Below you will find resources that will help you throughout your recovery. You can download and print them off to maximise your recovery.
Specific Task Or Activity Weekly Planner
This checklist style planner allows you to tick off specific tasks or activities. This checklist can be expanded to include anything that you need to ensure gets done on a daily or weekly basis.
Fellowship Style Daily Planner/Reminder Checklist
This daily planner/routine is based on a fellowship (AA, NA, CA) style design. You have the option to track appointments, create a gratitude list, box for tracking your Step work and others.
Simple Weekly Planner
This basic weekly routine planner can be used to track activities, achievements, appointments, tasks to do or simply for reminders. It is divided into days across the top and hours/time down the side
This file will allow you to download & create your own alcohol calculator wheel. It will allow you to track how many units you are drinking as well as calories and other information based on the type of drink you are drinking and its strength
This file will allow you to download & complete your own drink diary
Diet & Nutrition
This file will give you a 50 page PDF, guiding you through diet, nutrition and meal planning for those still in active addiction, those coming into recovery and those already in recovery
This file will give you a list of the most effective vitamins, minerals & supplements when in active addiction or entering into recovery
This file will give you a downloadable PDF guide to implementing and running an effective, supportive drug & alcohol abuse/addiction support program and policy for your staff & employees
This file will give you a downloadable PDF guide from ACAS to managing alcohol & drug misuse in the work environment as well as tips, tools and ideas to help and support your staff and employees to maximise their care and your staff productivity
This file will give you a downloadable PDF guide from Broadway Lodge to managing alcohol & drug misuse in the work place as well as tips, tools and ideas to help and support your staff and employees
Overdose & First Aid
This file will allow you to download a guide to put someone into the recovery position following an injury, illness or overdose
This file will give you facts & statistics for drug related deaths across the UK
Here is a link to the World Health Organisation (WHO) about substance use disorders and suicide for addicts, friends and families of addicts, general public, healthcare professionals and government. You can access the site by clicking here.
The American Association Of Suicidology provide help, support and free resources for those who feel suicidal, friends and family, healthcare professionals and government. You can find them by clicking this link here.
This file will give you an infographic which explains how the brain works in relation to addiction and what can be done to help repair the damage from chronic addiction
Survey’s & Government Documents
This file will give you a PDF version of the complete results and findings from the UK Governments survey, asking others how they judge other people based on the amount of control they perceive the person to have over things like drug and alcohol addiction and personality traits
This file will give you a PDF version of the complete results and findings from the UK Governments survey, asking When it comes down to issues like addiction and obesity, do you believe the reasons why people find themselves in these situations tends to be down to personal choice (e.g. the behaviour could be different if the person was willing to change) or due to factors beyond an individual’s control (e.g. the behaviour is dictated more by genetics, upbringing etc?
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This file will give you a PDF version of Drug Wise’s drug history timeline
This File Will Give You A 73 Page Anti Stigma Toolkit
This File Will Give You Our Talking Cheat Sheet
Homelessness & Rough Sleeping
This link will give you a report from Crisis, looking at how we can all overcome and end rough Sleeping & homelessness
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