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Let’s celebrate lives in recovery

While recovery is without question a personal and individual experience, as unique to each individual as their finger print or their iris, there are...

Scientifically-informed recovery

Over the past 80 years, Alcoholics Anonymous has grown from two members to over 2million members. AA and similar organisations such as Narcotics Anonymous...

Measuring recovery

‘‘You’re all going to hate the word ‘recovery’ by the end of this’’: Service users’ views of measuring addiction recovery is a research paper...

Is addiction really a disease?

Presentation by Dr Kevin McCauley, a non-practicing physician who has worked in the field of addiction treatment for two decades. Kevin is creator of the...

Interventions: the historical perspective

In the 1900s, there were high mortality rates from what was then called alcoholism. In the 1930s, psychiatry defined uncontrolled drinking as an emotional/psychological...

Prevention: our next generation

Article 33 of the Convention on the Rights of the Child says that “States Parties shall take all appropriate measures, including legislative, administrative, social...