Central Recovery Press
CENTRAL RECOVERY PRESS (CRP) is a full-service publishing and intellectual property clearinghouse specializing in chronic pain and recovery, addiction and recovery reference and other behavioral healthcare books. Our publications are written specifically for recovering individuals and their families; chronic pain, addiction and other behavioral health professionals; treatment facilities; and the general public. CRP titles are distributed to the trade by Consortium Book Sales and Distribution in North America and by Deep Books in the UK, EU, Ireland and Scandinavia and Footprint Books in Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and Papua-New Guinea.
FOR INDIVIDUALS AND FAMILY.
Central Recovery Press (CRP) is committed to publishing exceptional materials addressing addiction treatment and recovery, chronic pain treatment and recovery, and the full spectrum of behavioral healthcare topics. Our publications are written specifically for recovering individuals and their families; chronic pain, addiction, and other behavioral health professionals; treatment facilities; and the general public.RECOVERY FIRST.
We consider ourselves a recovery company first, a publishing house second. We believe in taking a personal approach with our authors, our colleagues, and our readers, always looking to build lasting and meaningful relationships that are based on our shared values and principles.A BROADER VIEW.
Our mission is to shift the prevailing understanding of addiction toward a paradigm of one disease with many manifestations, offering a broader view of recovery to a more diverse audience. We understand, and research supports, that addiction is a primary, complex, and chronic brain disease, not a moral failing, character weakness, or vice. The differences among substances or behaviors are not as important as the similarities among those who are seeking recovery. We believe behavioral health refers to the reciprocal relationship between human behavior and physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual well-being, and we support the twelve-step model of recovery. The works we choose to publish reflect these viewpoints.
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