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Addiction Research Results

Here is some information from the most recent data set of the on line addiction research survey as of March 2015. As we have said, this data is very preliminary and we are not ready to start making any statements about what it might mean. However, we still find some of this to be very [...]

By | March 8th, 2015|Addiction Research, Addiction Treatment|0 Comments

Understanding Addiction Outcomes Research

There is general agreement that follow up study of patients with substance use disorders is difficult. Longitudinal drug addiction research with any diverse population is hard, but this seems to present unique challenges. So many of the questions about longer term outcomes remain unanswered. Almost all of the published studies that are available are on [...]

By | February 27th, 2015|Addiction Research, Addiction Treatment|0 Comments

Addiction Recovery & Resislience

by John Lee Editor No matter who you are or where you live – you will experience hard times. Loved ones will die, jobs will be lost and marriages will crumble and whether you’re ready for it or not, at some point in the future, difficult times are on the way. But though you can’t [...]

By | February 27th, 2015|Addiction Research, Addiction Treatment|0 Comments

ARF To Create High Quality Studies of Addiction Recovery

The Addiction Research Foundation's Mission is conduct and support research that improves treatment outcomes for persons with substance abuse disorders. The privately funded Addiction Research Foundation will seek novel approaches to understand the primary positive influences for long term recovery from Addiction. Drug Treatment Centers both need and are willing to participate in longitudinal outcome [...]

By | January 29th, 2015|Addiction Research|0 Comments

Addiction Change Survey

The Addiction Research Foundation's Mission is conduct and support research that improves treatment outcomes for persons with substance abuse disorders.   The internet-based Addiction Change Survey continues to yield interesting results about the varied ways that people use to change what they consider to be addiction. The initial results have produced many interesting ideas and [...]

By | January 28th, 2015|Addiction Research|0 Comments