Justin in Addiction
February 7, 2020

An Addict’s Willingness to Do Anything Except What’s Needed

One of the most frequent things I hear when I speak to families about getting their loved one help is “He/She’s not willing”. I understand this sentiment completely because for years I prolonged addiction with both a willingness that continued to destruct my life and an unwillingness that nearly killed me. It’s an interesting perspective when I hear the words ‘not willing’ because an addict is willing.


Justin in Addiction
January 10, 2020

A Day in The Life…

I wake up with a crick in my neck. It’s 7:30 am, I passed out sitting up on my couch for the last 6 hours. I’m still fully dressed. There is a cigarette butt with a fresh burn on the carpet beside my feet along with fresh burn-holes in my shorts…


Drew Jambon in Addiction
November 8, 2019

Don’t Wait for the Miracle —Go Find It

Addiction robs a person of so much in life. The joys of simple pleasures and hobbies; the warmth that comes from healthy relationships; the fulfillment that comes from being successful in life; the peace that comes from having high character and aiming to do the right thing.


Jason Good in Addiction Resources
November 10, 2016

Veterans and Substance Abuse— A Simple Guide on How to Help a Veteran Struggling with Drugs or Alcohol

Veterans make up a large percentage of individuals who suffer from substance abuse. Many veterans arrive home injured, suffering from PTSD and start to lack purpose. The information provided is to help a veteran stricken with addiction and their families to combat it with all tools available.