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Recovery Month: I am a Peer Recovery Specialist
Read about what to expect from a certified peer recovery specialist during the journey to recovery.
Beyond Opioids: Alternatives for Treating Pain
“You have alternative options for pain.”
A Letter from our Co-Founders: Expanding Our Mission to Serve Veterans, Service Members and Military Families
SAFE Project announces a new initiative, SAFE Veterans, delivering programs that help reduce substance use disorders and minimize the impact of addiction on the military community.
Preparing for an Intervention
Interventions are designed to help your family member, spouse, partner, friend, or even a colleague agree to seek treatment.
Working with Communities to Join Prevention and Recovery Efforts
Here's an update from our Director of Prevention Sarah Potter on the work SAFE is doing to help communities respond to the opioid crisis with effective prevention and recovery programs.
Read about Rich's complete recovery from substance use disorder to freedom.
BookSmart: Spark a Community Conversation
Find current books about the opioid crisis that may give you a clearer understanding about how it started, as well as how it affects both families and communities.
Early Recovery: What to Do When You Transition Out of Treatment
Transitioning out of treatment can feel insurmountable - learn ways to help make the process easier.
“We Can’t Arrest Our Way Out of This” – Why SAFE supports Pre-Arrest Diversion
In the fight against the opioid epidemic, there is a promising effort that helps steer people with addiction into treatment and medical care instead of jail. It is called Pre-Arrest Diversion or PAD.
7 Things You Can Do to Help Your Family, Your Campus, or Your Community
Simple things you can do to help stop the opioid epidemic.