abuse recovery

abuse recovery

a nursing outcome from the Nursing Outcomes Classification (NOC) defined as extent of healing following physical or psychological abuse that may include sexual or financial exploitation. See also Nursing Outcomes Classification.
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Meanwhile, a Virginia congregation called the Richmond Outreach Center leads the way in providing biblically-based substance abuse recovery programs.
Sober for approximately 25 years, Lasher has emerged as an active leader in creating alcohol and substance abuse recovery opportunities for individuals in the music industry.
CUTLINE: (1) Seated below "My Living Pledge," this 16-year-old graduate of the Motivating Youth Recovery program is now in a longer-term residential substance abuse recovery program at Highland Grace House in Worcester.
Keating, executive director of the Montachusett Veterans Outreach Center, said the federal money is very good news for the center, which houses veterans in studio apartments and single rooms and runs a substance abuse recovery program.
In addition to housing, Bell Shelter provides nutritious meals, case management, counseling, on-site health care & medical referrals, ESL classes, HIV/AIDS education, 12-step substance abuse recovery program, computer training, job training and referrals and life skills classes.
Located in a 50,000-square-foot former warehouse in an industrial area of Bell, The Salvation Army Bell Shelter operates a four-phase social services program that includes an emergency shelter, skills training, transitional housing and substance abuse recovery for 350 homeless men and women.
In addition to the help provided during the holiday season, donations made to the red kettles help the Army provide more than 10 million nights of shelter; nearly 57 million meals; and programming such as substance abuse recovery, after-school programs, and emergency shelter for children and families in need year-round.
That program combines facets of traditional substance abuse recovery with adventure-therapy and Native cultural activities.
The program is aimed for recovering individual who are undergoing substance abuse recovery and works in tangent with the programs.
The plan by VIP and InterContinental would apparently demolish a 10,000-square-foot building on the site constructed in 1979, and long used as a clinic by the substance abuse recovery nonprofit Serenity Lane Health Services.

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