TRI’s Collaboration with Road Recovery (presented: 2014)
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Road Recovery's 2012 RoadTrax Program
Involving: (36) program participants (ages: 14-18 years)
"Throughout my twenty-five years in education, I have viewed numerous school assemblies and presentations intended to motivate adolescents to make good decisions. A few of the better ones even have urged teens to reach out for help when faced with struggles. None have come close to delivering the message the way the young participants of Road Recovery have delivered it here in Warwick Valley High School. It is a message framed with honesty, integrity, and love. Most importantly, as a school instructional leader I clearly recognize the powerful connection Road Recovery outreach programs have consistently made between performance venue and curricular activities in the classroom. To any school leaders wishing to develop strong character education programs, consider placing Road Recovery at the core of your efforts. Your students will thank you."
Richard Linkens, Principal
Warwick Valley High School, Warwick, New York
ROAD RECOVERY DELIVERS RESULTS
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Treatment Research Institute at University of Pennsylvania - 2003 - 2006 tracking.
"It is extremely important to note that for those participants who did experience relapse, ALL the participants were back into the mix within a 48-hour period. Such actions are extremely rare for adolescents, which further supports the power of the group and Road Recovery’s program." - *Dr. Thomas McClellan*, Executive Director, from the University of Pennsylvania’s Treatment Research Institute (TRI).
* A. Thomas McLellan , Ph.D. is a psychologist, Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Pennsylvania , and founder and Executive Director of Treatment Research Institute (TRI). He is best known for his leading role in the creation of the Addiction Severity Index and the Treatment Services Review, two of the most widely used instruments in the field of substance abuse. TRI is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to reducing the devastating effects of alcohol and other drug abuse on individuals, families and communities by employing scientific methods and disseminating evidence-based information.
THE ROAD RECOVERY FOUNDATION, a registered New York-based not-for-profit 501(C)(3) organization, was established in February 1998 with generous financial support of Sony Music Entertainment and Dreamworks Records.
Road Recovery provides educational/performance workshops and peer support. Road Recovery and its Trax Programs do not provide medical care or maintain protected health information for its participants.
All music selections composed by Road Recovery program participants & staff. © ® RoadRecovery Publishing Co. Road Recovery photos Courtesy of: Tracy Ketcher (www.tracyketcher.com)