The Reality of Sobriety

The reality of sobriety is “a reality of freedom and happiness, of purpose and direction, and of serenity and peace with God, ourselves and others.” February 26th Daily Reflections: A Book of Reflections by A.A. Members for A.A. Members AA World Services,...

Naloxone: A First Responder’s Necessity

Driving through Portland, the countless homeless folk occupying street corners, seeking loose change, are hard to miss. One cannot help but think of what this money might be used for and a sensible conclusion might be that some of these funds end up with local drug...

Family Healing: There is a Solution

As the public view of addiction as a moral deficiency shifts to the view of addiction as a disease, simultaneously there has been a transition of perspective to the concept of addiction as a family disease. Professionals in the addiction treatment field continue to...