Shatterproof Ambassador Dave Laws shares how he lost his daughter to an opioid addiction.
Use these five questions as a springboard to find care that's right for your loved one.
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.
"In the face of one of the worst drug crises in the U.S. ever, these disparities are incredibly alarming and underscore the need for national prevention strategies to be LGBTQ-inclusive."
There will always be a hole in my heart, in my life, and in our family. But along with that pain, there is a little band-aid.
To other dads and families who are in the shoes I once wore, I urge you to learn and try to understand as much as possible.
I still avoid the greeting card aisle around Father's Day. I still cry just because.
Addiction is a treatable illness that no one should die from. That’s why Shatterproof was founded.
How can someone be expected to recover if they do not feel safe in their treatment?
When I heard about St. Louis county’s stay-at-home orders to contain COVID-19, my kneejerk reaction was trepidation.
Shatterproof denounces racism and is committed to listening, learning, supporting, and advocating for health equity.
Today, I am releasing a song I wrote. It's the same day that, four years ago, I took my last pill.
This Memorial Day, I’m grateful for my recovery. But I know for many veterans, treatment is out of reach.
Do it for yourself. Collaborate with your support system. Set boundaries. And more.