Every September is observed on the national scale as “Recovery Month”, as a time to educate our population in order to reduce the stigma against those struggling with substance abuse. There are many services available to those who struggle with the affliction of abuse; it is possible for those who have – or still are – addicted to live productive and rewarding lives within the social order. It is important we do not forget that these are people who have families, and that their inclusion in our society be actively sought.

Learn more at https://www.naadac.org/national-recovery-month