The paradigm shift for parents with teens in drug and alcohol treatment. By Heather R. Hayes Keeping vigil in a hospital room with a family..
Marbeth Holmes at Nash Community College shows that a thriving collegiate recovery program can be a success at a non-residential college...
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An Interview with Keith Fierman Keith Fierman is Director of Family Support and Public Relations at Cirque Lodge in Provo, Utah. In the..
Foundation House in Maine takes recovery across international borders Jim P. was standing in the streets of Varanasi, India, surrounded by..
Addiction is cunning, baffling and powerful, and even after my surrender it kept trying to manipulate my mind to make me slip and destroy..
With the Creative Arts Program at Sober College, students don’t just learn how to draw or play the guitar. They learn to live..
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Want Change? Get Involved “Young adults have a powerful voice, and they should be encouraged to use it,” says Neely Carlton, a policy..
Virginia Commonwealth University’s Rams in Recovery is making major strides this year in helping students feel at home on campus.