Approaches to Substance Abuse and Addiction in Education Communities: A Guide to Practices that Support Recovery in Adolescents and Young Adults

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  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2010-02-01
  • Publisher: Routledge

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This book is designed to increase the awareness among mental health professionals and educators about the potential sources of support for students struggling with substance abuse, addiction and compulsive behaviors. It was published as a special issue in the Journal of Groups in Addiction and Recovery.

Table of Contents

SECTION I: INTRODUCTION Chapter 1. Rationale for Including Recovery as Part of the Educational Agenda (Andrew J. Finch) Chapter 2. Authentic Voices: Eight Students Share Their Experience, Strength and Hope (Recovery School Students, compiled and edited by Andrew J. Finch) SECTION II: HOW IT WAS AND HOW WE GOT HERE Chapter 3. Twelve Step Meeting: Step One (Recovery School Students) Chapter 4. The Educational Community as a Collection of Groups and Organizations (Jeffrey D. Roth and Seth Harkins) Chapter 5. Scope of the Problem- Adolescent Substance Use (Keith Russell) Chapter 6. Recovery Meetings for Adolescents and Young Adults (Lora L. Passetti and William L. White) SECTION III: WHERE WE ARE NOW: RECOVERY IN HIGH SCHOOLS Chapter 7. Twelve Step Meeting: Step Two (Recovery School Students) Chapter 8. Recovery High Schools as Continuing Care for Substance Use Disorders (D. Paul Moberg and Andrew J. Finch) Chapter 9. Restorative Justice: Recovery at PEASE Academy, Minneapolis, and Sobriety High, Maplewood, Minnesota (Angela Wilcox) Chapter 10. A Secondary School Co-Op: Recovery at Solace Academy, Chaska, Minnesota (Monique Bourgeois) Chapter 11. A Dream Realized: Recovery at the INSIGHT Program, White Bear Lake, Minnesota (Traci G. Bowermaster) SECTION IV: WHERE WE ARE NOW: RECOVERY IN COLLEGES Chapter 12. Achieving Systems-Based Sustained Recovery at Texas Tech University: A Comprehensive Model for Collegiate Recovery Communities (Kitty S. Harris, Amanda K. Baker, Thomas G. Kimball, and Sterling T. Shumway) Chapter 13. The Need for a Continuum of Care: The Rutgers University Comprehensive Model (Lisa Laitman and Linda C. Lederman) Chapter 14. Assessment and Outcome of a College Substance Abuse Recovery Program: Augsburg College's StepUP Program (Andria M. Botzet, Ken Winters, and Tamara Fahnhorst) Chapter 15. Reflections on Chemical Dependency in a College Setting and Its Intersection with Secondary School Programs: Recovery at Brown University (Bruce Donovan) Chapter 16. Twelve Step Meeting: Step Twelve (Recovery School Students)

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