Resources & Tools for
Workbooks / Worksheets / Booklets
100 Hundred Ways to Take on Depression & Win
Self Care Assessment by Therapist Aid
RELAPSE PREVENTION INVENTORY DIAGNOSTIC (RAPID)
The RAPID score indicates how well you are doing in recovery and what is your risk of relapse. The questions are based on the “five rules of recovery.” These questions apply to the last month.
ADDICTIONS AND RECOVERY SITE LINKS
This link will send you to another site that is safe. This page link has an abundance of links to organizations all across the United States. From the World Health Organization to SAMHSA to Self-Help and 12-Step. This page is certainly worth bookmarking.
RECOVERY CAPITAL SCALE & PLAN
The scale on the following page is intended as a self-assessment instrument to help a client measure his or her degree of recovery capital.
MANY PATHWAYS TO RECOVERY
“There are many pathways of long-term recovery, and all are cause for celebration.”
This page is an excellent resource of having an actual list on the many pathways to recovery.
PEER SUPPORT INFOGRAPHIC
In this infographic, you will discover everything you wanted to know about peer support.
What is peer support? What do they do? How can peer support help me?
NAADAC EXTENSIVE RESOURCE LIST
Check out The Association for Addiction Professionals long list of resource links and downloadable pdf files. This list is well worth the time to check out.
OPERATION PREVENTION TOOLKIT FOR PARENTS
The DEA and Discovery Education partnered up to create several excellent resources that can be chosen based on the age of child/teen and source such as parent or teacher. Check out this direct link to their website page offering several options from ebooks to videos and ALL are FREE to everyone.
Quit and Recovery Registry
This site is at the top of my list. Just as it sounds you have an opportunity to sign up for a subscription and enter your name on the registry to quit and enter recovery. Each month subscribers are asked to participate in an assessment that is super simple and doesn't take long and yet you are being a voice in the active movement to better all things recovery. The site has give-aways and even gives subscribers points, which they can cash in, for participation. There is a forum to share, question, answer, and gain support. There are other resources and benefits to the site too numerous to name so give them a visit and advocate for one another. Let your voice be heard!