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Into the Heart of Addiction

This recovery blog was born from a desire to give back to the sober community through creating an open forum resource with recovery and addiction information, where people with loved ones struggling with addiction can help one another. By utilizing specific categories, Into the Heart of Addiction strives to create a user-friendly recovery blog where it’s easier to reach what you want to read instead of spending valuable time navigating through difficult terrain to get where you need to go.

  • As a full-time working mom with two young children, my truth at that time was that I had all the good things in life: a...

  • My name is Matthew and I am a graduate of New Life House. My intention for writing this blogpost is to depict my experience o

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Into the Heart of Addiction is only as strong as its writers and the stories they share. If you have experience with overcoming addiction or working with a family member who has, we would love to hear your story! Just contact us for more details.

Family

Family contains interviews/stories and addiction info that reveals the struggles, feelings and ways of dealing with loving a relative in recovery or still in active addiction. The goal of this section is to offer insight on recognizing the family disease of addiction and learning how to separate the addict from it with love and understanding.

  • As a full-time working mom with two young children, my truth at that time was that I had all the good things in life: a...

  • How I had come to find out my son was addicted to heroin was a haunting experience. I say was, as in past tense, because...

  • I just wanted everything to be normal. I desperately wanted to fill the void in my son that he was filling with heroin, by pr

Thought Provoking

Thought Provoking showcases New Life House and shares its thoughts on matters they have discovered while being in the recovery business for almost 30 years through 100% original content designed to get you thinking. Whether giving our opinion on local news involving a drug addict’s skirmish with the law, tackling the latest differences in drug treatment, trends in drug use, the benefits of drug testing or intervention, Into the Heart of Addiction writers supply you with original content on issues addiction blogs find interesting.

Addict Insight

Addict Insight contains interviews and stories directly from the mouths of youth in recovery. Here is where you will find what is going on in the mind and heart of young people who were addicted to drugs and/or alcohol, went through treatment and recovery, and are now living life one-day-at-a-time. They discuss their feelings, opinions, Alcoholics Anonymous, relationships in recovery and all the ingredients essential to living a happy and productive life.

  • My name is Matthew and I am a graduate of New Life House. My intention for writing this blogpost is to depict my experience o

  • I had been using drugs and alcohol for nine years when I finally hit an emotional bottom where I could not continue living th

  • At 18 years old, I could not even fathom what the next five years of my life were going to look like. I had grown...

Drug Education

Drug Education provides resources and insightful articles about the latest drug trends in the world today. We discuss the risks, dangers and using trends prevalent in youth culture today to help better educate the public on these life-threatening substances. If you have questions about a particular drug, need more information or simply want to talk to someone about a particular substance, Drug Education is the place to be.

  • Suboxone is a combination medication comprised of buprenorphine, an opioid, and naloxone, an opioid blocker. It is prescribed

  • Due to easy accessibility and low cost, many household items that can be used and abused to get high are becoming popular alt

  • Over the past several years, Fentanyl has been a growing contributor to the rise in deaths caused from overdose cases in the

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