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1. Ethnicity (please check as many boxes as you feel apply to you):
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Count
African American
3.1%15
Hispanic
4.9%24
Caucasian
93.2%454
Pacific Islander
0.2%1
Asian
1.0%5
Native American
1.4%7
Other (please specify)
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2. Gender:
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Response
Count
Male
57.3%291
Female
42.7%217

3. Age:
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Percent
Response
Count
Less than 20 0.0%0
20-29
4.5%23
30-39
11.0%56
40-49
31.0%158
50-59
36.5%186
60-69
13.6%69
70 or older
3.3%17

4. Level of Education:
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Percent
Response
Count
Less than 9th grade
0.4%2
9th-12th grade, no completion
1.6%8
High School
5.1%26
Some college, no degree
27.3%139
Associate Degree
9.8%50
Bachelor's Degree
23.3%119
Master's Degree
21.2%108
Professional Degree
6.3%32
Doctorate
5.1%26

5. How long have you been participating in SMART Recovery?
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Percent
Response
Count
Less than six months
38.4%193
Six months to eleven months
15.1%76
1 to 1.5 Years
12.7%64
1.5 to 2 Years
6.8%34
2 Years to 3 Years
9.5%48
More than 3 Years
17.5%88

6. Have you read the SMART Recovery Handbook?
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Percent
Response
Count
Completely
32.7%166
Mostly
18.9%96
Some
18.7%95
Have not read the Handbook
29.7%151

7. If you have read the SMART Handbook, what section was most helpful to you?
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Percent
Response
Count
Section One: Introduction to SMART Recovery
9.3%32
Section Two: Getting Started – Meetings and Online Support
2.3%8
Section Three: Point One – Building and Maintaining Motivation
11.7%40
Section Four: Point Two – Coping With Urges
16.3%56
Section Five: Point 3 – Self Management of Thoughts, Feelings, and Behaviors
47.2%162
Section Six: Point 4 – Finding Lifestyle with a Balance
10.8%37
Section Seven: Appendices
2.3%8

8. I found the SMART Recovery Handbook easy to read and understand:
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Percent
Response
Count
Strongly Agree
39.7%142
Agree
58.4%209
Disagree
2.0%7
Strongly Disagree 0.0%0

9. The SMART Recovery Handboook was helpful to my own personal recovery?
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Percent
Response
Count
Strongly Agree
29.3%98
Agree
61.7%206
Disagree
7.8%26
Strongly Disagree
1.2%4

10. Which of the following tools have you personally used? (Check as many as apply).
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Percent
Response
Count
Change Plan Worksheet
37.4%153
ABCs/REBT
76.0%311
Brainstorming
24.4%100
Cost/Benefit Analysis
79.2%324
DISARM
39.4%161
Role Play/Rehearsal
15.4%63
Urge Log
16.6%68
Thinking Errors
39.1%160
Unconditional Self Acceptance
46.5%190
Goal Setting Worksheet
36.7%150
Hierarchy of Values
31.5%129

11. I read the News and Views newsletter:
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Response
Count
Always and completely
16.3%79
Usually or some
40.5%196
Rarely
13.4%65
Have not read
29.8%144

12. I find the News & Views newsletter helpful to my personal recovery:
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Percent
Response
Count
Strongly Agree
13.7%46
Agree
63.0%211
Disagree
20.0%67
Strongly Disagree
3.3%11

13. I found out about SMART Recovery through (choose as many as apply):
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Percent
Response
Count
Legal System or Courts
3.1%13
Counselor
25.4%106
Friend/Family
12.7%53
Internet
60.9%254
Newspaper Article
0.2%1
Advertisement
3.1%13
Special Event/Expo
1.7%7
Other (please specify)
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14. I use the following SMART Recovery Resources (check all that apply):
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Percent
Response
Count
Face-to-face meetings
49.0%217
Online meetings
35.0%155
Message Boards
40.0%177
24/7 Chat room
28.4%126
Documents on website
63.4%281
Other (please specify)
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15. I attend SMART Recovery face-to-face or on-line meetings:
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Percent
Response
Count
1 x per month
14.0%66
2 x per month
7.0%33
1 x per week
24.8%117
2 x per week
8.9%42
3 x per week
2.3%11
More than 3 x per week
3.6%17
Never
39.3%185

16. My meeting facilitator is a professional counselor/therapist?
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Percent
Response
Count
Yes
26.7%90
No
73.3%247

17. We use SMART Recovery Tools in our meetings:
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Percent
Response
Count
Strongly Agree
42.0%144
Agree
48.7%167
Disagree
5.8%20
Strongly Disagree
3.5%12

18. I think that I could easily learn how to facilitate my SMART Recovery meeting:
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Percent
Response
Count
Strongly Agree
36.7%141
Agree
48.4%186
Disagree
12.0%46
Strongly Disagree
2.9%11

19. I would be willing to facilitate SMART Recovery meetings:
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Percent
Response
Count
Strongly Agree
32.1%125
Agree
39.0%152
Disagree
23.8%93
Strongly Disagree
5.1%20

20. Please indicate which best describes your level of religiosity:
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Percent
Response
Count
I believe in a personal God or a Higher Power who can intervene in my life to take away my defects and change me. (Theist)
10.2%48
I believe in God or a Higher Power who created the world and gave me the power and ability to change myself. (Deist)
35.0%164
I believe in a Higher Power or Force in everything, but not One who made me special, intervenes in lives or grants miracles. (Pan-deist)
13.4%63
I believe in many Gods. (Polytheist)
2.1%10
I’m not sure whether or not there is a God or Higher Power. (Agnostic)
16.2%76
I don’t believe in any gods or higher powers or other supernatural beings. (Non-Theist)
23.0%108
Other (please specify)
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21. My above-noted level of religiosity (Question #20) impacts my relationship with SMART Recovery:
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Percent
Response
Count
Strongly agree
18.4%86
Agree
39.1%183
Disagree
28.2%132
Strongly Disagree
14.3%67

22. I believe that addiction is a disease:
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Percent
Response
Count
Strongly agree
15.5%77
Agree
15.5%77
Unsure
27.2%135
Disagree
23.1%115
Strongly Disagree
18.7%93

23. In addition to SMART Recovery meetings, I also participate in (check all that apply):
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Percent
Response
Count
AA (or other 12-step programs)
85.2%150
Women for Sobriety
11.9%21
Secular Organizations for Sobriety
9.1%16
LifeRing
10.2%18
Other (please specify other meetings you attend)
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24. In addition to attending SMART Recovery meetings, I also (check all that apply):
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Response
Count
Facilitate or host face-to-face meetings
65.3%115
Facilitate or host online meetings
10.8%19
Volunteer in the online chat rooms
11.9%21
Volunteer on the message boards
12.5%22
Participate in local outreach efforts
28.4%50
Volunteer in another capacity (please specify)
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25. Country in which I reside:
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