Category: Research / Many Paths

There are many paths to recovery, all of them worthy of celebration.

Alcoholism vs. Addiction

How much do alcoholics and drug addicts really have in common? Our experts explain the similarities as well as the differences. By Kristen McGuiness Originally published on The Fix “When I first got sober,...

Scientist Undergoes Brain Treatment for Alcoholism

By Avis Favaro Medical Correspondent and Alexandra Mae Jones CTV News writer Published  Sunday, December 15, 2019 on CTV National News TORONTO – Like millions of Canadians, Dr. Frank Plummer used alcohol simply to...

Recovery Is Contagious

A talk given at the NorthEast Treatment Centers (NET) in Philadelphia, PA celebrating its recovery services at its 40th Anniversary, April 14, 2010. By William L White Many of us in this room know...

Women for Sobriety and The New Life Program

By WFS Staff and Volunteers Women for Sobriety is an international abstinence-based recovery organization for women. WFS offers a non-professional, self-help and mutual aid program known as the New Life Program. A fundamental part...

Snowflakes

No Two Addictions Are the Same

By David B. Bohl Originally published on his website, David B. Bohl, on February 4, 2019 Addictions, like snowflakes, have one thing in common – they are all absolutely unique. The intricacies of a...

Smart Recovery

Your First SMART Recovery Meeting

By Sam29 First posted on SMART Recovery So, you’re considering attending a SMART Recovery meeting. We applaud you for reaching this point in your recovery! Your consideration might come with one or a mix...

Buddhist Path

Refuge Recovery

Published on January 2, 2019 on Recovery Ways What’s a Refuge Recovery Meeting Like? After leaving treatment, attending mutual aid meetings are a great way to continue your recovery. You meet other people who...

Buddhism Recovery Summit

Recovery – What’s Buddhism Got To Do With It?

Published on the Buddhist Recovery Network The Buddhist Recovery Network (BRN) will be hosting its next summit in Lacey, Washington September 5-8, 2019. The title of this year’s summit is: Recovery: What’s Buddhism Got...