“I don’t know what fun is:” examining the intersection of social capital, social networks, and social recovery,“Once you’ve been there, you’re always recovering”: exploring experiences, outcomes, and benefits of substance misuse recovery,A safe place to reflect on the meaning of recovery: a recovery community co-productive approach using multimedia interviewing technology,An unlikely hero? Challenging stigma through community engagement,Building recovery capital through peer harm reduction work,Diet and nutrient intake of people receiving opioid agonist treatment (OAT): implications for recovery,Editorial,Gender, recovery and contemporary UK drug policy,Recovery from addiction in communal living settings,The potential of prisons to support drug recovery,Two buses and a short walk: the place of geography in recovery,Understanding recovery: the perspective of substance misusing offenders
Recovery in addictions policy and practice: meanings and challenges Description
Recovery in addictions policy and practice: meanings and challenges
One of the primary aims of this e-book is to critically examine international developments in substance use recovery policy and practice in order to contribute to existing understandings of recovery. The Guest Editors have brought together examples of recovery-focussed initiatives and experiences from across the field of substance misuse. The outcome of this extended special issue is an array of international papers which provide insights into the structural limits imposed on recovery: the detrimental impact of unstable housing, low income and stigma on health and recovery. We are reminded of the continued need to challenge the stigma and demands faced by those in recovery, to invest in high quality treatment services and to address the concentration of substance use related harms in deprived communities.