Month: February 2024

Recovery: A Full Story

February 29, 2024

A look at the guiding principles of recovery, and what it takes to travel a successful journey. What is recovery? The working definition of recovery is a process of change through which individuals improve their health and wellness, live a self-directed life, and strive to reach their full potential. Through…

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How to Reduce Harm?

February 19, 2024

Empowering people who use drugs to choose to live healthy, self-directed, and purpose-filled lives.  What is harm reduction? Harm reduction is a key pillar in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Overdose Prevention Strategy. Exactly as it sounds, harm reduction is reducing the harm associated with using drugs…

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Helping Hands: How We Find Recovery Among Community

February 15, 2024

“Alcoholism runs in my family, and it stopped with me.” T0 achieve that, however, Sharon Woodruff, realized she needed help. “I lost my father and little brother to this dreadful disease,” she said. “It took me many many years to realize I was unable to quit on my own. Treatment…

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Celebrating Love for Your Recovery: Navigating Valentine’s Day While Sober

February 7, 2024

Valentine’s Day can create lots of different emotions for people, for a lot of different reasons. This is especially true for individuals in recovery, as drug and alcohol abuse are notorious for placing strain on relationships. This means, for individuals in recovery, Valentine’s Day can bring up a lot of…

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