Overdose Awareness Day & National Recovery Month 2021
“Recovery is For Everyone: Every Person, Every Family, Every Community”
Overdose Awareness Day exists to raise awareness and commemorate those who have been lost to drug overdose. National Recovery Month is observed to highlight the ways in which substance use treatment and mental health services can empower and enable people to live healthy and rewarding lives.
At Taylor & Francis, we are dedicated to providing access to the research that will help advance the discovery, innovations, and progress toward better understandings and treatments within the area of substance use. To make these critical studies more accessible, we have made this collection of journal articles and book chapters from our Medicine & Health Substance Use portfolio free access through December 31, 2021.
We support the Overdose Awareness Day campaign to raise awareness of the public health crisis of overdose and inspire action and discussion about overdose prevention and drug policy. We support Recovery Month, the work it involves, and the dedication of service-providers and community members who make recovery possible.
|Book Title||Chapter Title||Author||Editor|
|Grief and Addiction: Considering Loss in the Recovery Process||16. Resilience and the Importance of Relationship||Julie Bates-Maves||Anna Moore|
|Treating Black Women With Eating Disorders: A Clinician’s Guide||11. “Father Hunger?” Engaging Fathers in the Eating Disorder Recovery Process||Charlynn Small & Mazella Fuller||Amanda Devine|
|Understanding Forgiveness and Addiction: Theory, Research, and Clinical Application||5. Theory: Forgiveness, Health, and Addiction||Jon Webb||Amanda Devine|
|Harm Reduction for Gambling||Family Members Affected by Excessive Gambling||Jim Orford||Jo Forshaw|
|Substance Abuse and the family||5. Family Diversity and Substance Abuse||Michael D. Reiter||Heather Evans|
|Treating Trauma and Addiction with the Felt Sense Polyvagal Model||8. Bringing Polyvagal Theory into the World of Addiction||Jan Winhall||Amanda Devine|