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Putting Recovery On The Map

09-19-16 | By Nadia Sheikh

Why Did Canada Just Approve Prescription Heroin?

Despite the fact that heroin is the deadliest drug worldwide, Canada just approved prescription heroin on Friday, September 16. With deaths from heroin-related overdoses skyrocketing, this news is baffling at first glance. But, it’s in fact a radical, strategic move in an attempt to combat the ongoing opioid crisis. A Harm Reduction Strategy In the … Continued

07-11-16 | By Nadia Sheikh

Death Without Detox: Opiate & Opioid Withdrawal in U.S. Jails

The U.S. Heroin Epidemic We hear stories on the news daily about the nation’s heroin epidemic. There are countless stories of people, from all socio-economic and demographic groups, dying from heroin or opioid overdoses—more than the number of people dying in motor vehicle crashes each year. More and more celebrities are getting publicity for their … Continued

12-15-15 | By Anthony

Help Us Get This Life Saving Drug Out There


Much has happened over the past couple of weeks since I wrote “The Ultimate High.” It is awesome being back here with all of you again. I am happy to announce that I recently celebrated 3 years of complete sobriety!  This is the longest period of sobriety I have had since I found recovery 7 … Continued