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Being A Drug Addict Should Not Be A Crime,
Locking One Up Should Be
Addicts Need Treatment, Not Incarceration
CHOOPER’S GUIDE is Proud to Partner with the Following Addiction Industry Leaders
We are committed to Advocacy, Health and Public Policy Reform and the Recovery Movement and are proud to be an active member of this incredible organization.
Choopers Guide is committed to the principals and practices of Harm reduction and is a proud supporter of the Maine Harm Reduction Alliance
Taking it to the streets. Inner city Detroit should have a moment of silence for this program everyday. They do what very few organizations do and do it with passion, commitment and professionalism. They serve the forgotten hardcore and homeless.
The Global leader in social media and online meetings for the Recovery Community. Kudos!! This site connects hundreds of thousands of people in recovery worldwide.
Chooper's Guide and Chooper's Foundation have launched a campaign to purchase a mobile Harm Reduction vehicle to provide clean syringes, HEP C/HIV testing and treatment referrals in Maine.
It is an honor to be a strategic partner with Orion Bionetworks, a pioneer in computational modeling in neuroscience - accelerating discovery of the next-generation of diagnostics, treatments and cures for brain disorders.
It is an honor to partner with The Kennedy Forum a group of dedicated addiction and mental health professionals, that work tirelessly to influence policy to change in the way mental health and addictions are treated in our healthcare system.
For over two decades, these folks have focused on improving access to and quality of treatment. . Strategic planning and education are their long suits. They sponsor the CCSAD, WCSAD and C.O.R.E and aXis Summit conferences
One of our first partnerships, we are indebted to Lisa Frederiksen for her contributions to the industry and to Chooper's Guide.
As the Pay-It-Forward Patron of the West Coast Symposium on Addictive Disorders (WCSAD), a C4 Recovery Solutions event, Chooper’s Guide is honored to offer a limited number of scholarships to WCSAD 2015
Choopers Guide is proud to partner with the The National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers. NAATP is the Leading Voice of the Addiction Treatment industry and a trail blazer in education, advocacy, treatment standards and research.
We believe that there is no way to determine Best Practices unless you can measure outcomes. MAP does just that. Get ready to raise the bar in the industry.
Choopers Guide is proud to be the selected preferred addiction treatment and information resource partner for The Association For Addiction Professionals
The Last Frontier. Neuroscience. We are proud to partner with Patrick Kennedy to promote awareness of neuroscience in addiction and comorbidity.
America Honors Recovery is the addiction recovery community’s annual awards event to recognize the over 20 million Americans in recovery and recovery community organizations.
Stigma, shame, denial - tears, desperation, despair...
Brain and addiction research - hope, abstinence, recovery
We believe that alcoholism and drug addiction are brain diseases.
We believe that the disease of addiction (whether it is an addiction to alcohol or prescription or illegal drugs) is treatable.
We believe that not only is recovery is possible, it is a reality.
We believe in equal access to treatment and that there is no “one” or “right” way to do treatment.
We believe that alcoholism and drug addiction are medical not moral or legal problems.
We believe that the drug war was ill conceived, that it has failed and that it is one of the greatest social justice issues of this century.
We believe that the stigma society attaches to alcoholism and drug addiction perpetuates and escalates the problem.
We believe that alcoholism and drug addiction are chronic diseases and those afflicted should be treated with the same level of care and dignity as those with other chronic diseases, eg., diabetes or hypertension.
We believe that understanding the five key risk factors for developing the diseases of alcoholism and drug addiction (genetics, social environment, childhood trauma, mental illness and early use) is critical.
We believe that inappropriate referrals result in higher recidivism rates.
We believe that no one should have to die from alcoholism and drug addiction.