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The Value of Identification in Addiction Recovery

June 22, 2017
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A quick but well-known history lesson: In May 1935 a failed alcoholic stock speculator from New York met with an alcoholic proctologist in Akron, Ohio on a chance encounter. The alcoholic from New York, Alcoholics Anonymous co-founder Bill Wilson, had found sobriety sometime earlier through what […]

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What can Families do to help their Loved One suffering from Addiction?

June 5, 2017
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It is well-known that addiction is a family disease. Although there is often the misconception that “my loved one has a problem, not me” or “my loved one needs help, but I’m okay,” the truth of the matter is that if there is addiction […]

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Annapolis, Maryland Mom authors book about her personal journey dealing with son’s addiction and recovery

May 26, 2017
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The stigma of addiction is a both a personal and societal barrier that stops many people from identifying the need for and taking the steps to receive help. However, the stigma of and discrimination surrounding addiction is not something that only impacts the individual suffering from […]

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“Failure to Launch” and Addiction Treatment

May 17, 2017
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As the opioid epidemic and addiction as a whole continues to ravage families and communities throughout the country, it is little wonder that the highest percentage of individuals seeking treatment fall under the category of young adults. Of all individuals seeking treatment throughout the United States, the 18 […]

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