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Chemical Recovery Fellowship Posters for Download

Cr Posters 250 RulesCr Posters 250 TradThe Rules and Traditions posters are located in the Download section for your convenience. These are in PDF format and the files can be brought or emailed to any office store or copy center for printing and mounting.

They are poster sized which is 20in. x 30in. They can be mounted on foamboard to allow them to stand up. To help them last longer you can also get edge pieces for the boards. An artists portfolio bag will help to keep them clean and easy to transport should you have to.


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Friday, August 14, 2015 - 19:46:00

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Thursday, March 05, 2015 - 16:58:00

"Writing an Effective Recovery Journal" available for download.

CR Journal Trifold1We have created a trifold for download and printing called "Writing an Effective Recovery Journal". The purpose of this handout is to explain to newcomers and those needing to write a recovery journal, how best to achieve this.

It answers the following questions:

1. What is a recovery journal?

2. What should a recovery journal contain?

3. What should a recovery journal avoid?

It contains some pointers to remember and a place for the newcomer to write phone numbers of those he/she meets at group.

The information is in a simple format that is easily read and understood. Please distribute them at your groups and to anyone seeking to learn more about a recovery journal.

Visit our download area to get a copy of this trifold. You must be a site member to access the download area. Membership is free and we do not share or publish your information with anyone


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Thursday, March 05, 2015 - 11:04:00

Attorney General Holder Announces New Drug Take-Back Effort to Help Tackle Rising Threat of Prescription Drug Addiction and Opioid Abuse
Usdoj SealCalling prescription drug addiction an “urgent and growing threat” to our nation’s public health, Attorney General Eric Holder on Monday announced a new Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) regulation that would allow pharmacies, hospitals, clinics, and other authorized collectors to serve as authorized drop-off sites for unused prescription drugs. Under the new policy, long-term care facilities will also be able to collect controlled substances turned in by residents of those facilities, and prescription drug users everywhere will have permission to directly mail in their unused medications to authorized collectors.
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