Post-Acute Withdrawal

Post-acute withdrawal (PAW) refers to symptoms that occur after acute withdrawal. These symptoms can be psychological and mood-related that can continue after acute withdrawal symptoms have gone away. Join us to learn the various symptoms of PAW, triggers that may increase PAW symptoms and how you can manage them to avoid a lapse or relapse.

Post-Acute Withdrawal Video
Post-Acute Withdrawal Handouts

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