Recovery Happens. For family members as well as individuals suffering. But not all families need “Recovery.” Whether you think you do or not, you have an important role in the recovery process of a loved one. We hope to help you create a world where Recovery can flourish!
We’re Here For You
Imagine a world where a friend or neighbor brings you a casserole when you share that a loved one is struggling with addiction. Shame and embarrassment are two reasons people don’t seek help and why families seek it privately. This web site is your gateway to getting help.
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Addiction is a public health issue, not a moral failing or simply bad behavior. If those two reasons were true we would have no need for treatment. It’s also why we think it’s difficult to treat.
I remember sitting through my first AA meeting like it was yesterday. The first person to share was a seventy something year old man who announced that he was a “grateful recovering alcoholic.” He went on to explain that he had been sober…
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As the seasons change from winter to spring here in west Michigan, I find myself having the same conversation with the fellow recovering people and individuals I work with. It always ends with me saying, "There is a reason you feel so good."…
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