Film from William L White London talk in 2009 (organised by Action on Addiction and Wired In) on addiction recovery. Includes recovery advocacy, recovery communities, recovery management and treatment. [6 clips]
Recovery on Film
Three films from Connecticut Community of Addiction Recovery (CCAR) on the healing power of recovery, making recovery visible and recovery walks. [3 clips]
Featuring The Anonymous People documentary from US, and films from the UK Recovery Academy, RIOT Radio, recoverees in Doncaster and The Basement Recovery Project in Halifax [5 clips].
David, who is in recovery himself, uses film to empower people – here’s a selection of his work [6 clips]
A selection focused on drugs, addiction, recovery, treatment and life [3 clips]
Film clips showing that family members of a person with drug and alcohol addiction develop their own problems from which they need recovery. [3 clips]
With the release of The Anonymous People documentary film, Faces & Voices of Recovery and their partners are collaborating to launch a new campaign, ManyFaces1Voice, to engage and mobilize the newly emerging constituency to transform public attitudes and policies affecting people seeking or in recovery from addiction to alcohol and other drugs.
Pat is a leading mental health recovery advocate, as well as psychologist and researcher [4 clips]
Film clips of Phil Valentine, Executive Director of CCAR, discussing addiction recovery, recovery-based care, and recovery communities. [9 clips]
Talk given by Phil Valentine of CCAR in Cardiff, UK 2011 where he discusses recovery, recovery-based care and recovery communities. [5 clips]
Films of the plenary talks at the 2012 Refocus on Recovery conference in London. Includes mental health recovery advocates Mark Ragins and Mike Slade.
What is does it mean being in recovery? Film made by mental health recoveree and involves four people diagnosed with schizophrenia. [2 clips]
Filmed stories of Noreen Oliver, Ed Mitchell, Tovah Cottle, David McCollum and more [8 clips]