|Titre :||Druglink, Vol.26, n°5 - September-October 2011 - Recovery uncovered|
|Type de document :||Bulletin : Périodique|
|Paru le :||21/09/2011|
|Année de publication :||2011|
|Format :||29 p.|
|Discipline :||TRA (Traitement et prise en charge / Treatment and care)|
Thésaurus TOXIBASEGUERISON ; SANTE MENTALE ; ACCES AUX SOINS ; ORGANISATION CRIMINELLE
Thésaurus GéographiqueROYAUME-UNI ; MEXIQUE
|Résumé :||This issue we get under the skin of the 'recovery' movement. In our Recovery Uncovered special issue we as questions such as: who started it, how does it help get people off drugs and how does 'recovery' play out in real life? We also lift the lid on the criminal aspect of the drug trade with a fantastic article by a British drug worker who has spent much time in Mexico’s financial hub Monterrey. He reports how the city has in the last five years become dominated by drug violence and its citizens scared to go outdoors. [Editor's abstract]|
|Note de contenu :||
• New drugs on block show increase despite falling market.
• Doctors say naloxone hand-outs are a "no-brainer".
• News focus: Riot special:
Youth guru Camila Batmanghelidjh and author Gavin Knight on the links between the August riots and the drug trade.
• Love conquers hate:
One woman's struggle to come in from a cocaine blizzard to the shelter of recovery. By Harry Shapiro.
• Land of the free:
Marcus Roberts discusses recent debates about 'recovery' in mental health, and asks whether too much consensus could be at odds with the concept's transformative potential and radical roots.
• Founding fathers:
The inspiration for the rising recovery movement in Britain has come from four Americans. Mark Gilman on the influence of Simpson, De Leon, White and McKnight.
• 4 Page pull-out:
Housing for recovery - findings from a DrugScope survey.
• Asset recovery:
An expanding network of current and former problem drug users will energise the recovery movement in the UK and create social entrepreneurs. By Alistair Sinclair.
• A social contract:
Treatment offers to get the dispossessed and addicted back into mainstream society, but for many this offer simply lacks credibility. Richard Phillips on how the recovery movement can offer people a tangible route out of addiction.
ASLO IN THIS ISSUE:
• Under the shadow of the drug lords:
The vibrant Mexican city of Monterrey is the country's financial hub. But as with a growing number of cities in Mexico, it is ceding control to the narco-traffickers. By Leadknife.
|Domaine :||Drogues illicites / Illicit drugs|