Changing the Face of Addiction Walk on August 4th 2018. You can create your very own team to help raise money for the walk. Let friends & family join your team and register to walk or If they can’t make it register as a “Virtual WalkerR
Assisting those struggling with their disease of addiction and working in concert with those in recovery, family members, and our community to destroy the face of heroin and begin saving lives
A Change for Nick is a 501(c)(3) non-profit foundation working to prevent, assist and mentor those struggling with the disease of addiction. Our vision is to have a peer to peer Community Recovery Center that offers many pathways of support in recovery. Recovery is initiated in treatment, continued recovery and long term recovery takes place in our communities. We hope to be that recovery Support Service with ongoing support in a safe and always welcoming atmosphere.
For once, Casey is optimistic about his future. After 16 years of struggling with drug addiction, he no longer feels the need to use. He has a steady job doing hazard tree removal for a Fortune 500 energy company. He’s working on getting specialized tra
WASHINGTON, D.C.- Touting the success of the Alternatives to Opiates (ALTO) program, Congressman Bill Pascrell, Jr. (D-NJ-09) announced the introduction of legislation to provide hospitals across the country additional resources to fight opioid addiction
Entering an inpatient or residential rehab facility can be a difficult step to take. Sending a care package to your friend or loved one is a thoughtful way you can brighten their day and show support. You may not always know how much they need or apprec
I am an emergency room doctor who is also board-certified in addiction medicine. I work at many different hospitals, in different states, with different population densities and cultures. I drop in, work a shift or two and go home. One thing that allows m
Dear Friend, We can’t let opioid manufacturers and distributors get away for pennies on the dollar for the #OpioidLie. We’ve lost over 500,000 of our loved ones, while they’ve made over $200 billion in sales during the last twenty years.