Recovery is multi-faceted along an extensive timeline, and services and measures of success need to extend beyond abstinence or recidivism.
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Beyond recidivism and abstinence from substance use, what other elements can be considered as benchmarks to evaluate success along the recovery journey?
How can MOUD/MAT¹ and harm reduction be incorporated into measures of success?
What fosters resilience along the recovery journey and what role do recovery support services play? And especially how does this apply to emerging adults?
Are there any holistic approaches for recovery support services – that address not just physical addiction (i.e., detox) but physical, emotional, social, and spiritual wellbeing – that show promise?
What helps emerging adults² come back from a reoccurrence of use, especially if they have limited resources?
What factors increase substance use or criminogenic risk, and what recovery support services might help address these factors?
¹ MOUD: Medication for Opioid Use Disorder; MAT: Medication Assisted Treatment, also referred to as MAR: Medication Assisted Recovery
² Emerging adults refers to youth and young adults between the ages of 16 and 25.