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Faces of Change: Do I Have a Problem With Alcohol or Drugs?

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This resource explores the lives of five characters living with different substance use disorder conditions. It illustrates the stages of change and the value of treatment, recovery, and motivational incentives. It also includes a change plan worksheet.

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SMA15-4174
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October 2015
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