Why Participate?

I would recommend anyone who is in recovery to complete this important survey. I am encouraging all alumni of our residential addiction program to participate!

Daniel JordanDirectorSunshine Coast Health Center

Knowing who is attending our groups and what outcomes and impacts our groups have on each individual is important to us as an organization… Gathering, organizing and analyzing this information could not be done without the help of this survey

Michael WalshExecutive DirectorLifeRing Canada

Sober Together
A Survey on Peer-Support for
Problematic Alcohol Use

What has it been like to attend a peer-support group
to help you with problematic alcohol use?
Were you able to form relationships with other group members?
Does your life feel different today than it did before attending
peer-support groups?

Peer-support programs for problematic alcohol use provide some individuals with the opportunity to form quality relationships with other group members. We are interested in learning more about the relationships you may have formed with other group members and how those relationships may have impacted your own experiences in recovery. Please take this rare opportunity to reflect upon your peer-support experiences, while also helping researchers learn more about the peer-support recovery process.


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