Early in my recovery, I avoided LGBTQ+ functions. But luckily, a lot has changed in the world around me.
I celebrated 10 years sober in November 2020. My dad has more than 35 years under his belt.
How can the stigma of addiction be rooted out? Watch these six winning presentations for some inspiring ideas.
I have a wonderful life now. I don't know where I'd be without my dad's support and love.
While nightlife is an important part of LGBTQ+ culture, the lack of inclusive, sober spaces can be alienating. In some communities, that's starting to change.
Thanks to tireless advocates, the bills were signed into law by Governor Sisolak last week.
From coast to coast, it's been a great week for addiction policy change.
How can someone be expected to recover if they do not feel safe in their treatment?
Within a week I had a prescription for Suboxone and access to support meetings. The doctor’s office called often to check in. I realized that maybe I could hang on.
Women are disproportionately impacted by exposure to opioids. When it comes to common women's health procedures, there are pain management alternatives.
Federal and state governments need to double down on what we know works and what needs to be tested.
This will be my fourth Mother’s Day without my son, Jason. I often reflect on the past at this time of year.
Realizing this is heartbreaking, and no one knows that reality more than a mom who has lost a child to substance use disorder.
Lyndsey felt ashamed, judged, and trapped by the stigma surrounding addiction for 9 long years—and so did we.