How is Voices of Hope contributing to the body of recovery knowledge?
A harm reduction journey: Connection, family support, and engagement in health care. Journal of Substance Use and Addiction Treatment.
Fallin-Bennett, A., Elswick, A., (2023). 102. 106204. doi.org/10.1016/j.josat.2023.209179
Peer support specialists and perinatal OUD: Someone that’s been there, lived it, seen it. Addictive Behaviors.
Fallin-Bennett, A., Elswick, A., & Ashford, K. (2020). 102. 106204. doi: 10.1016/j.addbeh.2019.106204
Voices of hope: A feasibility study of telephone recovery support.
Elswick, A., and Fallin-Bennett, A. (2020). Addictive Behaviors. 102. 106182. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.addbeh.2019.106182.
“Voices of Hope: A Randomized Controlled Trial of a Peer-Delivered Telephone Recovery Support Program” (2020).
Elswick, Alex, Theses and Dissertations–Family Sciences. 78. https://uknowledge.uky.edu/hes_etds/78
Emerging adults and recovery capital: barriers and facilitators to recovery.
Elswick, A., Fallin-Bennett, A., Ashford, K. & Werner-Wilson, R. (2018)., Journal of Addictions Nursing 29(2), 78-83.
Pharmacists’ role in harm reduction: A survey assessment of Kentucky community pharmacists’ willingness to participate in syringe/needle exchange.
Goodin, A., Fallin-Bennett, A., Green, T., & Freeman, P.R. (2018). Harm Reduction Journal, 15(4), 1-9
Pharmacists role in opioid overdose: Kentucky pharmacists willingness to participate in naloxone dispensing.
Freeman, P., Goodin, A., Troske, S., Strahl, A., Fallin-Bennett, A. & Green, T. (2017). Journal of American Pharmacists Association, 57(2S), S28-S33.
If you want to care for something, you call it a ‘flower.’ If you want to kill something, you call it a ‘weed.’
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Language of Recovery
What is Recovery Capital?
|Current Terminology||Alternative Terminology|
|Treatment is the goal / Treatment is the only way into recovery||Treatment is an opportunity for initiation into recovery (one of multiple pathways into recovery)|
|Untreated addict/alcoholic||Individual not yet in recovery|
|Substance abuse||Substance use disorder/addiction/substance misuse|
|Drug of choice/abuse||Drug of use|
|Relapse prevention||Recovery management|
|Pathology-based assessment||Strength/asset-based assessment|
|Focus is on total abstinence from all illicit and non-prescribed substances the clinician identifies||Focus is on the drug the client feels is creating the problems|
|A drug is a drug is a drug||Each illicit substance has unique interactions with the brain; medication, if available, is appropriate|
|Relapse||Recurrence/return to use|