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Multiple Pathways of Recovery - Rocky Mountain Tribal Leaders Council


Every person in recovery from an addiction has a unique story about their path to recovery and the twists and turns that that path has taken. Recovery pathways are highly personalized, building on the strengths, talents, coping abilities, and resources of each individual. Peer support services include diverse strategies to support people who are trying to access and sustain their recovery. This tool is designed to help peer-driven service programs adopt an approach that accepts and supports many paths to recovery in order to reach more people with recovery supports, enhance services, and reduce stigma.

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