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Changing the Conversation

We want people to know and understand that:

Mental illness and addiction are chronic diseases.

 

Both mental illness and addiction can be successfully treated: Treatment Works and People Recover.

 

Recovery is to be celebrated. Individuals in recovery become active and contributing members of their communities.

What Does Recovery Mean to Me?

Recovery Stories

  • Jody provided the following message below regarding tips that she uses to help support her own recovery that she believes will be helpful for others: A few things I have learned in life are that if you put want something you have to make up your mind and work to......

Recovery is Beautiful Blog

  • The holiday season can be challenging for some individuals, from family gatherings, the crowds of shopping, being alone, holiday obligations, or possibly experiencing a first holiday season without a loved one. Any or all of these can bring feelings of sadness, loneliness, and/or anger that may overshadow the expected joy......