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Intergrating the Twelve Steps

As the world leader in publishing evidence-based treatment materials, Hazelden Publishing has been focused on delivering materials that help communities prevent opioid addiction and overdose deaths along with resources to help organizations effectively treat opioid use disorder, with a focus on lifelong recovery. The Publishing team travels the nation, listening to the challenges and successes of others, and responding with tools that help make a difference.

Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation's Comprehensive Response with the Twelve
Steps (COR-12™) program uses medication-assisted treatment as an adjunct
to abstinence-based Twelve Step recovery.

Integrating the Twelve Steps with Medication-Assisted Treatment for Opioid
Use Disorder provides step-by-step guidance on how to implement COR-12™ at
your organization. With COR-12™, you can help patients:

  • Stay engaged in treatment longer in order to establish a solid Twelve Step
    recovery
  • Pursue a personalized treatment plan, which may include the use of medication, that embraces multiple pathways to recovery

Integrating the Twelve Steps with Medication-Assisted Treatment for Opioid
Use Disorder: Best Practices for Professionals
guides administrators, clinicians,
doctors, and nurses in implementing this groundbreaking program at residential
and outpatient facilities. Following the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation experience
from admission through treatment and recovery services, it shares best practices
for helping patients achieve a stable recovery lifestyle with the ultimate goal of
abstinence. Topics include

  • opioid basics
  • the research and principles behind medication-assisted treatment
  • launching the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation’s COR-12™ program
  • implementing the COR-12™ program, from the early residential
    preadmission stage through continuing care and lifelong recovery

Discover more about Integrating the Twelve Steps with Medication-Assisted Treatment for Opioid Use Disorder, including purchasing options