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Amy Klobuchar Sep 16
It’s . My dad struggled with alcoholism and he was, in his words, "pursued by grace." He received the help he needed and I believe everyone should have the same right. Visit for resources you or a loved one may need.
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Patrick J. Kennedy Sep 3
A compelling new episode of the ’s podcast addresses the US opioid crisis, discussing everything from personal stories to practical solutions. I encourage you all to listen as we observe .
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UCF Sep 20
Self care is 𝒐𝒌. Asking for help is 𝒐𝒌. 𝒀𝒐𝒖 will be 𝒐𝒌. UCF has the resources and support you need during along with every day of the year 💛
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Joyful Heart Sep 24
Important info and support for :
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BGEA Sep 26
One in 7 people in the U.S. struggles with addiction—and was one of them. Listen as she shares 5 tools that can help you break free of your own addictions.
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“SHADOW” OUT NOW Sep 27
It’s and I added my story about my journey to recovery to Google’s initiative. Video here: If you're seeking recovery, help and support - go to to find the services you need!
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Cissie Graham Lynch Sep 25
Replying to @CissieGLynch
On today’s , I talk about my past struggles and share 5 tools for recovery during this . (2/2)
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International Bipolar Foundation Sep 16
September is . Do you have a dual diagnosis (mental illness + addiction)? Write a guest blog for us! Email agood@ibpf.org
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MediConnect Sep 24
September is in the US and strives for patients lives protection. What can be done to recover from addiction crisis? How can we avoid addiction? Visit our website and help us save lives !
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Mayor Marc McGovern Sep 23
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UCF Sep 20
That moment when an NFL Super Bowl Champion joins you for tailgate 🤩 Coinciding with , UCF hosted a sober tailgate for our Knights fans 👇
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Filter Sep 4
"If a person can get to a point where they no longer experience their drinking or drug use as a problem—or it’s at least substantially less of an obstacle in their life—shouldn’t we celebrate that success?"––
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FDA Minority Health and Health Equity Sep 9
Daily exercise may be one method to reduce cravings and withdrawal during the first 72 hours of smoking cessation. 👟 This learn other ways to manage cravings and stay smoke-free: via
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Thistle Farms Sep 19
It's & there is much to celebrate at Thistle Farms. 🎉 This blog features Kristina from manufacturing (a maker with a mind for machines) & an amazing opportunity to celebrate recovery by DOUBLING your donation with
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Frankie James Grande Sep 12
It’s & I’m standing with the 23M Americans who are living in recovery from addiction. If you or someone you care about is seeking recovery help & support are available at  Together, recovery is possible & that’s something to celebrate
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Sean Astin Sep 24
It’s so great to be in Rochester, NY, an absolutely beautiful beautiful place. I’m excited to join on their 5th Annual Event. Thank you to for helping get the word out to the public!!!
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drew Sep 24
happy !!! as of this month i am 11 months sober & happier than ever 💗 celebrate recovery
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Brown University Sep 8
September is and Brown is home to a number of resources for students who are living sober or in recovery. The SoBear Activities Club, is a student-founded group that provides sober activities for students on and off-campus.
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Judi Reiss for Congress Sep 17
Replying to @JudiforCongress
is a lifelong battle. We have to start treating it like one. Find out more: and click “Fighting Addiction”.
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UCF Sep 25
You 𝗖𝗔𝗡 get through this 💪 is here to share the steps you can take to cope with PTSD and reduce your anxiety and fear.
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