The appendices are a great resource, offering explanatory diagrams and a proposed 12-step model for harm reduction.
I highly recommend this book for anyone who is struggling with addiction or who is a friend or family member or health provider working along side someone who is.
If you are confused about what Harm Reduction is, means or does pick up a copy of this book and you will instantly begin to ask questions.
Recovery is a personal journey and Dee Dee lets you know it is OK to find your own path. A powerful read!Published 8 months ago by Cara Page
All too often the field of substance abuse treatment has been dominated by dogma and infighting, and the well-being of the substance user has been made secondary to the promotion... Read morePublished on September 11, 2010 by Kenneth Anderson
Before reading this book I had never even heard of the term harm reduction and had no concept of what it meant. Read morePublished on November 24, 2009 by NORINE TRACI-MALONEY