Many people in recovery fear change, But it’s a vital and unavoidable part of living in recovery.

August 31st is International Overdose Awareness Day. This is the perfect time to understand that the opioid crisis affects people from all walks of life and backgrounds.

Alcohol affects our brain chemistry, so it’s no wonder that many turn to it when they’re feeling down. But how does alcohol really affect depression?

What is depression and why does it matter?

So you want to cut down on or quit your drinking. Great! But what do you replace it with?

Replacements for alcohol as a beverage

Over the course of two pregnancies, I experienced two different medications — methadone and buprenorphine — in my medically-assisted treatment for opioid use disorder.

It’s especially important for those with substance use disorders to get vaccinated against COVID.

With modern technology and science, it’s now possible to get PrEP for HIV via telemedicine. Here are answers to many of your questions about getting and using PrEP.

What is PrEP?

For many in recovery, returning to socializing in person means once again navigating relationships and sobriety.

For the 15.1 Million Americans struggling with alcohol use disorders, getting through summer social events like the Fourth of July without alcohol can be a challenge.

1. Go to the event prepared

2. Bring your own cup and cooler

It’s time to open our minds to recovery options beyond the traditional 12 steps and rehab!

What does queering recovery mean?

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