An eight-year perspective on the relationship between the duration of abstinence and other aspects of recovery.

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Using data from 1,162 people entering treatment and followed up (> 94%) for 8 years, this article examines the relationship between the duration of abstinence (1 month to 5 or more years) and other aspects of recovery (e.g., health, mental health, coping responses, legal involvement, vocational involvement, housing, peers, social and spiritual support… (More)

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@article{Dennis2007AnEP, title={An eight-year perspective on the relationship between the duration of abstinence and other aspects of recovery.}, author={Michael L. Dennis and Mark A. Foss and Christy K. Scott}, journal={Evaluation review}, year={2007}, volume={31 6}, pages={585-612} }