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Let’s Celebrate Recovery Month!

Millions of hopeful stories emerge from addiction. We're saluting all the fantastic folks in recovery — and everyone who helped, and helps, them along the way.

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Shout It From the Rooftops: How To Be Proudly, Openly Sober

Why? Because you've earned it, because it can help you — and because it just might change someone else's life, too.

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What It Means To Be LGBTQ+ in Recovery

Dignity, safety, confidence: People in the LGBTQ+ community want what everyone needs when it comes to addiction recovery and mental health. Stellar supporters are making sure they get it.

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How To Be a Superstar Sober Ally

It is a very fine thing in life to never battle addiction. But it's even finer to stand beside those who have. Here's how to get started.

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That’s the Power of Love: Connections, Community and Recovery

This time of year, we're thinking about how our deepest connections and strongest relationships help us through recovery.

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Finding a Sponsor, a Friend Who’s Been There

All support helps, but forming a bond with someone who has lived addiction and recovery brings a rare degree of understanding. Here's how the process works in 12-step programs.

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What Is Recovery Capital?

Human, physical, social and cultural resources are all crucial to supporting recovery from addiction.

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Understanding Addiction and Recovery

By understanding basic and complex human needs, we can better understand how addiction affects our brains and lives. And we can better aid recovery, too.

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