1.One should never be alone during addiction recovery

Never Alone Recovery Hall (NARH) founder Don Roberts and his Board of Directors are forging a new path for peer recovery support services offered on the Flathead Reservation. (charkoosta.com)


2.Addiction recovery leads Cary residents to the life of volunteer work

Cary resident Mike Goldman began using drugs when he was in seventh grade, but professional recovery services and decades of volunteer work have helped him maintain a life of sobriety for more than 40 years, he said. (dailyherald.com)


3.Gardening provides those in addiction recovery healing, chance to give back

The Pennington County Sheriff’s Office is using a plot of land for a Garden Project. It provides therapy for people staying at the Care Campus in Rapid City. (keloland.com)


4.New Mobile App to Help Drug Addiction Recovery in Montana

A mobile application will be used to help treat addiction in Montana under a new partnership between an addiction treatment provider in Billings and a private company, state officials announced Tuesday. (flatheadbeacon.com)


5.Spanberger, sheriff press for more addiction recovery funding

His life started spiraling after he fell 32 feet from a utility pole. In 2003, Kevin Peterson was working as a lineman repairing power lines during Hurricane Isabel when he slipped and fell, seriously injuring his back.  (chesterfieldobserver.com)


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