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Putting Recovery On The Map

10-15-19 | By

Why Is It so Hard to Quit Pain Pills?

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Why is it so hard to quit pain pills? Or quit smoking? Or drinking cola? Or any other habit or addiction? Most people want to change. They just don’t know how. Most people actually want to stop habits and addictions that are hurting them or their loved ones. Habits like: Quitting pain pills Overspending Smoking … Continued


10-11-19 | By

Sesame Street Talks Addiction, And They Handle It Well.

Associated Press Sesame Street is now talking about addiction. On Wednesday, Sesame Workshop, the nonprofit educational organization behind Sesame Street, announced an initiative to address the ongoing drug epidemic. In May, the franchise introduced a 6-year-old green Muppet with yellow pig-tails, named Karli – which was the show’s first character living in foster care. “We’re Not Alone.” … Continued


09-19-19 | By

The Correlation Between Addiction and Homelessness

Substance abuse has remained a long-standing issue throughout the United States. At any given moment there are tens of millions of US citizens struggling with drug addiction issues. Some of these people will be able to maintain jobs and pay their bills. There are others who may lose their jobs and find themselves in bad … Continued