Multiple Pathways of Recovery
Over 23.5 million Americans are currently living in recovery from addiction – and they have found multiple pathways to get well from alcohol and other drug problems. In order to help those still in the grips of active addiction, as well as the family members and other loved ones who spend endless hours trying to support and help them, it is imperative that the many pathways to recovery become more widely understood.
Facing Addiction with NCADD began working in early 2017 to develop a guide that highlights and outlines the many pathways to recovery, and that includes personal testimonials from individuals who have found recovery through in a variety of ways. You can download the guide by clicking here or on the document image on the right.
We hope this guide can serve as a tool to help the millions still suffering, as well as their loved ones.
We hope this guide can serve as a tool to help the millions still suffering, as well as their loved ones, and professionals in the addiction field.
The Multiple Pathways Working Group volunteers that helped develop this document includes representatives from the following organizations:
- Connecticut Community for Addiction Recovery (CCAR)
- Sobriety Collective
- Choice in Recovery
- Head/Heart Therapy
- LifeRing Secular Recovery
- Recovery Art Studio
- NAMA Recovery
- Moderation Management
- NMSAS Recovery Center
- Suncoast Harm Reduction Project
- The Family Recovery Solution
- SMART Recovery
- Alliance for Addiction Solutions
- Women for Sobriety
- VRY Everyday