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SAMHSA News - March/April 2005, Volume 13, Number 2

In Recovery? Know Your Rights

Are You in Recovery? Know Your RightsFor general guidance on the legal rights of individuals with alcohol or drug problems, Are You in Recovery? Know Your Rights informs people in recovery of their rights, including Federal laws that protect them from discrimination in employment and job training, housing, Government services and programs, health care, and education.

This 15-page brochure lets readers know what they can do to prevent or remedy violations to their rights and overcome barriers due to current or past drug- or alcohol-related problems. NCADI No. PHD1091. End of Article

This publication is available from SAMHSA’s National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug Information. Call 1 (800) 729-6686 or 1 (800) 487-4889 TDD (for the hearing impaired), or visit www.samhsa.govEnd of Table

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SAMHSA News - March/April 2005, Volume 13, Number 2




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