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RSNRecovery Support Network (various organizations)
RSNResort Sports Network
RSNReal Soon Now
RSNRed Sox Nation
RSNRacing Sports Network (cars)
RSNRegional Sports Network
RSNRenal Support Network
RSNResult Set Name
RSNRemote Server Name
RSNRobust Secure Network
RSNRepublic of Singapore Navy
RSNRobust Security Network (802.11i standard)
RSNResidual Soil Nitrogen (agriculture)
RSNRobust Surface Navigation
RSNRole Specialist Nation (US DoD)
RSNRefuser Solidarity Network
RSNRadio Salaam Namaste (Indian radio station; Irving, TX)
RSNRat Sciatic Nerve
RSNRaytheon Services, Nevada (Las Vegas, Nevada)
RSNRelease Sequence Number
RSNRéseau Sécurité Naissance (French: Birth Safety Network)
RSNRegroupement pour la Surveillance du Nucléaire (French: Coalition for Nuclear Responsibility; Canada)
RSNRemote Services Node
RSNRecord Serial Number
RSNRoad Safety Network
RSNRole Specialization Nation (NATO)
RSNR-Smart Network
RSNRoyal Swazi National Airways Corp, Swaziland (ICAO code)
RSNRetraite Sportive Nogentaise (French senior citizen exercise association)
RSNReference Serial Number
RSNRegistered Surgical Nurse
RSNReference Symbol Number
RSNRetrofit Service Notice (aviation)
RSNRotary Separation Nut
RSNRadio Sorbonne Nouvelle (French college radio station; University of New Sorbonne; Paris, France)
RSNRegional Service Node
RSNRadioprotection et Sûreté Nucléaire (French: Nuclear Safety and Radiation Protection)
RSNResidential Service Network
RSNRèglement Relatif à la Sécurité des Navires (French: Ship Safety Regulations)
RSNReadable Serial Number
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These efforts have led to the creation of the largest recovery support network in the country.
Clearly, deliberate attention may be needed to help younger adults in AA to form personal bonds within their AA group and to assist them in connecting with a recovery support network, better promoting their recovery and maintenance of sobriety.
A key component of clinical services at Anchor Learning Academy links students to a larger recovery support network that is accessible outside of school and after graduation.
The author makes radical recommendations such as residential drug-consumption facilities and peer recovery support networks for antisocial addicts.