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Recovery for residents who experience co-occurring problems and live in supported housing takes place in everyday contexts. This study aims to explore residents’ self-reported recovery and quality of life and examine the relationships between these factors and issues in supported...
Domestic abuse victimisation is a common experience among women with problematic substance use, but support provision for both issues is siloed within the UK. Research on the topic focuses on practitioner responses, dominating women’s voices within research, policy and practice. As such,...
The purpose of this paper is to explore and describe first-person experiences of relational recovery in co-occurring mental health and substance use conditions.Design/methodology/approachWithin a phenomenological and collaborative approach, in-depth individual interviews with eight persons with...
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