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Volume 5, Issue 2
In this Issue...

> Introduction to This Issue of The Bridge
> The Recovery Movement and Moments in Time
> What is the Recovery Movement?
> Some Concerns About What is Not Included in the Recovery Movement
> Genuine Inclusion of the Whole Range of Routes To Recovery
> Resilience and Recovery

> Prospects and Promise of the Recovery Movement
> What is Old or New in the Recovery Movement?

> In Memoriam: Michael Garvin Boyle

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> Introduction to This Issue of The Bridge: The Recovery Movement
By Paul Roman, PhD
University of Georgia
Editor, The Bridge

The previous issue of The Bridge provided a “Recovery Movement 101” for readers desiring a quick introduction to this emerging phenomenon  Read More...

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>The Recovery Movement and Moments in Time
Dennis McCarty, PhD
Oregon Health and Science University

In the exploration of the Recovery Movement in the previous issue of The Bridge, the experts were asked about the Movement's similarities to and the influence of the National Counil on Alcoholism (NCA), now the National Council on Alcohol and Drug Dependence. Read More...

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> What is the Recovery Movement? Addiction is Not One Thing
Elizabeth Wells, PhD
University of Washington

In the 30 years that I have been involved in addiction-related research, I have seen the sands shift many times in how addiction is viewed and what are seen as the best ways to address it. Read More...

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> Some Concerns About What is Not Included in the Recovery Movement
Dennis Daley, PhD
University of Pittsburgh

The previous issue of The Bridge was a very informative set of interviews with tremendous details, but I have a few concerns. Read More...

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>Genuine Inclusion of the Whole Range of Routes to Recovery
Ron Jackson
University of Washington

I’m writing my reaction to this very interesting “conversation” piece on the recovery movement from the perspective of a person working almost exclusively in medication-assisted treatment (MAT) since 1972. Read More...

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> Resilience and Recovery
Holly Hagle, PhD
Director, National SBIRT ATTC

The previous issue of The Bridge focused on multiple aspects of the Recovery Movement that have emerged during recent decades. As I reflect on the issue and my past 12 plus years of experience with the ATTC Network, I have been able to witness the social movement referenced throughout the document. Read More...

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>Prospects and Promise of the Recovery Movement Michael Boyle
University of Wisconsin

All of the interviewees in the previous issue of The Bridge identified stigma as being a major problem, acting as a barrier for people to self identify as being in recovery. Of course, this stigma has existed for generations. Read More...


>What is Old or New in the Recovery Movement?
Paul Roman, PhD
University of Georgia

There is a clear tendency to regard the Recovery Movement as something new and separate from the larger activity of delivering treatment services to persons with substance use disorders (SUD). This is understandable in light of how the recent form of the Recovery Movement has emerged and gained support. Read More...


>In Memoriam: Michael Garvin Boyle
Mike Boyle was a member of the Editorial Board of The Bridge since its inception, and contributed to every issue. Very shortly after submitting his contribution to this issue, which appears above, Mike passed away after a very brief illness. Read More...

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The Bridge is a semi-annual e-pub that links science and service by providing information and tools on technology transfer and implementation science strategies.


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Coming soon:

ATTC White Paper on Workforce Development, second in the white paper series published for the ATTC initiative, Advancing the Integration of Substance Use Disorder Services and Health Care

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ATTC Resources on Recovery:

Recovery & Recovery Oriented Systems of Care

Related Posts from the ATTC/NIATx Service Improvement Blog:

Earth Day,Google Doodles, & the Recovery Movement

Young People in Recovery: Speaking Up&Reaching Out


Recovery: Going Public

Making Recovery Month Matter

Related Posts from the ATTC Messenger:

Recovery and the National Drug Control Strategy, September 2013

Tribute to the Recovery Movement, September 2014

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We want to hear from you!
Email your thoughts about this issue of The Bridge to Maureen Fitzgerald at the ATTC Network Coordinating Office.

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