September is Pain Awareness Month
The U.S. Pain Foundation has chosen “unity” as the theme for this year’s Pain Awareness Month, using the hashtag #PainWarriorsUnite. The organization is also encouraging everyone to use a frame…
September Is National Recovery Month
National Recovery Month takes place in September. Learn how you can help celebrate individuals in recovery and spread awareness for substance use disorders.
5 Tips From Powerful Women Leaders In Recovery
She Recovers shares a powerful message: women can and do recover, that their pain is useful, and that they’re capable of changing the world.
Celebrating Doesn’t Have to Include Drinking
Celebrating holidays with alcohol may be viewed as a social norm, but it is important to remember that drugs and alcohol are not necessary in order to celebrate.
Running for Recovery: Run/Walk to Raise Addiction Awareness
The Mind, Body & Soul Recovery Run is slated for 8:30 a.m. on Nov. 3 at Baldwin Park in Orlando, Florida. The event will benefit regional recovery communities.
Red Ribbon Week: How You Can Combat Addiction
Red Ribbon Week takes place Oct. 23–31. Throughout the week, people can attend anti-drug events and spread awareness for drug and alcohol use disorders.
New Eric Clapton Documentary Gets Real about Addiction
Recovery from drug and alcohol addiction, even for the superstars and icons in this world, is ultimately more about personal redemption than it is about being acceptable to society.
Russell Brand Credits Spirituality with His Addiction Recovery Success
Addiction recovery is always a personal journey. After all, if there were a prescribed path that would take someone from addiction to sustained recovery every time, everyone would use it.