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Whether your child has struggled with opioid dependence or other substance use issues previously, or whether you’re just concerned about the current opioid crisis, there’s good reason to want your son or daughter’s pain to be managed – if possible – by something other than prescription opioid pills.

While all families periodically struggle to maintain a stable equilibrium, the challenge can be severely magnified when drug and ...

I am a man that was plagued with alcohol dependence my whole life. With multiple arrests directly connected to ...

In recognition of national drug court month, Amanda was gracious enough to share her story about how she found ...

On September 9, 2013, Colorado officially became the first state in the U.S. to finalize and adopt the rules ...

It’s no surprise that making the choice for recovery involves not only a strong personal resolve, but a significant ...

My thoughts are like wound up gears. Always trying to figure things and driving me a ...

Growing up in a small community, people didn’t talk about alcohol abuse. There was a stigma ...

I first started experimenting with different prescription pain medications, marijuana, and alcohol while in middle school. When ...

The word that describes our recovery is, Gratitude. On November 2, 1964, my husband, Don, walked ...

Most alcoholics experience difficulty in facing the fact they are addicted and that their addiction is ...

I was born and raised in small rural towns (Gray Summit and Villa Ridge) in ...

My name is Eleanor Ward. I am in long-term recovery from alcoholism. I have not had ...