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Welcome to #SoberUSA ! This community is for those who are interested in connecting with others who are in recovery from their addictions and co-occurring disorders as well as their parents, other family members, and friends. All who are interested in learning more about addiction and co-occurring disorders are welcome here. 

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We are proud to announce that The First Responder Lifeline Program available at our +Greenhouse Treatment Center +Desert Hope Treatment Center Clinical Services of Rhode Island Recovery First, West Palm Beach and +Sunrise House Treatment Center facilities has reached 500 First Responders served!

Leading the way in specialized treatment for firefighters, law enforcement, veterans, military personnel, correctional officers, dispatchers, and emergency medical personnel. Read more about our First Responder Lifeline Program in the

+Nevada Business Magazine:

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Maggie French, an AAC Regional Manager for Business Development was recently featured on WFLX FOX 29, sharing insight on the warning signs associated with someone who is facing addiction. During the segment, French also provided some ways you can help a loved one who is showing those warning signs.

See below the news segment in its entirety below.

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"I learned something in recovery, and there's only one thing, that you have to change, and that's everything. You've got to be honest to yourself. It helps if you're honest to at least one other person, to get that stuff out." — Traci

Today we share with you a brand new episode of Far From Finished. In episode five, Traci talks about how looking for acceptance from others first lead to her drug abuse, and how she learned to accept and be confident in herself to stop it.

To listen to Traci's story please click on the link below.

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"I would not erase my past for anything. My story is my most valuable asset. Because of it I can help others change their lives. I know what they're going through, and it helps me connect them to what they need.” - Josh

Today we are proud to share with you the fourth episode of Far From Finished, our podcast series that shares the unfiltered, real-life stories of people in recovery.

In episode four, Josh shares his remarkable story, discussing his years as a user, a dealer and how now, through treatment and faith, he has become an inspiration to those who are also in the process of recovery.

Please check out the newest episode of Far From Finished by clicking on the link below.

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Being a father is an incredible gift, and for men in recovery with children, growing into a strong father is a both a personal and recovery goal.

In honor of Father's Day this weekend, we are proud to share with you "Fathers in Recovery: Providing a Healthy Example" via +Greenhouse Treatment Center 

Featured in the blog is Peter Maldonado, an AAC Treatment Consultant for Austin and South Houston, who shares insight on how recovery has helped him become a fantastic father to his daughter.

Please check out the piece by clicking on the link below.

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"I'm so grateful for my past, because if it wasn't for the things that I've done in active addiction, if it wasn't for the family I grew up with, I wouldn't be sitting here today." -- Tim, AAC Alumnus.

Today we are proud to share with you a brand new episode of Far From Finished, our podcast series that shares the unfiltered, real-life stories of people in recovery.

In this week's episode, Tim an Alumnus, talks about how he went from repeatedly hurting his loved ones with his addiction to becoming the clean and sober man they are proud of.

Please check out episode 2 of Far From Finished by clicking on the link below.

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We are proud to share with you the first episode of our new podcast series, Far From Finished.

Far From Finished shares the unfiltered, real-life stories of people in recovery. Told in their own words, these stories provide insight into the experiences of people who are embarking on their own personal journey of recovery and triumph over addiction.

In episode one of Far From Finished, Jaleah, an AAC alumna, shares her inspiring recovery story - from alcoholism and drug abuse during homelessness to finding American Addiction Centers and getting clean and sober.

Click on the link below to listen to the first episode.

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Please join +American Addiction Centers   for the weekly #SoberUSALive   Twitter chat! This time we will be talking about shopping addiction.

Join us every Tuesday on the AAC Twitter page @AAC_Tweet for the latest ‪#‎Twitter‬ chat using ‪#‎soberusa‬. We hope to see you at 11am PST/2pm EST!
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