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Rochester Women Magazine

The Gables Featured in Rochester Women Magazine

The Gables, part of the NUWAL Alliance, is featured in Rochester Women Magazine. The Gables has provided women in Rochester and surrounding communities with substance use and co-occurring mental healthcare for almost 40 years. The article, which includes quotes from The Gables program manager, Erin Bachman, discusses the program’s connection to the Rochester community and […]

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DePaul

Self-help recovery homes protect residents from COVID infection, death

Research findings released by DePaul University indicate that residents who live in Oxford House recovery residences, one of America’s largest and longest-standing recovery residence systems, experience drastically lower rates of COVID infection and death. The report says that Oxford House residents experience 1.6 percent infection rates compared to 7 percent among the general population. Additionally, […]

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Washington Post

Paul Molloy, a recovery housing pioneer, dies at 83

Paul Malloy, a young lawyer on Capitol Hill in the early 1970’s who helped create legislation that developed Amtrack and who played a major role in the development of Oxford Houses which he credits with helping him enter long-term recovery in the 1970’s, has died at 83. According to the Washington Post article, when Mr. […]

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NUWAY Hosts Recovery Advocate & Author Ryan Hampton and Expert Panel Discussion on Ending Overdose Crisis and Supporting Recovery

On May 19, NUWAY Alliance hosted author and activist Ryan Hampton and an expert panel for a discussion on how to end the overdose crisis, which claims over 100,000 live annually. Ryan’s newest book, Unsettled, is a first-hand account of attempts to bring Purdue Pharma and its owners, the Sackler family, to justice. The panel […]

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Treatment Magazine

Article Highlights the Benefits of Recovery Residences

“The Benefits of Recovery Houses,” an article in Treatment Magazine, highlights research findings that suggest time spent in a recovery residence after treatment and before returning to one’s home environment increases the chances for ongoing abstinence, improves rates of employment, and reduces rates of criminal recidivism.

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Recovery Research Institute

Recovery Research Institute Study Shows Recovery Residences Offer Vital Benefits

A study published by the Recovery Research Institute finds that the use of recovery residences during outpatient substance use disorder treatment provides important benefits. The study indicates that recovery residences offer safe living environments, accountability, and peer support and that people using these resources remain in treatment longer and complete treatment at a higher rate. […]

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