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We're the only patient rated & reviewed resource for addiction treatment and relapse prevention.
We're the only patient rated & reviewed resource for addiction treatment and relapse prevention.

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Would you be surprised to know that drug overdoses are now the leading cause of injury deaths in the United States?
That’s right, more people die from overdoses than car crashes among those 25 to 64 years of age.
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What new changes have you made to keep yourself sober?
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There’s a reason that most 12 step programs involve connecting with some concept of God or the Divine. It’s effective.
At some point in the process of recovering from addiction and the traumas associated with it, a person has to be willing to surrender some part of himself: http://bit.ly/1IAhBkU
Would you agree? Was this your experience? Tell us below!
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A list of 12 Step Fellowships: http://bit.ly/1CV4fmZ
What step are you on?
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Do one or both of your parents suffer from addiction: http://bit.ly/1NQdveB?
The best you can do is to be supportive, protect yourself, and encourage your parent(s) to seek help.
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Are you a teen fighting addiction: http://bit.ly/1wAJfyR?
The best way to fight an addiction of any kind, is to get help. There is a support system all around you that you just have to activate.
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Adolescence is a critical time for preventing drug addiction: http://bit.ly/1L3JPLZ.
It’s vital to work with teenagers to prevent early experimentation with drugs and alcohol, as it sets up life patterns that will play out across the coming decades of life. It’s important to educate young people honestly and with conversation, not just textbooks.
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Don't lose heart when you face discrimination after battling addiction: http://bit.ly/1wAF7yS.
You may face a large amount of criticism from your peers, colleagues or potential employers. People will always be people. But you will go on to lead a brighter, happier life thanks to your efforts in recovery.
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Don't lose all hope if you relapse: http://bit.ly/1x03OFl!
Relapsing is disappointing but it is certainly not the end of the world. Embrace that you lost the battle but don’t give up. Resolve that today, right now, you’ll do better. You can do this!
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