The WinR Addiction Advocacy Research Program
The Rutgers Center of Alcohol & Substance Use Studies (CAS) launched the Wellness in Recovery (WinR) Addiction Advocacy Research Program July 2021. The WinR Project Director is Dr. Margaret Swarbrick; Co-Director Dr. Denise Hien; and WinR Program Faculty Dr. Alexandria Bauer. On June 10 2022 at the Rutgers Inn we hosted a conference to highlight the CAS WinR co produced projects.
The aim is to promote healing and ensure vibrant healthy communities, bringing important new perspectives into our Center.
Check here for periodic program updates.
WinR Project Updates
Brandow, C. L. Investigating Relevance: The Eight Dimensions of Wellness and Young Black Adults.
Lalwani, T. Assessing Feasibility of Behavioral Technologies Through a Community-Engaged Pilot Trial of Detrauma: An App-Based Trauma Intervention Using Narrative Exposure Therapy.
Swarbrick, M., Bauer, A., Di Bello, A. Wellness in 8 D Inventory.
WinR Community Advisory Board Members (2021-2022)
Meet the WinR Community Advisory Board (click to PDF)
On June 10, 2022 we hosted a conference at the Rutgers Inn, New Brunswick, NJ to share emerging knowledge and inspire collective action among people in recovery and supporters focused on wellness program development research and advocacy.