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Recovery is possible. And worth it.
Nobody ever thinks they’ll find themselves struggling with an opioid dependency. It can happen to anyone, at any time. Recovery is possible. It starts with making the choice to change for the better, right now. Find resources now to start working toward a better life for you or a loved one.
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Recovery from substance dependency doesn’t have to be a solitary journey. There are many resources and providers in your area ready to help find the right, affordable treatment for your situation.
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Hear Real Stories from Health Professionals Within the Industry and People Who are now in Active Recovery
Dr. Stephanie Woodard
State Mental Health Authority and the Single State Authority for Substance Abuse
Hear Dr. Woodard explain the importance of recognizing that the addiction is not the person in order to end the stigma that prevents so many people struggling from seeking the help they need.
What you need to know about opioids
What are opioids?
Opioids are a group of chemically similar drugs that include heroin and prescription pain relievers, such as hydrocodone, oxycodone, morphine and fentanyl. Addiction occurs extremely fast, but with help many people have overcome their dependency.
Why you should get help
Opioid addiction happens fast and it can happen to anyone regardless of background or beliefs. Recovery may not be an easy process, but you are not alone. If you’ve sought help before or this is your first time there is still hope.