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Corbett Monica speaking at - Multnomah County the Board of Commissioners.
September 13, 2012



We are indeed honored and humbled by this recognition. "DDA has but one primary purpose, to carry its message of hope and recovery to those who ...still suffer from the effects of dual diagnosis." (5th Tradition) It has been, and will continue to be, what guides our fellowship as we endeavor to live up to the recognition bestowed upon us by PFR. Click HERE to read the article.
Dual Diagnosis hosted by Karen James

Host KAREN JAMES with Jeffrey Chilson, DDA Outreach Specialist; Corbett Monica of Dual Diagnosis Anonymous of Oregon; and Ginger Martin, Assistant Director, Department of Corrections Transitional Services

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Dual Diagnosis Anonymous of Oregon arrives in Sandy Peer support group emphasizes hope and recovery:

By Lisa K. Anderson The Sandy Post, Jan 10, 2012, Updated Jan 10, 2012.

This is the message Sandy resident Corbett Monica hopes to spread to his community

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Dual Diagnosis There's hope for those with mental health issues as well problems with addiction: published October 4, 2011 Barbara Schuetze, Contributor (linked with permission from myRegence.com). Corbett Monica has been clean and sober for 25 years. And now one of his missions in life is to let other people to know that recovery is possible...read the article here...

In 09/2009 DDA of Oregon was awarded the AMA Hope, Resilience & Recovery Outstanding Community Service-Organization Award ...take a look...


Dual Diagnosis Anonymous of Oregon article in Psychiatric Services August 2010: Corbett Monica, B.A., C.A.D.C. II, Robert E. Nikkel, M.S.W., Robert E. Drake, M.D., Ph.D.; Many people with addictions report that support from peer groups fosters recovery ...read entire article here...


Starting a Dual Diagnosis Anonymous Meeting: The Role of the Clinician

Common Knowledge Website

Due to the symptoms of mental illness, some individuals are not accepted or find it very difficult to engage in traditional 12-step groups, the most widely ...read entire article here...


Siuslaw News August 22nd, 2009

“New support group is resource for mental illness and addictions: Dual Diagnosis Anonymous offers peer support for mental illness and addictions”...read entire article here...


New Seaside group holds promise Dual Diagnosis Anonymous offers peer support for mental illness and addictions July 7th 2009.

If we're honest, we acknowledge them: every family has its cherished son, daughter, sister, brother, uncle, cousin battling the intertwined personal disasters of mental illness and substance addiction...read entire article here...


 

JOE GAMM — The Daily Astorian The Daily Astorian July 1st 2009.

SEASIDE - Corbett Monica, a Sandy man, suffers from mental illness and addiction, but has been sober for 23 years. And for those 23...read entire article here...

 


Great work, by great men!  (Corbett Monica and Bob Nikkel) By Kristian Foden-Vencil Forest Grove, OR  March 14, 2008.

OREGON found solutions to this problem of dual diagnosis.  At the Big Ship Turning, we see the Peer Support Rudder - Dual Diagnosis ... read entire article here...

 


Coming full circle: Rosanna Terrill’s Journey Into Sobriety News Times, Newport, Oregon February 8, 2008 By Elizabeth Chapman of the News-Times

“At 35 years old, I got addicted to methamphetamine. I hadn’t heard of it,” said Rosanna Terrill...read entire article here...


Article by as published by the on April 1st 2007

Since 1996, the DDA peer support group offers sessions in most of the western states, including Hawaii, and in other countries such as Great Britain and Canada...read entire article here...


Article by Sean Roush - (Hope for dual diagnosis) as published by McMinnville News Register on 06/24/2006

Anonymity is a core principle of all 12-step recovery programs, so I'll just call my friend "Doug." For years, he's gone to Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous meetings in McMinnville. He still does...read entire article here...


Article by Bob Nikkel as published by the Salem Statesman Journal on June 6th 2006

It’s an old idea with an exciting new energy behind it. And it holds promise for as many as 3,000 persons in Marion and Polk counties.

Let’s start with the idea: Nearly 20 years ago, when I was a clinical supervisor for Marion County, three mental health caseworkers approached me with similar client problems...read entire article here...


 

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