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Table 1 Mean total, domain and facet scores on the assessment of recovery capital scale

From: Social identity, social networks and recovery capital in emerging adulthood: A pilot study

Variable Current Study Mean (SD) Possible Range Mixed Treatment and Recovery Mean (SD)a Recovery Only Mean (SD)b
Social 14.30 (5.71) 0–25 14.63 (−)c 20.70 (4.40)*
 Substance Use & Sobriety 2.50 (1.50) 0–5 2.58 (1.43) NR
 Community Involvement 2.80 (1.32) 0–5 3.10 (1.70) NR
 Social Support 3.05 (1.70) 0–5 2.93 (1.67) NR
 Housing and Safety 3.15 (1.42) 0–5 2.87 (1.59) NR
 Meaningful Activities 2.80 (1.54) 0–5 3.15 (1.47) NR
Personal 15.80 (6.10) 0–25 16.62 (−)c 21.40 (3.40)*
 Psychological Health 3.00 (1.30) 0–5 3.44 (1.38) NR
 Physical Health 3.10 (1.77) 0–5 3.24 (1.60) NR
 Risk Taking 3.15 (1.27) 0–5 2.98 (1.33) NR
 Coping and Functioning 2.75 (2.05) 0–5 3.31 (1.58) NR
 Recovery Experience 3.80 (1.15) 0–5 3.65 (1.63) NR
Total 30.10 (11.42) 0–50 31.25 (11.54) 42.10 (8.00)*
  1. Note. Significant differences to current results at *p < .001 NR = Not Reported. aMixed treatment and recovery sample (n = 144), mean ages 35.1 (±12.3, treatment sample) and 41.5 years (±9.1, recovery sample), reported from Groshkova, T., Best, D., & White, W. (2012). The Assessment of Recovery Capital: Properties and psychometrics of a measure of addiction recovery strengths. Drug and Alcohol Review. bRecovery-only sample (n = 176), mean age 41.5 (±9.1) years, reported from Best, D., Honor, S., Karpusheff, J., Loudon, L., Hall, R., Groshkova, T., & White, W. (2012). Well-being and recovery functioning among substance users engaged in posttreatment recovery support groups. Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly, 30(4),397-406. cNot reported but calculated through summing the facets of each domain