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REFCON5 State of the State: Amy Reed’s Recovery Dharma Statement
This statement was given by Recovery Dharma transition team member Amy Reed on July 13, 2019 at Refcon5, during the "State of the State" session. Keeping reading for a full transcription of Amy's statement.
A message from the Recovery Dharma transition team
This program, like our recovery, is ours. And to shape it, we’ll need to use as much wisdom, caring, and effort as each of us brings to our own recovery. Recovery Dharma is based on the idea that every one of us is our own guide in recovery, with the help and understanding of our wise friends and sangha. We believe that’s what the Dharma teaches us. So it’s with joy that we extend an invitation to join together to develop our shared path, and to embrace the excitement of creating a truly grass-roots organization to support it.
Joint Statement Of The Board Of Directors Of Refuge Recovery And Noah Levine Et Al
As most are aware, the Board of Directors of Refuge Recovery and Noah have had differing views about the path forward. But neither claims to be the only authority on recovery from addiction.
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