Recovery

NIAAA Webinar: Using New Definitions and Tools to Support Alcohol Recovery

Washington, DC, United States,
Tuesday, December 6, 2022 - 12:00 PM to 1:15 PM

Please join the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) for a free, interactive webinar about support for alcohol recovery. 

Each year in the United States, alcohol contributes to more than 200 health conditions and about 99,000 deaths. Alcohol misuse remains a significant public health challenge.

International Symposium on Drug-Related Studies 2022 Sri Lanka (In-person/ Online)

Colombo, Sri Lanka,

The National Dangerous Drugs Control Board have proudly planned to conduct an International Symposium on Drug-Related Studies 2022 will be held from 1st and 2nd December 2022 in Colombo, Sri Lanka to facilitate the exchange of information among professionals in the fields of medical, scientific, law, justice, social sciences, education, treatment and rehabilitation and other related services on drug supply control and demand reduction, in coll

Coping with Life After Prison

Published by
American Psychological Association
Publication Date

Psychologists are playing pivotal roles in reentry programs, but more research and investment are needed to help incarcerated individuals build successful lives after leaving prison.

This article, published in the American Psychological Association’s “Monitor on Psychology”, examines the nature, benefits, and challenges of reentry into the community efforts that can reduce recidivism. 

International Recovery Month Celebrated

Director General of Department of Narcotics Control (DNC) Mr Abdul Wahab Bhuya has said that family and society's negative attitude towards substance users hinders the process of treatment and rehabilitation. He said this while addressing the celebration of International Recovery Month of Dhaka Ahsania Mission (DAM) as the chief guest at DAM auditorium, Dhanmondi, Dhaka on 27 September 2022. He also said, celebrating this month is to inspire the recovery community not to feel alone