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By
Q Garcia & Grace Lee

How can someone be expected to recover if they don't feel safe during treatment?

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Their stories are hopeful, heartbreaking, passionate, insightful — and above all, honest.

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By
Courtney Gallo Hunter, VP, State Policy


Overdoses increased by 40% during the COVID pandemic.

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By
Ashley Narvaez

Together, we're starting conversations that shed light on stigma. 

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By
Renee Barros

2,100 participants helped raise over $700,000 during the Stronger Than Addiction Challenge. 

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By
Alan Charles

“If you don’t share who you really are with the people in your life, you’ll never get better.”

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By
Jen Sugermeyer

Recovery is not just the absence of an addiction. It’s recovering and rediscovering the person inside.

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By
Steve Leker

When I decided to do a thru-hike of the Appalachian Trail, it was only natural and fitting that I hike it to raise funds in Brady’s memory. 

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By
Dmitry Foox

50 burpees a day, 365 days

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By
Holly Jespersen

Having been in recovery for many years I often asked to recommend books about addiction.

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Dr. Kleeman shares his knowledge and expertise in new book.

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By
Mark Curtis

In recovery, they teach you to just show up.

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By
Cassie Hellyer

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

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By
Ashley Fennig

2 years, 24 months, 104 weeks

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By
Katherine Ketcham

“I’m going to talk to Ben. I’m going to talk about treatment. Do you want to go with me?”

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

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