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Is It My Fault My Loved One is Addicted? [caption id="attachment_21753" align="aligncenter" width="473"] (This content is being used for illustrative purposes only; any person depicted in the content is a model)[/caption] Author: Justin Mckibben I'll never forget when I told my mother I needed to go to rehab. It... Learn More
Child Neglect and Abuse Rises Alongside Drug Addiction Author: Shernide Delva In Fayetteville, North Carolina, there is a distinct trend of both child abuse and neglect rising along with cases of drug addiction. Fayette County Prosecutor Larry Harrah says the number of neglect cases associated with addicted parents... Learn More
Personal Letters from Palm Partners Family Program On a monthly basis the Palm Partners treatment program offers an opportunity for the families of patients to attend events and therapy over the course of an empowering and productive weekend. There are a series of work-shops and group activities... Learn More
Drug Treatment for Your Child [caption id="attachment_15855" align="aligncenter" width="451"] (This content is being used for illustrative purposes only; any person depicted in the content is a model.)[/caption] Having a loved one who is struggling with substance abuse or addiction is never easy, especially if it... Learn More
Happy and Sober for the Holidays Author: Justin Mckibben I got sober on Thanksgiving. I entered rehab for the second time on the 28th of November, and this year the holidays have been especially amazing for me, even though I am living miles away from my... Learn More
Gifts of Recovery: Reconnecting with Family The ‘gifts of recovery’ also called ‘gifts of sobriety’ and ‘promises of sobriety’ are the positive things that happen in our lives once we get clean and sober and work towards bettering ourselves. As long as we keep doing the... Learn More
How to Talk to Your Addicted Parent Talking to an addict about their substance abuse is never easy, and when it comes to your parents it can be an even more frightening experience.  Addiction and substance abuse affect a family so profoundly in many ways both obvious... Learn More

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