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Recovery Culture Readiness Inventory

Mark Ragins


Abstract: Recovery is gaining serious momentum and being pushed on generally ambivalent systems, programs, and people to implement by outside forces like congressional committees, presidential reports, and us. Efforts to this point have focused on promoting belief in recovery as a possibility by sharing first person accounts of recovery, research data about its existence, and some efforts to describe the paths to recovery (My “4 stages” is one of a number of well regarded examples.) The next

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Contributed on 04/02/2010

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