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The Next Step Toward a Better Life (Khmer/Cambodian Version)

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Based on TIP 45
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Describes the stages of recovery from alcohol and drug abuse and what to expect after leaving detoxification services. Offers guidance in adjusting to sobriety just after detox and through long-term recovery; discusses legal issues; and lists resources.

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SMA16-4474KHMER
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April 2016
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