Millennials

Millennials have high levels of drug and alcohol related deaths, particularly due to the rise of the opioid crisis. Read how drugs and alcohol play into the lives of millennials and what you can do to help.
Alcohol

Grape Depression: Wine Mom Culture Normalizes Dangerous Drinking

While it is often depicted as harmless on television and social media, wine mom culture is normalizing dangerous drinking which can lead to alcoholism.
Drug Addiction

Athletes and Prescription Pills: The Drug Crisis Impacting America

Opioid addiction is becoming increasingly common among high school and college athletes. Find out why and what you can do to protect yourself from prescription pill abuse.
Sober Fun

Vans Warped Tour’s Summer Lineup: Stopping Opioid Addiction

For its final tour, which starts in California on June 21st and ends in Florida on August 5th, Warped Tour’s goal is to not just entertain but also educate young attendees.
Recovery

Is it Possible to Stay Sober in College?

Drinking heavily and experimenting with drugs is almost considered a rite of passage in college. We assume that everyone does it. And the statistics back that assumption up. Sixty percent […]
Opioids

Baby Boomers and Millennials Are Driving The Opioid Crisis

The opioid epidemic has impacted over 2.5 million users and their families. Learn about two generations that have been particularly hard-hit: Baby Boomers and Millennials.
Drug Addiction

One-Third of Millennials Are Using Venmo to Buy Drugs

Drug deals do not just happen in dark alleys. Learn how mobile apps like Venmo are unintentionally enabling drug purchases.
Recovery

How to Succeed in College After Adderall Treatment

Adderall is a commonly misused stimulant that causes many college students to become addicted. Use these tips to acheive and maintain sobriety in school.
Drug Addiction

Study: 17% of College Students Misuse ADHD Drugs

According to a recent study by researchers at the University of South Carolina, 1 in 6 college students – or 17 percent – misuse Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) drugs like Ritalin, Vyvanse, and Adderall.