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Putting Recovery On The Map

01-03-19 | By Tori Skene

Making Your New Year’s Resolution Stick.

With a new year comes new goals, intentions, and resolutions. While setting new goals can help us stay encouraged and motivated, in recovery it can be both a positive and a negative. On the positive aspect, it helps you set your sights on goals and gets you motivated to achieve them. However, the pressure to … Continued


| By Tori Skene

Why the Recovery Movement Will Explode in 2019

72,000. That’s how many people we lost from drug overdoses in 2017. That’s 72,000 phone calls breaking the news to torn apart families. 72,000 funerals that were unplanned or unexpected. And if those people have two living parents, thats 144,000 sets of parents who stood at the front of a church, temple or establishment looking … Continued


12-27-18 | By Nick Puente

Coming to Believe That I Matter

Like many addicts, I hit bottom after bottom, completely baffled why and how my life had come to such a place. Drinking and using had always been a fun escape and at no point, even after hitting various bottoms (losing relationships, careers, finances, DUIs/arrests) did I think that alcohol was part of the problem. I was … Continued