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A Recovery High School in Northeastern Ohio

A recent article in the Plain Dealer profiled Recovery House, a university-owned student residence on the campus of Case Western Reserve University for students in recovery from substance abuse.  Recovery House was opened in 2004 and is part of a small but growing trend among colleges and universities to provide a supportive environment for students […]

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CWRU Hosts Association of Recovery Schools Annual Conference

The University Counseling Services and its division of Prevention & Recovery Services of CWRU is very excited to offer a Continuing Education opportunity for mental health professionals and scholars interested in issues relating to addiction, recovery and education in young adults. You are invited to the CWRU campus on July 20 -22, 2011 for the […]

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A Recovery High School, Cont’d.

On Sunday, February 20th, the Plain Dealer carried a front-page story on the rising rate of deaths due to accidental drug overdoses.  The article reveals that about one quarter of the overdose deaths in Cuyahoga County in 2009 were people 30 years or younger, and carried the story of a sixteen-year-old heroin user who sought […]

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Teaching College Kids to Pilot Their Own Helicopter.

In his blog,  “The Answer Sheet,” Marvin Krislov, the President of Oberlin College, discusses the current phenomenon of “helicopter parents” dropping kids off at college.   To read the article,  follow this link,  Helicopter parents, to Krislov’s blog,    Any comments?

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