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Mutual-help attendance associated with increased outpatient treatment completion; Black men and women benefitted more than other groups buff.ly/3hrLuCE | #addiction #recovery #RecoveryThroughScience
The November 2022 Recovery Bulletin special edition is live! See here to stay up to date with the latest in addiction recovery science: buff.ly/3tIREkx | #addiction #recovery #science #RecoveryThroughScience
Telephone and digital-based continuing care both outperformed treatment as usual in reducing heavy alcohol use over 12-months buff.ly/3fP2fHn | #addiction #recovery #RecoveryThroughScience
A digital ‘check-in’ system in outpatient settings was utilized by patients, less so by clinicians buff.ly/3UD2YKz | #addiction #recovery #RecoveryThroughScience
Join us Wednesday, November 16 for our free recovery science series on "Collegiate Recovery: From Science to Policy" with @noelvest! See here for more info: buff.ly/3FfSD2A | #recovery #science #RecoveryThroughScience
Join us for the next part in our free RCC science series on "The promise of RCCs to support Latino and Hispanic communities in recovery: The importance of cultural elements in RCCs"! See here for more: buff.ly/3WCdzHA | #recovery #science #RecoveryThroughScience
The October 2022 edition of the Recovery Bulletin is live! To see the latest in the science of addiction recovery, please follow the link here: buff.ly/3gYR27q | #addictionrecovery #recovery #RecoveryThroughScience
Thank you to everyone who joined us for our 10-Year Anniversary reception! We're proud to be doing our small part within the recovery field, and are looking forward to ten more years of enhancing #RecoveryThroughScience | recoveryanswers.org | #addictionrecovery #recovery
Research has demonstrated that “abuse” and “abuser” are strongly associated with negative judgments, which can discourage someone from seeking treatment. Use alcohol misuse instead of alcohol abuse to help reduce #stigma. fal.cn/3sSlw #TreatmentWeek
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The September 2022 edition of the Recovery Bulletin is live! To see the latest in the science of addiction recovery, please follow the link here: buff.ly/3E7TmCG | #addictionrecovery #recovery #RecoveryThroughScience
Happy #InternationalRecoveryDay everyone! As #RecoveryMonth comes to a close, we'd like to thank you all for joining us in another year of sharing recovery science | #addictionrecovery #RecoveryThroughScience
#RecoveryMonth Interview with Brandon Bergman (@RecoveryAnswers) sharing recoveryanswers.org where new research is provided, collected, and translated into formats that are more engaging for anyone to learn about recovery science youtu.be/tNT0o3XqKLw
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10 things we've learned from the National Recovery Study: A full compilation of ten key findings from the MGH Recovery Research Institute's National Recovery Study (NRS) | #RecoveryMonth #AddictionRecovery #recovery #RecoveryThroughScience
Multiple pathways to recovery: 46% of individuals who have resolved a significant drug or alcohol problem did so without the use of any formal treatment or recovery support services buff.ly/3RxfOIN | #RecoveryMonth #addictionrecovery #RecoveryThroughScience
Race, religion, and recovery: ~45% of US Black individuals in recovery reported that spirituality made all the difference in their recovery journey, by far the most of any racial/ethnic group buff.ly/3RxfOIN | #RecoveryMonth #addictionrecovery #RecoveryThroughScience
We’re proud to celebrate #RecoveryMonth with @CCAR4Recovery at this year’s Recovery Walks in Hartford! A big thank you to everyone stopping by | #addictionrecovery #RecoveryThroughScience
Digital recovery: Of people who resolved a significant drug or alcohol problem, 11% reported they had used an online technology to change their substance use or aid their recovery buff.ly/3RxfOIN | #RecoveryMonth #addictionrecovery #RecoveryThroughScience
Opioid stigma: Compared to other primary substances, individuals in recovery from opioid use were least likely to feel comfortable disclosing their substance use history (with over 50% not feeling comfortable) buff.ly/3RxfOIN | #RecoveryMonth #addictionrecovery #recovery
Primary substance: Of the 22.35 million US individuals in recovery from a drug or alcohol problem, many report their primary substance as cannabis or opioids, but by far the majority are in recovery from an alcohol problem (51%) buff.ly/3RxfOIN | #RecoveryMonth #recovery
The reality of drinking/drug using dreams: About one third (32%) of individuals in recovery report having relapse dreams about drug or alcohol use, which decrease in frequency with time in recovery buff.ly/3RxfOIN | #RecoveryMonth #addictionrecovery #recovery
We've published a special edition of the Recovery Bulletin in recognition of #RecoveryMonth recounting the top 10 Bulletin articles of the past year! To see more, please follow the link here: buff.ly/3BmiTVs | #addictionrecovery #recovery #RecoveryThroughScience
Quality of life in recovery: It takes, on average, 15 years for someone in recovery to reach a similar quality of life as the general population. This is too long, but sooner access to recovery resources helps buff.ly/3RxfOIN | #RecoveryMonth #addictionrecovery #recovery
How many? In general, the median number of serious recovery attempts required for someone to resolve a significant drug or alcohol use problem in the US is 2; in more severe cases it can take double that buff.ly/3RxfOIN | #RecoveryMonth #recovery #RecoveryThroughScience
Join us Wednesday, September 28 for our free recovery science series on "Recovery High Schools as a Protective Factor Against the Progression of Substance Use and Co-Occurring Disorders"! See here for more info: buff.ly/3R6Wyls | #recovery #science #RecoveryThroughScience
Recovery identity: Among US individuals who have resolved a significant drug or alcohol use problem, 45% self-identify as being "in recovery" buff.ly/3RxfOIN | #RecoveryMonth #addictionrecovery #recovery #RecoveryThroughScience
Surrounded by recovery: 22.35 million US adults (9.1% of the adult population) report having resolved a significant drug or alcohol use problem buff.ly/3RxfOIN | #RecoveryMonth #addictionrecovery #recovery #RecoveryThroughScience
Today marks the beginning of #RecoveryMonth! We're excited to celebrate another year of recovery science and all of the great work being done in the field. Join the celebration and find Recovery Month events near you | #recovery #science @MassGeneralNews buff.ly/319uJ4G
Join us for the next part in our free RCC science series on "Results of our nationwide survey of RCCs: Description of currently operating RCCs, their services, and the communities they serve"! See here for more: buff.ly/3Tq2ZSn | #recovery #science #RecoveryThroughScience
Incarcerated individuals receiving depot buprenorphine substantially reduced opioid use with very few medical complications buff.ly/3JJ0Gpa | #addiction #recovery #science #RecoveryThroughScience
The August 2022 edition of the Recovery Bulletin is live! To see the latest in addiction recovery science, please follow the link here: buff.ly/3PN0UNb | #addiction #recovery #science #RecoveryThroughScience
Permitting prescribing waivers for nurse practitioners and physician assistants substantially increases buprenorphine prescribing capacity buff.ly/3P4qbCl | #addiction #recovery #science #RecoveryThroughScience
Patients report variety of motives for substance use - differs by primary substance buff.ly/3zQTGmQ | #addiction #recovery #science #RecoveryThroughScience
Be sure to attend the #APA2022 NIDA/NIAAA Early Career Investigator Poster Session and Social Hour on 8/5! Come learn about exciting new research from ECIs. Thanks to @apdivision50, Dr. Bettina Hoeppner (@harvardmed @RecoveryAnswers), and @NIH for sponsoring this event with us!
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The July 2022 edition of the Recovery Bulletin is live! To read more and keep up with the latest in addiction recovery science, please see here: buff.ly/3OIQEVJ | #addiction #recovery #science #RecoveryThroughScience
Integrating primary care and addiction services may help engage and retain young people with substance use disorder better than usual care buff.ly/3LXq0Hq | #addiction #recovery #science #RecoveryThroughScience
Increases in opioid‐involved overdose deaths for Black Americans outpaced that of Whites, a disparity made worse during COVID-19 buff.ly/3MMVcJN |#addiction #recovery #science #RecoveryThroughScience
Complete abstinence associated with highest levels of well-being, though partial abstinence has benefits too buff.ly/3xpGiUe | #addiction #recovery #science #RecoveryThroughScience
Opioid use disorder patients on buprenorphine were more likely to stay on medication if also attending therapy buff.ly/3xKuKMG | #addiction #recovery #science #RecoveryThroughScience
After Vancouver expanded supervised consumption sites, locals who inject drugs attended treatment more often and injected drugs in public less often buff.ly/3aSMb4x | #addiction #recovery #science #RecoveryThroughScience
Cannabis use disorder signals worse drinking and PTSD for veterans, though more research needed to determine if cannabis is responsible buff.ly/3mxEljy | #addiction #recovery #science #RecoveryThroughScience
Collaborating with individuals in recovery when developing research measures makes for more valid assessments buff.ly/3xLPDXC | #addiction #recovery #science #RecoveryThroughScience
Mental health and demographics help identify teens at greater risk for substance use in primary care, though doctors report barriers to treatment linkages buff.ly/3xnYcXf | #addiction #recovery #science #RecoveryThroughScience
The June 2022 edition of the Recovery Bulletin is live! To keep up with the latest in addiction recovery science, please see here for more info: buff.ly/3OJSCFJ | #addiction #recovery #science #RecoveryThroughScience
Thank you for joining our latest webinar on Recovery Community Organizations! Our ORN seminar series will return on Wednesday, September 28. Recordings and slides are available on our website here: buff.ly/3HbvUTL | #addiction #recovery #science #RecoveryThroughScience
Thank you for joining our latest webinar on Recovery Processes and Milestones! Our R24 seminar series will return on Friday, September 9th. Recordings and slides are available on our website here: buff.ly/3cc9pQo | #addiction #recovery #science #RecoveryThroughScience
Among individuals trying to reduce or stop drinking, cannabis use associated with reduced alcohol consumption, but more research needed on long-term effects or harms buff.ly/3LAllvL | #addiction #recovery #science #RecoveryThroughScience
Join us this Friday for the next part in our free, ongoing RCC science series on "Recovery processes and milestones: An updated conceptual model and fit with the mission of RCCs"! See here for more info: buff.ly/3MTE7hs | #recovery #science #RecoveryThroughScience
For cocaine use disorder, CBD did not significantly reduce cocaine craving or relapse risk buff.ly/3OQsjyL | #addiction #recovery #science #RecoveryThroughScience
An English pay-for-performance model for clinical providers led to unexpectedly worse outcomes for population at-risk for substance-related harms buff.ly/3OLf2aq | #addiction #recovery #science #RecoveryThroughScience
Correctional facility leadership reported perceived barriers to implementing OUD medication treatment, including lack of resources, regulatory barriers, and stigma buff.ly/377is6o | #addiction #recovery #science #RecoveryThroughScience
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