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The actor and comedian, who passed away last month, talked openly about his experiences with addiction and his life in recovery.

Navy Officer
Jay Wylie

I hope my story can help other vets who may be struggling because I found a way… and I know you can too.

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Jess Keefe

Too few hospitals are prepared to identify and treat drug and alcohol misuse. To save lives, that's got to change. 

Matthew Perry memoir book
Jess Keefe

In his new memoir, the actor discusses his journey toward recovery. 

Noah Cyrus on Kelly Clarkson Show
Jess Keefe

The singer talked to Kelly Clarkson about finding herself two years into her recovery from Xanax addiction. 

Joe BIden
Jess Keefe

It’s the biggest executive action on drug policy ever. Here’s what the president’s plan entails.

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Top Addiction & Recovery News  |  Week of Oct. 16, 2022

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Editorial Team

Dr. Matthew Bernard discusses non-opioid alternatives to knee pain. 

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Kirsten Seckler

Here's what you need to know. 

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Sazha Ramos

This Memorial Day, I’m grateful for my recovery. But I know for many veterans, treatment is out of reach.

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Jess Keefe

Commonly known as a relapse, a recurrence of substance use disorder symptoms isn't a sign of failure. Here's what experts say about supporting someone through the experience.

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Community support is an essential part of recovery. So what happens when communities shut down?

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Debbie Pantin

Begin treatment and meet your needs along the way.

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Roy Viger, CPA, Avenues Recovery Center

Understanding how your care will be paid for is an important part of the treatment process.

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The holiday season is tough for people affected by addiction. This year it's looking even more so, as COVID-19 continues to keep us isolated from friends, family, and support systems.

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Together, we can make a real, tangible change for those affected by addiction.

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