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New Movement Gives Up Anonymity to Take Stigma Out of Addiction

Public opinion on the disease of addiction is by far misinformed and widely unnoticed as an idea based on stigma and stereotypes. Just the word addiction often stirs the imagination of those who are unfamiliar with the illness to draw all types of conclusions based on everything from racial and cultural differences to things like . . . . Continue Reading


Movie Review: The Anonymous People

  “People don’t recover in treatment; people initiate recovery in treatment. People will recover in their communities.” — The Anonymous People, documentary —————————————————————————— The movie The Anonymous People is an independent feature-length documentary about the 23 million Americans – approximately – who are living in long-term recovery from alcohol and drug addictions. It reveals the . . . . Continue Reading


Substance Abuse Treatment for Women in Key West

Drug Addiction and Alcoholism are overall terms for problems with alcohol or drugs and is typically used to mean compulsive and uninhibited drinking or using of drugs; generally to the annihilation of the person’s well-being, personal relations, and social standings. Substance abuse treatment for women in Key West can be very helpful for women and . . . . Continue Reading


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