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Roadmap for Recovery (Part 2): The Importance of Scheduling

Roadmap for Recovery (Part 2): The Importance of Scheduling

– Hello, and welcome to the “Roadmap for Recovery,” a family education video produced by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. Treatment helps with both physical withdrawal and the emotional mood swings. It provides structure that can help… Continue Reading

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Families in Recovery (Part 2): Phase 1—Introduction, Phase 2—Maintenance

Families in Recovery (Part 2): Phase 1—Introduction, Phase 2—Maintenance

– Hello, and welcome to “Families in Recovery: A Family Education Video,” produced by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. Throughout this presentation, you’ll hear from people in recovery, their family members, and their friends about how they… Continue Reading

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Families in Recovery (Part 7): Providing Additional Support

Families in Recovery (Part 7): Providing Additional Support

– Hello, and welcome to “Families in Recovery: A Family Education Video,” produced by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. For family members, this stage is a time to focus on providing additional support. It may be more… Continue Reading

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Greg Williams – Young People in Recovery

Greg Williams – Young People in Recovery

My name is Greg Williams and I am a young person in long-term recovery, and for me that means that I haven’t used alcohol or other drugs since I was 17. And recovery has really given me an opportunity to… Continue Reading

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Roadmap for Recovery (Part 4): Addressing Triggers

Roadmap for Recovery (Part 4): Addressing Triggers

– Hello, and welcome to the “Roadmap for Recovery,” a family education video produced by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. A key concept in recovery is how to deal with “triggers.” Triggers are reminders or cues that… Continue Reading

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Families in Recovery (Part 6): Third Stage of Recovery—”The Wall,” or, Protracted Abstinence

Families in Recovery (Part 6): Third Stage of Recovery—”The Wall,” or, Protracted Abstinence

– Hello, and welcome to “Families in Recovery: A Family Education Video,” produced by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. The “wall” stage, or “protracted abstinence,” starts anywhere from six weeks to five months into recovery, and can… Continue Reading

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Families in Recovery (Part 4): First Stage of Recovery—Withdrawal

Families in Recovery (Part 4): First Stage of Recovery—Withdrawal

– Hello, and welcome to “Families in Recovery: A Family Education Video,” produced by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. This section presents key goals for people in recovery and the process of recovery, as well as positive… Continue Reading

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Families in Recovery (Part 1): Explaining Addiction

Families in Recovery (Part 1): Explaining Addiction

– Hello, and welcome to “Families in Recovery: A Family Education Video,” produced by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. The video you’re going to watch today talks about how family members can support loved ones during substance… Continue Reading

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Schizoaffective Disorder – Bipolar Type: Living in Recovery & Loving it.

Schizoaffective Disorder – Bipolar Type: Living in Recovery & Loving it.

My Name is Sarah Hancock and I am the Community Placement Coordinator at NAMISan Diego. I Have a really exciting job. But, I’d like to tell you a little bit about my personal Journey. Um. It’s funny, you could look… Continue Reading