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Explains to people in recovery what wellness is and how it affects overall quality of life. Describes eight dimensions of wellness and offers suggestions for how people can apply them to their own lives to improve their overall wellbeing. A SAMHSA publication.

Part of a wellness initiative, this poster lists the eight dimensions of wellness: social,environmental, physical, emotional, spiritual, occupational, intellectual, and 

This presentation includes:

  • Components of the Social Model for Recovery
  • Benefits of recovery housing
  • Barriers for operators of recovery houses
  • Advocacy gains made and next steps for the future

Hosted by: Faces & Voices of Recovery

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This systematic review identifies, appraises, and summarizes the evidence on the effectiveness of peer-delivered recovery support services for people in recovery from alcohol and drug addiction. Nine studies met criteria for inclusion in the review. They were assessed for quality and outcomes including substance use and recovery-related factors.

The “helper” therapy principle proposed in 1965 by sociologist Frank Reissman suggests that those providing help are as likely, if not more likely, to benefit from the helping relationship as those receiving help (Reissman, 1965).

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Explains to people in recovery what wellness is and how it affects overall quality of life. Describes eight dimensions of wellness and offers suggestions for how people can apply them to their own lives to improve their overall wellbeing. A SAMHSA publication.

Part of a wellness initiative, this poster lists the eight dimensions of wellness: social,environmental, physical, emotional, spiritual, occupational, intellectual, and 

This presentation includes:

  • Components of the Social Model for Recovery
  • Benefits of recovery housing
  • Barriers for operators of recovery houses
  • Advocacy gains made and next steps for the future

Hosted by: Faces & Voices of Recovery

Presented by: 

This systematic review identifies, appraises, and summarizes the evidence on the effectiveness of peer-delivered recovery support services for people in recovery from alcohol and drug addiction. Nine studies met criteria for inclusion in the review. They were assessed for quality and outcomes including substance use and recovery-related factors.

The “helper” therapy principle proposed in 1965 by sociologist Frank Reissman suggests that those providing help are as likely, if not more likely, to benefit from the helping relationship as those receiving help (Reissman, 1965).

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