Joel describes the importance of “working on yourself” in the recovery process.
Luke - Recovery hasn’t changed my life: it’s given me a new life
Monroe has been in long term recovery for nearly 50 years, and uses his experiences to educate younger people.
Nora discusses how the entire family needs to become involved in the recovery process.
Robert talks about how easy it was to become caught up in a lifestyle of addiction.
Robert shares his story on recovery and how he found forgiveness on the other side.
Sarah describes how the disease of addiction completely took over her life.
Sarah describes how the inspiration, empowerment, and support she received by others has allowed her to choose a different path for her life.
Sarah describes the recovery process, and the role that the family, the counselor and the addicted individual play in the process.
Linda, a mother of three who lost her son Thomas to a heroin overdose, encourages individuals to know and look for the warning signs of opioid and heroin abuse.
Linda discusses the warning signs of addiction.
Linda tells parents what they can do if they suspect their child might be struggling with addiction.
Linda discusses the role of the family in the recovery process.
Cortney, a young person in recovery, shares how addiction can happen to anyone and how quickly the progression of substance abuse can lead to heroin.
Cortney discusses her journey of addiction.
Cortney describes the process of recovery, and how it taught her to live a sober life and realize that life is beautiful.
Cortney explains to parents the importance of having real life conversations with their children about the risks of drugs.
Addiction doesn't discriminate.
Susan describes the progression of addiction and how it took her son’s life.
Addiction doesn’t discriminate.
Tatiana talks about the progression of addiction.
Through recovery Tatiana realizes that her addiction was like a hurricane rummaging through people’s lives.