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10 Simple Ways to Practice Self Love in Sobriety

More often than not, addiction begins with the desire to smother bad feelings. You want to feel better, or possibly nothing at all. Drugs likely worked for a short time, but then they became just another negative part of your identity. Since addiction tends to rob you of any self-worth, building solid self-esteem and respect … Continued

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5 Types of People To Avoid in Rehab

Mustering up the strength and courage to leave a life of addiction behind is a tremendous accomplishment for anyone wanting to get sober. Rehab and treatment centers are meant to be a haven of support and guidance for building a healthy lifestyle. When you find the program that’s right for you and your goals, recovery … Continued

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Harm Reduction Organizations Offering Fentanyl Testing Strips

Harm Reduction Organizations Offering Fentanyl Testing Strips   Testing strips that were originally intended for doctors to determine if their patients were taking their pain medications are now being used as a prevention tool for a drug overdose. The simple test can detect the presence of a fentanyl, a synthetic opioid 100 times stronger than … Continued

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Why the Opioid Commission “Dragging its Feet”

This past March, President Donald Trump signed an executive order to establish the Commission on Combating Drug Addiction in response to the current nationwide Opioid Crisis. During a meeting with stakeholders, Trump deemed the commission to be in line with his promise to “take action to keep drugs from pouring in our country and to … Continued

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Delray Sues Big Pharma over Opioid Epidemic

As of Tuesday, July 18th, Delray is the first city in Florida to sue Big Pharma for intensifying the prescription opioid epidemic.   Big Suit for Big Pharma In the year 2016, Delray recorded 690 drug overdoses, an enormous 250% increase since 2015. Already this year the city has documented 414 overdoses- 37 of which … Continued

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