She showed up for her first multi-million dollar modeling gig drunk and high. Amber Valletta has been a model since she was 19 years old. She has graced thousands of magazine covers and been a fashion icon for the biggest names in the fashion industry. She has worked as
23 Million people struggle with addiction. Only 10% of them get treatment. 50% of them relapse with one year. But where do people go when they are out of treatment? What do they do? Phoenix MultiSport has come up with an invaluable answer. Phoenix allows sober living to be
With the recent passing of Philip Seymour Hoffman and the subsequent sadness that comes with overdose and addiction, it is vital to remember that there are a lot of people who are able to recover from addiction. Although addiction and substance abuse can be overwhelming and mysterious, there are
Do You Recognize The Early Warning Signs of Relapse? The statistics of how many people do not stay in long-term recovery are quite shocking. Some estimates say that over 60% of people that enter rehab for alcohol or drugs will be using again within 12 months. Relapse is common,
We have gathered a list of the Top 5 Sober Summer Activities to help you stay on track with your recovery and have fun this summer! (Hat tip to: American Addiction Centers for the original post!) 1. Volunteer Giving of one’s self is one of the greatest gifts you have to offer.
This is awesome! MHD Enterprises is giving former addicts second, third and even fourth chances. Imagine less than five years ago, you are actively missing work for a week at a time, because you’re using heroin. Then imagine now when you’re running your own multi-million dollar company. Well, Michael
Macklemore is one of the most successful musical artists of the year who has battled drug and alcohol addiction. Coming off his tour, he tells this interviewer what his biggest fears are about relapsing and it’s not what you think. How much better does Macklemore think he and Ryan
Congratulations to Many Faces, One Voice! “The Anonymous People” has racked up yet another award. This time, it’s a 2014 Voice Award. The Voice Awards honors the projects and contributions of leaders who have raised understanding and awareness of substance use disorders and mental health. The program celebrates film and TV producers and
She not only won but she did it with style, grace and an eye towards helping other suffers of the same disease. Demi Lovato spent her teen years fighting an eating disorder and addiction issues, but now she is ready to be a role model to young girls around the world.