Woman sits at window, alone in sobriety
action
In the beginning of my sobriety, I went to meetings as simply a way of getting out of the house and not being alone. However, a cherished bonus—and one I was not expecting—was the feeling of being loved.
By Maggie Weeks
Woman looking frustrated and scratching upper arm, ringworm and alcoholism
alone
Even medical people are treating you like a second-class citizen. Is this really about ringworm or is this reminding you of what it’s like to be a person with addiction?
By Amy Dresner
Helping hand reaching out to woman with head in hands, offering harm reduction for opioid addiction
stay alive
There is overwhelming evidence that harm reduction keeps people alive and can bring them into recovery, yet it's still met with opposition. We ask four harm reduction workers what inspires them and what we can do to help.
By Olivia Pennelle

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