UK Life in Recovery Survey 2015
Sheffield Hallam University and Action on Addiction are delighted to conduct the first nationwide survey designed to document the lives of people in recovery from addiction to alcohol and other drugs. While much is known about the many costs of addiction, we know very little about what happens in a person’s life in recovery. We are gathering this information to inform the public, policymakers, service planners and providers and the recovery community about the milestones that people achieve in recovery. The information will contribute to educating the public about recovery and to address discriminatory barriers facing people in or seeking recovery from addiction to alcohol and other drugs.
Anyone who considers themselves in recovery from alcohol and other drugs problems is encouraged to complete the survey. If you know other people who may also be interested in sharing their experiences for this important project, please send them the survey link and encourage them to participate.
Thanks so much!
The survey is being launched on Thursday 26th March 2015 and will remain open until Tuesday 30th June 2015.
The survey takes about 20 minutes to complete. All of your answers are completely confidential. Please right click over the link below and select open hyperlink in a new window:
If you would prefer a number of soft copies of the survey to be sent to you or your agency/ organisation, please get in touch.
We look forward to hearing from you.
Life in Recovery Survey 2015 team
Department of Law and Criminology, Sheffield Hallam University, 2.14 Heart of the Campus Building, Sheffield, S10 2BQ.