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Putting Recovery On The Map

06-25-18 | By Tori Skene

Demi Lovato Reveals Relapse In New Single

Image Courtesy of Island Records In March, Demi Lovato marked her sixth year of sobriety but through numerous tweets and Instagram posts revealed she continued to struggle with her addiction. The Story In The Song Just last Thursday, the 25-year-old released a new song, revealing a recent relapse: “To the ones who never left me … Continued


06-22-18 | By Sarenka Smith

This Silent Epidemic Isn’t Going Anywhere

Given the recent media coverage and global impact of Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain’s suicides, there seems to be a national reckoning on the prevalence and pervasiveness of mental health and suicide. A report issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention emphasizes that suicide rates have risen dramatically: 30% in half of the … Continued


05-27-18 | By Tori Skene

Royce Da 5’9″ Credits Eminem To His Sobriety

Image Courtesy of Southpawer Famous rapper, Royce da 5’9”, whose real name is Ryan Daniel Montgomery, revealed in a self-penned song on his new album that the fellow Detroit rapper Eminem helped him get sober. In the upbeat “Stay Woke,” he raps, “Thanks to Marshall [Eminem] I’m sober, doin’ what I enjoy doin’.” Montgomery, 40, … Continued