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    were familiar faces though. As soon as I got settled in I immediately familiarized the smell of coffee with my A.A. meetings. Do addicts in recovery swap out their drug of choice with coffee? This seems to be a pretty common refreshment offered in this type of setting, even during evening meetings. Either way I was grateful that it kept my fidgeting at bay while people started to get settled in. I began recognizing members from church while others I didn’t, this was after all open to the…

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    Celebrate Recovery started in 2006, in 2013 I saw a notice that they needed help watching children and I felt called to help. I also wanted some babysitting experience. I felt it was important because the notice was up for several months and they really needed assistance, so I began volunteering. Some nights, Celebrate Recovery requires a lot of effort. Helping kids stop crying takes a lot of patience. For some children it is their first time be separated from their mom and they throw a…

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    cancel it. This really hurts my heart because I know how much it means to my students because I work with them every day. We have been building on this goal for exactly 91 days now and the students are so excited to finally get to meet Zero the Hero that they can barely contain themselves. Now to me, this is teaching. They are learning how to be lifelong learners and to love learning. I have had the amazing pleasure of receiving visits from past students moving on to higher education,…

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    Drug Addiction Recovery

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    Addiction can be defined as dependency on something such as alcohol and drugs. Drugs and alcohol are harmful because they affect people’s behavior resulting in antisocial habits, lowering self- esteem and ruining one’s motivation towards achieving life goals. People suffering from alcohol and drug addiction can have an appropriate response if only they go through the diagnosis and the recovery process. However, if the person’s engagement in recovery activities is ignored, addiction will be…

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    Consumer’s strategy for recovery As Patricia Deegan stated in her article, The Importance of Personal Medicine, recovery is not the process of passively swallowing pills. Rather, she states that recovery is composed of a myriad of things individuals do to feel better. I found this statement to be true when talking to Erin, our consumer educator. Erin is a 35 year old female who has been diagnosed with schizophrenia. Erin reported that she began having auditory, visual, and olfactory…

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    Community Inclusion

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    The societal issue that I have selected is that of community inclusion for those people suffering with mental health issue and their ability to successfully integrate into the community, after years of institutional living. From this writer perspective there are several elements that will determine its success; the physical integration, the psychological integration and the social integration. According to Homan (2011) a community encompasses a group of people with a common connection that…

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    As a bunch of students would graduate from universities, they start to look for a job that match their majors. Before the youth gets what they have learned from institutions, they are worried by the status of unemployment in today’s society. Also, some school leavers would not like to receive a low paying job. This phenomena we call youth unemployment. Some statistics that “more than 40 percent of young people are unemployed” in spain, “more than 20 percent” in France, and “21 percent” in USA…

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    Can drug addiction be treated successfully? Yes. Can it be cured? Not all the time but it can be successfully managed. There are numerous methods of substance abuse treatment and one of the most successful is the Recovery Model. According to the American Psychological association (2012), the mental health Recovery Model is self-directed, Individualized, person-centered, patient empowerment, holistic, nonlinear, strength-based, involves peer support, patient is responsible for the journey to…

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    monitored through developed reporting lines between the global response and the regional team. Controls: The countermeasures promoted by Nissan towards this cause are based on 3 basic principles. 1. Employees’ health and lives priority 2. Spread of infection prevention 3. Business continuity in operations Nissan stipulates certain actions that need to be taken by employees, companies and sections in the ‘Guidelines for employees’ action’ and have kept employees always informed. 3.…

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    counseling professionals, types of clinical professionals trained in the field of medicine or even both. However, counseling from either a professional or mentor from experience tend to be a more practical approach. When being counseled for substance abuse there are a number of routes that can lead a person to recovery, but no one treatment type can lead everyone there. Considering that no one person is effected by environment, socioeconomic status, race, gender, religion, and age in the same…

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