If your circumstances make it difficult to attend an addiction recovery meeting in person, learn about resources to find online recovery meetings.
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…
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The demands of their profession combined with easy access to narcotics puts nurses at a high risk of substance abuse and addiction. Fortunately, recovery is possible.
A community in Wisconsin celebrates people who are in addiction recovery through an event called the July Jubilee. Find out how events like these raise awareness and prevent addiction.
A new state-sponsored television program aims to reduce the stigma surrounding drug addiction and broadcast resources for addiction recovery.
September is National Recovery Month. This time puts a focus on recovery stories, education about addiction and sober events and recovery support.
Red Ribbon Week 2019 is a wonderful opportunity to teach young people about the dangers of substance abuse and assist people who are currently addicted.
Learn about the life and death of Austin Eubanks, and what we can learn from him about recovery and relapse for helping people struggling with addiction.
Sober bars are on the rise, serving nonalcoholic beverages and offering a different kind of nightlife where people who don’t drink can gather and have fun.
Kentucky prison provides inmates with substance abuse treatment while incarcerated using research-backed mental health processes to help them overcome addiction.
The BeanStock Music Festival promotes sober fun and encourages people to seek treatment for substance use disorder. Find out how.
A set of before-and-after transformation photos went viral, which highlighted the difference for a Tennessee couple in recovery from meth addiction.
With the growing popularity of peer recovery coaches, Massachusetts is recommending new licensing requirements and credentials for the role.
Social support is crucial during recovery. Peer coaching can help keep people in recovery motivated and dedicated to their goals.
What kind of job options are available to those recovering from addiction? Find out how people in recovery are finding employment in the food industry.
A program in Delaware helps people in recovery participate in work opportunities and pairs them with resources for permanent employment.
Staying sober in summer can be challenging, but you don’t have to miss out on all of the fun. Here are five fun alcohol-free activities for hot summer nights.
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.