What is “Recovery”?

 

 

It’s an age-old question, one that is hotly debated at treatment centers and enthusiastically discussed in 12 Step rooms.

Now’s your chance to weigh in on the discussion.

What Is Recovery is a project of the Alcohol Research Group (ARG.  ARG conducts and disseminates research in alcohol consumption and problems, alcohol health services and policies, and trains future generations of alcohol researchers.

The project is funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH).

Participants complete a Web-based survey about your definition of recovery. You do not have to provide any personal identifying information to participate. It is anonymous, which means that we will not be able to identify you as having participated in the study, and we will not be able to link your answers to you. Answers to the web survey also are confidential.

To be eligible to participate in the project, you must be at least age 18 and consider yourself as being in recovery from an alcohol or drug problem.

This is important to the recovery and treatment communities.  Please take the time to share your thoughts.

 

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