Nzinga Harrison, MD, DFAPA
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Nzinga Harrison, MD, DFAPA

To honor those who came before us and those who continue to champion the cause today.

Stephanie Hazard on boat
By
Stephanie Hazard

Learning how to love myself has been my greatest struggle and my greatest gift. 

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By
Kelsey Ferrara

Nitazenes are illicit opioids that have been growing in popularity across the US. 

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By
Natasha Magino

Recovery is not the end; it's a beginning filled with possibilities for fulfillment. 

A non-alcoholic drink sitting on a table next to a lemon
By
Shelby John

After a few sips, a switch flipped in my brain. I started to fantasize about this drink, about the feeling of a good buzz. 

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By
María Ramos

I had my first sip of beer at the age of 6. It was just a sip – like training wheels. 

A postcard saying "Dry January" propped up next to a wooden calendar
By
Amy Bridges

While Dry January does have the power to do some good, it also simplifies a complex, nuanced issue.

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By
Kelsey Ferrara

The holidays can bring up painful emotions, especially for those of us who have lost a loved one. 

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Shatterproof Editorial team

Knowing how to prep for surgery can help with the recovery process that follows. 

An image of Vanessa and her brother, James
By
Shatterproof Editorial Team

Fentanyl: it's what starts my story, but it's also what stopped my brother's life. 

Brain smiling in front of a lake, someone off-screen is holding up a fish in front of him.
By
Gary Mendell

Our founder and CEO, Gary Mendell, shares the story of how Shatterproof began ten years ago. 

An image of Cade Reddington crossing his arms and smiling at the camera.
By
Shatterproof Editorial Team

The addiction crisis is growing and it's taking lives like Cade's. 

Shelby John standing infront of a podium that says "Shatterproof"
By
Shatterproof Editorial Team

I'm Shelby John - a mother, a wife, an athlete, a therapist, and a person in recovery. 

Susan Carter headshot
By
Shatterproof Editorial Team

On November 5th, Susan celebrated 30 years of sobriety. And what she’s accomplished is remarkable.

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Shatterproof Editorial Team

3 out of 10 teens who receive an opioid prescription before their high school graduation are more likely to misuse opioids in the future.