THROUGH THE RECOVERY SUPPORT STRATEGIC INITIATIVE, SAMHSA HAS OUTLINED FOUR MAJOR DIMENSIONS THAT SUPPORT A LIFE IN RECOVERY.
These points and more are tools we use in our weekly Peer support group that meets every Thursday at the Gay Street United Methodist Church, North Gay and Chestnut Streets, Mount Vernon, Ohio. All are welcome to join in ... free, confidential.
GUIDING PRINCIPLES OF RECOVERY: The belief that recovery is real provides the essential and motivating message of a better future. . .
Recovery emerges from hope
Recovery is person-driven
Recovery occurs via many pathways
Recovery is holistic
Recovery is supported by peers and allies
Recovery is supported through relationship and social networks
Recovery is culturally-based and influenced
Recovery is supported by addressing trauma
Recovery involves individual, family, and community strengths and responsibility
Recovery is based on respect
NAMI Family to Family is a NREPP/SAMSHA Rated Evidenced-Based Program.