Relapse Prevention
Triggers
Education
Medication
Extra
100
Possible threats to someone's recovery?
A. Living with someone who uses B. Hanging out with old friends who use C. Not Having Sober Support System D. Thinking it is okay to use "Just once" E. All of the above
100
1. People 2. Places 3. Things
What are triggers?
100
Uncontrolled craving for a substance; loss of control; use despite negative consequences; chronic biological disease; physiological and psychological dependence, need to use more and more to achieve same effects.
What is addiction?
100
Three therapeutic effects of buprenorphine/naloxone.
What are 1. Blocks opiate cravings 2. Blocks euphoric effects of opiates 3. Helps manage symptoms of withdrawal
100

What should you do any time you see a physician outside of Groups Recover Together?

What is notify that physician you are prescribed buprenorphine?

200
Identify the best tool for time management when first starting recovery.
What is scheduling?
200
A thought or feeling that can create a craving to use drugs or alcohol?
What is an internal trigger?
200
Information or emergency kit to help an individual not use that includes sober contacts, sober recreational activities and a list of support meetings.
What is a relapse prevention plan?
200
The name of the injectable medication to assist with recovery.
What is Vivitrol?
200

The first and perhaps most important rule during groups.

What is confidentiality?

300
The percentage of patients using buprenorphine/naloxone that relapse without concurrent counseling and/or other services?
What is 90%?
300
Gas Stations, Old Friends, Neighborhoods, and Water Bottles.
What are external triggers?
300
Specific, measurable, attainable, realistic, and timely goals.
What are SMART Goals?
300
The most dangerous type of drug to take with buprenorphine or other opiates.
What are benzodiazepenes?
300

The referral source at Groups that helps find assistance with transportation, finding a mental health referral, or establishing a Primary Care Physician .

What is Case Navigation?

400
Acronym to remember high risk situations to avoid (hungry, angry, lonely, tired).
What is H.A.L.T.?
400
A one time use versus continued use after entering a period of recovery.
What is lapse v. relapse?
400
To create a healthy and sober lifestyle.
What is the goal of recovery?
400
A semi-synthetic partial agonist derived from thebaine to assist a person to stop using opiates.
What is buprenorphine?
400
What is 800-683-8313?

What is Groups Crisis Line Number?

500
Five skills learned in treatment to overcome cravings and triggers.
What are: Relapse Prevention Plan, Distraction, Meditation, Sober Friends, and contacting counselor.
500
Difference between urge and craving.
What is a feeling of need versus a feeling of want/desire?
500
The set of skills a patient uses to avoid and/or manage triggers and cravings.
What are coping skills?
500
An opioid blocker usually used in conjunction with buprenorphine.
What is Naloxone?
500

The tool that focuses on member goals and objectives that can show progress in treatment.

What is a care plan?

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