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Share Your Addiction Recovery Stories

Community and connection are such an important aspect of a healthy and strong recovery, and one of the best ways to foster this is by sharing your drug addiction stories. By sharing your stories of recovery,  you are contributing to a powerful conversation that needs to happen and inspiring others to speak up, too.

To the person struggling with drugs or alcohol, you could be that voice that says “You can do this – recovery happens.”

To the mother who has lost her son to a heroin overdose, you could be the voice that says, “I understand your pain and I am here for you.”

To the children who grew up with a parent that was addicted, you could be the voice that says, “I’ve been there, too. Let’s help each other figure this out.”

We want to hear your stories of hope, stories of loss, and stories of recovery.

Share Your Addiction Recovery Stories

We Are Looking For Drug Addiction Stories About Your Experiences With:

Addiction
Recovery
Mental Health/Co-occurring Disorders
Friend or family member of an addict
Rehab or Treatment
Recovery Motivation
Dealing with change
Pain or loss
Lessons learned
Overdose/s

All addiction recovery blog posts need to be no less than 500 words and no more than 1000 words. Only original works will be considered. No promotions or spam-like material will be accepted. Please note that by sending us your addiction recovery stories or blogs/articles you are giving consent to recoveryas.com to publish your article/story on our website. Also, note that slight edits may be made (to improve grammar or for SEO purposes).

Send all blog post inquiries to lwhittaker@recoveryas.com and include the following:

1. Your blog post within the body of the email. If you have a title in mind, please include it.
2. Optional: Images that support your story.
3. A short bio with links to your social media (Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram)
4. A bio photo
5. If you would like, you may choose to remain anonymous. Please put Anonymous in the title of your email.