Home Blog

N.C. uses new federal money to get people into drug treatment, but most of...

By Taylor Knopf State officials announced last month that more than 12,000 people with substance use disorder entered addiction treatment since North Carolina received $54...

How Dealing With Depression Helped The Walls Group Increase Their Faith [VIDEO]

Source: Arturo Holmes / @arturoholmesphotos The Walls Group is known for their amazing singing voices, smiles on their face, but behind them at one point...

County passes registry for some drug rehab centers to crack down on abuses –...

On his left forearm, Dillon DeRita had a tattoo of the Serenity Prayer, with its plea for redemptive power. He died at an addiction...

Massachusetts music festival to combat addiction and benefit recovery | Addiction Now | Substance...

The Hope Music Festival is coming to Cape Cod, Massachusetts on August 23, and the money raised through to the fundraiser concert will benefit...

Indiana 211 providing new free service to get Hoosiers to drug treatment

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Stranded and in need of life saving support – imagine wanting to get addiction help, but simply not having a ride...

New funding from the Government of Canada announced to help LGBTQ+ community quit smoking

Tobacco continues to be Canada’s leading preventable cause of premature death and disease. According to Newswire, the LGBTQ+ communities 18-24 year olds are more...

Overcoming Anxiety – Dandapani

Overcoming Anxiety by Keeping Awareness on One Thing at a TimeThis content was originally published here.

Can CBD Combat Alcohol and Drug Addiction? Maybe.

By now, cannabis’s value as a pain reliever is almost universally accepted. Even those of us whose plans for personal and professional development are to...

UK Report: E-Cigs Remain ‘the Most Popular Stop Smoking Aid in England’

E-cigarettes are “the most popular stop smoking aid in England,” according to the recent <span data-cmtooltip='PHEPublic Health EnglandPHE is an executive agency of UK that aims...

Chiropractic care touted as one path out of drug addiction

By Bennett Leckrone The Columbus Dispatch After Army Staff Sergeant Shilo Harris’s armored vehicle was struck by an IED in Iraq 11 years...

Must Read