Clients work their way to recovery from addiction | | Asheville Citizen-Times

Choosing, getting and keeping a job as a means to sustain recovery from addiction is the mainstay of a new East Carolina University service and research project called Project Working Recovery.

The innovative program assists recovering substance abusers with resume preparation, job searches, mock interviews and other work-related skills, a complement to standard substance abuse treatment. It is run by graduate and doctoral students and Dr. Paul Toriello, associate professor in the Department of Rehabilitation Studies, and funded by the Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust. Story continues here ➤