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The Stigma of Addiction

Wednesday, 24 February 2016 by

People who face addiction also deal with the social stigma attached to having an alcohol or drug problem. Addiction is a powerful disease that changes people and often leads to a life of repeated disappointments and failed restarts. These failures are frequently visible to friends, family, and employers. As family and others watch on, often

Much has been written over the years about the process of living drug free and maintaining a sober life. Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous were among the earliest programs that provided its members a path to freedom. Throughout recovery literature are detailed accounts of recovering addicts who learned that drinking and drugging were actually only

Support in the Recovery Process

Thursday, 29 January 2015 by

Stepping onto the path of recovery is a huge, positive step. Your commitment to change is the key ingredient in staying on that path. Research has consistently shown that those who remain engaged longer in the treatment and recovery process have a much greater likelihood of successful, long-term sobriety. This path of recovery offers information,