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Help Remove the Stigma:
Your Words Matter
Stigma is one of the biggest barriers to substance use disorder and mental health treatment. Choose alternative language and help break down the negative stereotypes.
BookSmart: Spark a Conversation with Teens
Book clubs can be a safe place for teens to learn about SUD and build a foundation for a conversation about the disease.
How to Talk and Listen to Your Teen
When talking and listening to your teen about addiction, it's important to be present every step of the way.
Preparing to Talk to Your Teen
Learn how to connect with your teen, and start building a trusting relationship based on mutual respect.
Early Recovery Tips to Thrive During the Holidays
Read first-hand tips on how to survive your first holiday season in recovery.
Guidance for Building a Collegiate Recovery Program
CRPs help students obtain their education while having the resources, community, and supports they need to maintain their recovery in college.
Be SAFE Hospitals: Know Fact Sheet
Learn about the risks that can come with prescribed opioid medication.
How to Thrive in Recovery
Whether you are new to recovery or a loved one trying to understand recovery, it can be hard to understand the process. Read valuable tips that can help you or a loved one during the recovery journey.
What to Ask About in Recovery Housing
Read tips from people in recovery who have lived in recovery housing and know the right questions to ask to reintegrate into the community in a safe and supportive environment.
The Science of Addiction
Addiction affects everyone in the person’s life; family, friends, and coworkers. To combat addiction, we must understand the science behind addiction.