Archive for May, 2013

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18th and 19th Century Care for “Drunks”

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Beginning in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, institutions were created in the United States to care for the “drunks.”  Dr. Benjamin Rush, a signer of the Declaration of Independence, was the first to recommend that alcoholism was related […]

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  • May
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The Anonymous People Film Screening Monday in Richmond

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Did you know that 23.5 million people in America are living in long-term recovery? Greg Williams’ film “The Anonymous People” is the voice for these 23.5 million people and shares how the recovery movement is transforming how addiction is handled […]

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  • May
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The Power of Faith-Based Ministry

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from Bacon’s Rebellion – written by James A. Bacon Article can be viewed on Bacon’s Rebellion by clicking here! ~~ In my previous post replicating an article published in Style Weekly, I put a human face on the ongoing battle […]

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  • May
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Saving Grace – Style Weekly

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From Style Weekly – May 1, 2013 – by James A. Bacon Article with pictures can be viewed by clicking here — Karl Green recalls committing his last act of violence as if it were yesterday. Three years ago he […]

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  • l Categories: Recidivism, Recovery, Research