"This program is an absolute gift to anyone who wishes they could take the structure, wisdom, knowledge, and clinical expertise they found in treatment home with them. Whether you are brand new in recovery or beginning again, this program will help you heal and teach you how to manage your life without using. It may be the single best resource out there for people trying to overcome addiction."
Nell Hurley, MA, MNM,
National Director of Programs and Operations
The Phoenix, Denver, Colorado
"Recovery from addiction is a journey that involves all aspects of life. The MORE client workbook acknowledge the hard reality that the journey is not always easy, yet they offer pragmatic and detailed ways to help across all of life¿s domains. These workbooks are informative and useful guides to wellness through the Twelve Steps for anyone seeking or in recovery. The facilitator guide is a motivational tool that can be used by peer coaches or clinicians in a variety of settings. This structured guide is composed of easy-to-use lessons with helpful resources that will give facilitators the confidence they need to have difficult conversations and to be able to celebrate the successes that will undoubtedly emerge from participants¿ life experiences."
Neil Campbell, MS
Person in Recovery and Executive Director,
Georgia Council on Substance Abuse, Atlanta, Georgia
"Because recovery is mostly based on what a person does, the MORE program provides individuals with actions they can take that help secure their ongoing recovery. It is practical, accessible, and covers all the fundamentals from early to long-term recovery. When used consistently, this program gets results. I highly recommend this program and its comprehensive content to anybody working in the field."
Richard Choate, MA, CADCII
Adjunct Instructor/Content Expert, Hazelden Betty Ford Graduate School of Addiction Studies
"This new print version of Hazelden's My Ongoing Recovery Experience program, or MORE, is a faithful adaptation of the internet continuing care program that has won awards and been widely used. The program provides an extension of the Minnesota Residential Care Model, which has helped countless numbers of individuals achieve recovery from substance use disorders, for those who have completed an initial phase of treatment. The material is comprehensive and compatible with many approaches to the treatment of addictions. This will be an excellent adjunct to more formal continuing care, for those who are seeking a primarily Twelve Step approach to recovery."
James R. McKay, PhD
Professor of Psychology in Psychiatry
University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA
Author of Treating Substance Use Disorders with Adaptive Continuing Care