Meet Marcus Jackson: An Artist Using His Passion to Beat Alcohol Abuse!
In September we hosted a photo contest to celebrate National Recovery Month! Throughout the month we received several entries from […]Read more
Your Past Substance Abuse: Is it Affecting Your Kids?
Most parents have something in their past they’d rather their child never find out about: their awkward teenage years, that […]Read more
Love Yourself by Letting Go of the Past
Why is it the hardest person to love is yourself? Why are we never good enough? Why is everyone else […]Read more
3 Ways to Create Environments of Healing at Home
After recovery (and even beforehand) you may discover the space you’re living in is less than conducive to your commitment […]Read more
Are Programs Like S.A.D.D. and D.A.R.E. Effective?
With desperation mounting in the search for effective ways to end substance abuse in the U.S., parents are desperate for […]Read more
Who’s Responsible for Drug Prevention Education? Schools or Parents?
Each and every day your child is at risk for exposure to drug and alcohol use and abuse. That is […]Read more
Medical Based Drug Treatment Is 75 Percent More Effective Than Abstinence Based Models
Medically assisted drug treatment has been the focal point of public ire for many years, as many are in favor […]Read more
When and How Do I Talk to My Child About Drug Prevention?
With the ever increasing rate of youth experimenting and consequently becoming addicted to drugs and alcohol, coupled with the incredibly […]Read more
“If Love Could Cure Addiction:” Palm Beach County Suffers from String of Heroin Overdoses
Last week was a solemn one for our West Palm Beach county. According to The Palm Beach Post five suffering […]Read more
Thailand Monks Conquer Drug Addiction with Muay Thai and Meditation
In Thailand Buddhist monks are fighting drug and alcohol addiction very differently than we do here in the states- with […]Read more