SLH

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AcronymDefinition
SLHSmall Luxury Hotels (website)
SLHShangri-La Hotel (various locations)
SLHSolera Holdings Inc. (San Ramon, CA)
SLHShift Left High
SLHState Laboratory of Hygiene (also seen as WSLH; Madison, Wisconsin)
SLHSpeech-Language-Hearing (various locations)
SLHShiloh
SLHSint Lievens Houtem (Dutch-speaking municipality; Belgium)
SLHSanta Lucia Highlands (California wine region)
SLHSt Luke's Hospital
SLHSanta's Little Helper (The TV Simpsons' Dog)
SLHSledgeHammer (subwoofer)
SLHSouth London Harriers
SLHState and Local Hospitalization (Virginia)
SLHSpring Lake Heights (Spring Lake Heights, NJ )
SLHSouth Liverpool Housing (UK)
SLHS-Layer Homology
SLHSan Lazaro Hospital (Manila, Philippines)
SLHStanford Le Hope (Essex, England)
SLHSenior Legal Hotline
SLHSession Laws of Hawaii
SLHShe's Leaving Home (Beatles song)
SLHStandard Life Healthcare
SLHSutter Lakeside Hospital (Lakeport, CA)
SLHSouth Lake High (Lake County, Florida)
SLHSatterwhite Log Homes
SLHSea Level Height
SLHStub Loaded Helix
SLHStill Laughing Hysterically
SLHState/Local Hospitalization Program
SLHStavanger Lille Hotel (Norway)
SLHSociété Lorraine d'Habitat (French)
SLHService-Linked Housing (program)
SLHSaving Little Hearts (Knoxville, Tennessee)
SLHSemi Long Haired (cats)
SLHSola Airport (Sola, Vanuatu)
SLHStateline, Harvey's, California (Amtrak station code)
SLHSteve Lewis Hamilton (betting website)
SLHSober Living Houses
SLHSuperhero League of Hoboken (gaming)
SLHSublethal Hemorrhage
SLHSouthern Learning Hub (Wickham, Hampshire, UK)
SLHSiu Lam Hospital (Hong Kong)
SLHStedman Lecture Halls (York University, Toronto, Canada)
SLHSings Like Hell (Peter Case music album)
SLHSpectral Latent Heating
SLHStrongly Locally Homogeneous (mathematics)
SLHSingle Living Hinge
SLHSouth Lakes Housing (UK)
SLHSurf Line Hawaii (apparel brand)
SLHSenior League Hockey
SLHSwitch-Linearity Hybrid
SLHSchool Lane House (Philadelphia, PA apartments)
SLHSears Line Haul (Sears Canada; trucking division; est. 1971)
SLHSummerland Trout Hatchery (BC, Canada)
SLHShawn L Harrison (Enterprises, LLC)
SLHSurvival's Last Hope (online gaming community)
SLHSell Like Hell (sales system)
SLHStiletto Home Cradle
SLHSapphire Lutheran Homes
SLHSinocrassula Indica
SLHSmall Luxury Houses
SLHSubcortical Laminar Heterotopia
SLHSpecial Lighting Hungary Ltd (Budapest, Hungary)
SLHStyrka-Ledarskap-Helhet (Goteborg, Sweden)
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Sober living houses for alcohol and drug dependence: 18-month outcomes.
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What did we learn from our study on sober living houses and where do we go from here?
0 NS Great or Moderate TABLE 3 Knowledge about Sober Living Houses Scale Items Alcohol and Drug Mental Health Counselors Therapists (N = 85) (N = 49) Mean (SD) Mean (SD) Likert Scale Items Perceived Level of Knowledge 4.
The impact of AA on nonprofessional substance abuse recovery programs and sober living houses.
drug courts and parole officers), sober living house staff, employers, treatment professionals, and clergy, the vast majority of the confrontations described were those received from family, friends, substance-using peers, and peers in recovery.
First is to summarize key outcomes from our study, "An Evaluation of Sober Living Houses," which was a five-year study funded by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) (i.
Retention of residents in the sober living houses was excellent.
On average, residents used substances for about three of the six months before entering the sober living houses.
Sober living houses are an excellent example of an underutilized modality that could help provide clean and sober living environments to individuals completing residential treatment, engaging in outpatient programs, leaving incarceration, or seeking alternatives to formal treatment.