January 2011
Alcohol Research & Health;2011, Vol. 33 Issue 4, p329
Academic Journal
The article discusses services, including contact, triage and social support services, which are available to recovering alcoholics from the Alcohol-Comprehensive Health Enhancement Support System. A discussion of the role that self determination theory and a model of relapse prevention that was developed by Witkiewitz play in the system is presented.


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