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The Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act (CARA) is working.

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Debbie Pantin

You don't have to navigate recovery alone. Professionals can help you make—and stick to—a plan that's right for you.

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Holly Jespersen

This season can be stressful. Here are a few of my top tips for getting festive without jeopardizing your health.

2019 DFW 5K - Jen Sugermeyer + Family

Greater DFW supporters joined the Shatterproof community at Roland Kirk Bridge to honor loved ones, to change the conversation about addiction, and to shatter stigma.

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Jacqueline Filis

Whether you’re checking into a residential rehab, beginning an outpatient program, or starting a medication routine, I recommend keeping these simple tips in mind.

LA 5K 2019 - Team Jeremy

Greater Los Angeles area supporters united at Grand Park to honor those lost to addiction and to celebrate recovery.

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Jess Keefe

No matter how long it’s been since your loss, there’s no doubt that the holiday season is especially hard. But there are ways to get through it—and even enjoy parts of it. 


Key stakeholders were invited to testify this morning. Here is Sam Arsenault's complete oral statement.

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What’s the biggest driver of our country’s addiction crisis? The unjust stigma associated with substance use disorders.

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Cassie Hellyer

Addiction is real. But so is your ability to overcome it.

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Josephe Hickox

If you are reading this to hear another war story, then please go ahead and stop.

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William Bradley

After 11 years of active military service, I left the Army for civilian life back in my home state of West Virginia. Things changed drastically.

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Greater Atlanta area supporters united at Piedmont Park to honor those lost to addiction and to celebrate recovery.

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Dr. Thomas J. Kleeman knows a thing or two about back pain—he’s been treating it as a spine surgeon for 30 years.

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When Jennifer delivered her baby by C-section, she did not know that the painkillers her doctor prescribed would help ignite a years-long struggle with addiction.

Shatterproof: Stronger Than Addiction

192 Americans die from drug overdoses each day.

This must stop. Help reverse the addiction crisis in America.

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