Social Media

Social media can either make recovery feel impossible or provide a source of a sober community, helpful hints to stay focused on quitting, and guidance during change. Learn about the impact it can have on addiction and how it can be used to support recovery.
Teens

The FDA and JUUL Labs Feud Over Vapes

The sordid relationship between the FDA and JUUL Labs has resulted in a slew of policies and press releases due to the rise of teen vaping.
Mental Health

Pro Athletes Shattering the Stigma Surrounding Mental Health

Professional athletes are using their platforms to destigmatize the conversation surrounding mental health. See what Kevin Love, Colin Wilson, and others have to say.
Teens

The Benadryl Challenge, TripTok, and #Ket: Taking a Closer Look at TikTok and Drug Use Among Generation Z

With recent TikTok trends like the Benadryl Challenge, TripTok, and #Ket, many parents are wondering if there is a larger drug use problem facing Gen Z.
Drug Addiction

Your Ultimate Recovery Resource Guide

In recovery, you're never alone. Check out these resourecs to help you stay connected and focused on your recovery during the COVID-19 crisis.
Drug Addiction

A New App Is Teaching People How to Talk About Drugs and Alcohol Addiction

Watching a loved one struggle with alcoholism is difficult but speaking with them about it can be just as tough. Learn how an app is making this talk easier.
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

5 Apps to Help You Stay Sober

Phone apps are helpful tools used for a variety of purposes. Learn how they can also be used to record and strengthen a person’s recovery journey.
Recovery

Could Social Media Be Hurting Your Recovery?

Social media is supposed to connect us to the world, but for some people, particularly those in recovery, social media can be dangerous.
Drug Addiction

Is Instagram a Gateway to Drugs?

Young people are increasingly finding illicit drugs through dealers on Instagram. Learn about the dangers of the app and how to encourage youth to avoid substance abuse.
Recovery

3 Apps for Addiction Recovery

Maintaining mental, physical, and spiritual wellness is an important part of recovery that can often be overwhelming. These apps encourage and track healthy habits.
Recovery

Sober Social Networks

Those new to sobriety need encouragement. Recovery groups and sober support networks connect those in addiction treatment to the outside world, helping them meet like-minded people.
Recovery

3 Apps to Help You Stay Sober

Those in recovery can be more sensitive to everyday stressors and may need help in coping with them. What is great is that there are apps available to help you relax and rewind.