Resources for families facing the scourge of addiction.

Drug Addiction naranon

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Alcohol Addiction   Al Anon

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This book has helped me get through very rough times.  READ it each day   SESH

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addiction blog Informative webpage on addiction

 

Muir_HeroinReport  A must watch to get a better understanding of the addiction problems we face  America and how it effects you.

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Orange County Social Services Resource List

Social Service Resource List

Social Service Resource List

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Social Services Resource List


Birthdays

Birthdays

  I’m Celebrating my Nar-Anon 2nd birthday this week.  Last night, our meeting was full of celebrations.  30, 60 days, 6 months, 1 year, 2 years, 3 years, 5 Years and last but not least 14 Years.  What keeps people coming back? The same question asked after...

Real Stories #1 – Written by: Katie Donovan

From time to time, I’ll post stories that truly touch my heart. My Daughter The Addict-A Suburban Mom’s Nightmare I was the PTO mom, the carpool mom, the Brownie leader. We ate family dinners at the table, taught our children manners and took family vacations....

No Matter Who You Are…

I was reading an article today that showed the below video of Barbara Eden discussing the loss of her son to a heroine overdose back in 2001. Her pain is real, it’s raw and sincere.  No mother should go through this. Rich, Poor, from the best of families or the...

Liar – Ed Brazell

Found on Facebook – Reflections of Addition This is written by: Ed Brazell Liar For most families that have addiction in them suffer from fear. It is a constant reminder of what everyone has to deal with everyday and I’m talking about the entire family...

Take Action against Addiction – U.S. News

Worth the read. Drug abuse affects all of us, and we must act to prevent more unnecessary deaths. Take Action against Addiction – U.S. News “Keep hope alive. People with substance use disorders can recover. That takes good treatment, hard work, ongoing...