence, AA has become so well-respected that judges doling out punishments for crimes committed "under the influence" often mandate attendance. AA asks that its members attend meetings regularly and seek out sponsors people who have successfully stayed sober. AA is not a religious organization, but many AA members relinquish so-called control of their addiction over to a "Higher Power."

    97. Lifestyles Recovery Center,Inc.
    Nonprofit corporation in Pasa Robles, CA that provides free group sessions and individual counseling for drug and alcohol addiction.
    Lifestyles Recovery Center, Inc. is a 501c(3) non-profit corporation that provides free group sessions and individual counseling to individuals who are dealing with the problems of drug and alcohol addiction, HIV prevention, anger management and self-esteem building. Lifestyles Recovery Center has conducted free substance abuse workshops for for over a decade and a half in Paso Robles, California.
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    98. SMART Recovery - Alternative To Alcoholics Anonymous And Narcotics Anonymous
    compulsive disorders, help, recovery e mail addresses, ABC, REBT, Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy, Stopping an addiction, Smart recovery Meetings, cognitive
    smartrecovery .com has no affilation with smartrecovery .org
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    Welcome... Get Free for Free with Evidence-Based SMART Recovery
    SMART offers free face-to-face and online mutual help groups. SMART (Self-Management and Recovery Training) helps people recover from all types of addictive behaviors, including: alcoholism, drug abuse, substance abuse, drug addiction, alcohol abuse, gambling addiction, cocaine addiction, and addiction to other substances and activities. SMART is an alternative to Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous. SMART sponsors more than 300+ face-to-face meetings around the world, and 13+ online meetings per week. In addition, our online message board is an excellent forum in which to learn about SMART and seek support. Our Purpose
    To support individuals who have chosen to abstain, or are considering abstinence from any type of addictive behaviors (substances or activities), by teaching how to change self-defeating thinking, emotions, and actions; and to work towards long-term satisfactions and quality of life.
    Our Approach
    • Teaches self-empowerment and self-reliance.

    99. Hope And Recovery From Sexual Addiction
    Information and links for people suffering with sexual addiction and compulsivity.

    100. Addiction Books Recovery Guides Drug Addiction Information Alcoholic Reference D
    Offering addiction Books recovery Guides Drug addiction Information Alcoholic Reference Drugs Alcoholism Book and more with easy online ordering.
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    The Carbohydrate Addict's Lifespan Program : A Personalized Plan for Becoming Slim, Fit and Healthy in Your 40s, 50s, 60s and Beyond

    If you are carbohydrate addicted, this book will give you the information you need to literally eliminate your cravings for starches, snack foods, or sweets and get control over your eating and your lifeat any age, through all the decades to comeand without sacrifice. You will be able to lose weight and greatly decrease your risk... Facing Codependence : What It Is, Where It Comes from, How It Sabotages Our Lives More Recovery Books It Will Never Happen to Me
    This "little green book," as it has come to be known to hundreds of thousands of C.O.A.'s and A.C.O.A.'s, is meant to help the reader understand the roles children in alcoholic families adopt, the problems they face in adulthood as a result, and what they can do to break the pattern of destruction. Adult Children of Alcoholics More Adult Children of Alcoholics Books Alcoholics Anonymous Under the Influence : A Guide to the Myths and Realities of Alcoholism
    Ten of millions Americans suffer from alcoholism, yet most people still wrongly believe that alcoholism is a psychological or moral problem, and that it can be cured by psychotherapy or sheer will power. Based on groundbreaking scientific research, Under The Influence examine the physical factors that set alcoholics and non-alcoholics apart, and suggests a bold, stigma-free way of understanding and treating the alcoholic...

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