Tackling Addiction: Pathways to Recovery ePub download
by Margaret Malloch,Rowdy Yates,David Best,Wendy Dawson,George De Leon,Brian Kidd,Tim McSweeney,Mark Gilman,Alex Stevens,Betsy Thom,Albert Zandvoort,Kuladharini
- ISBN: 1849050171
- ISBN13: 978-1849050173
- ePub: 1917 kb | FB2: 1204 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Social Sciences
- Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers (March 15, 2010)
- Pages: 208
- Rating: 4.6/5
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Rowdy Yates, Margaret Malloch, David Best. The issue of 'recovery' has been increasingly prioritised by policymakers in recent years, but the meaning of the concept remains ambiguous.
Rowdy Yates, Margaret Malloch, David Best.
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The issue of 'recovery' has been increasingly prioritised by policymakers in recent years, but the meaning of the concept remains ambiguous. This edited collection brings together the thoughts and experiences of researchers, practitioners and service users from the fields of health, addiction and criminal justice and centres on current developments in addiction policy and practice.
Tackling Addiction examines what recovery, addiction and dependence really mean, not only to the professional involved in rehabilitation but also to each individual client, and how 'coerced treatment' fails to take account of recovery as a long-term and ongoing process. Chapters cover the influence of crime and public health in UK drug policy; the ongoing emphasis on substitute prescribing; the role of recovery groups and communities; and gendered differences in the recovery process and implications for responses aimed at supporting women.
Tackling Addiction will be essential reading for practitioners, researchers, policy makers and students in the fields of addiction, social care, psychology and criminal justice.