Recovery Network is meant to be a platform for those who are in the process of recovery. Together.weinrecovery.org is not restricted to recovering addicts. It has useful information for all those who want to know more about addiction and for the professionals working in drug abuse prevention. It is meant to help people in recovery become productive members of society and to reclaim their rightful place in society. The effort is aimed at addressing a gap in the whole recovery of the person and to enable successfully recovering people to help their fellow recovering addicts. We in Recovery is a kind of online social network where one could find ways and means to understand how recovery happens and how to integrate with normal society.
It is a unique platform for those who are in the process of recovery.
The most difficult phase of recovery is after treatment and during the first year of recovery. This network is meant to share experience, strength & hope. It is primarily by addicts, for addicts & of addicts.
Very often addicts do not seek treatment for various reasons. This site is meant to help them too.It is for well wishers who would like to understand and help those facing the problem of addiction.
addictionsupport.aarogya.com will be useful only if all of you use it. The truth is that its value is directly proportional to its use.
Winner of the Manthan Award South Asia 2008 , E-Health category
Tushar has recovery experience of over 10 years. He has worked closely with NGO’s, Recovering people, UNODC, Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment and National Institute of Social Defence.
Being addicted is a painful experience. And if you have recovered from being an addict and want to recover and integrate with your neighbouring society, it is like a stringent effort. However, 'We in Recovery' is a social networking site of a different kind. It is an initiative in the field of helping people who are on path of recovery. It is an effort in providing a formal set up which helps people recovering from addiction to find support in their reintegration into society through issues like employment etc.
The project idea was conceived by Tushar Sampat of T-edge Solution Pvt. Ltd.
The project is supported by National Institute of Social Defence.
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Digital Knowledge Center (DKC) is an initiative of Digital Empowerment Foundation (DEF) & National Internet Exchange of India (NIXI) to function as an ‘Online repository’ of best digital contents for development in India and South Asia.
With the incoming of new technology in ICT and digital content technology along with various technology delivery platforms, a lot many interventions in digital content have been taking place in South Asia. Interventions are visible in all major areas – Education, Learning, Health, Governance, Entertainment, Localization, Commerce, Culture, Environment, Tourism, Infrastructure and so on. Creation of digital content, its deployment, service delivery and usage has increased each day.
While these developments are taking place, it is equally critical to have these interventions and practices shared, exchanged, and deployable from one place to another. For this to happen, one needs to have a resource bank available for learning, sharing and replication. Digital Knowledge Centre works as such a platform in audio-visual documentation format, which provides solutions to many of our social, economic, cultural and governance challenges.