No one wakes up one day and decides he or she wants to have an addiction or disorder. It begins with that sly little voice inside your head..
Peter has lived in the recovery house at Rutgers for about a year-and-a-half. Prior to moving there he was in residential treatment at..
I remember the moment everything changed. I was eight, and my dad didn’t look back and wave at me as he walked across the lawn to get in..
Alex is a member of the Carolina Recovery Program at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and lives in a sober living facility..
I still remember the look in my mother’s and father’s eyes when I tried to explain to them that I would be smoking weed for the rest of..
My name is Ginny, a proud parent of Jared, a recovering addict. Our troubles began when Jared was in high school. There were many warning..
From a very young age, I remember having a feeling that something was inherently wrong.
My name is Rick and I am an alcoholic. Nine words that took 40 years and thousands of bottles to penetrate the hazy façade I had created..
I am a married man with a wonderful wife and three great children, whose ages as of today are 28, 26 and 24. We live in a community where..
On a warm spring morning, overlooking the industrial maze of the Port of Los Angeles from my high school, I spoke to the graduating class..