Wednesday, June 15, 2016

“Congrats are in order for my firstborn, and I’m proud to oblige. Having braved the crucible of addiction (and pleased the court), his ongoing commitment to recovery continues to inspire and amaze.” —Iron Man star Robert Downey Jr. congratulating his son Indio on his sobriety and the release of his band's new single.

Read more about Robert Downey Jr. and his road to recovery.
Addiction is a family affair. Whether you are a father who has struggled with addiction or a son or daughter who is supporting Dad's recovery, dealing with the aftermath of addiction can be tough. Father’s Day can mean many things to many people. On this Father's Day — June 19 — take some time to enjoy your new life with your family. You can’t forget or change the past, but you can move forward, stronger and healthier from having dealt with it.

I Hope There's a Heaven

How Greg Kayko, the single father of two young children, learned the value of being prepared to Dodge and Question rather than always trying to Answer

From Convict to Rabbi:
Rabbi Mark Borovitz Is the Holy Thief

Rabbi Mark Borovitz talks about the spiritual malaise in our country and how we need to recognize that each individual matters. What this means for addicts is that we need to treat the human being, not the disease.

Adolescent Alcohol Exposure

A new study from Binghamton University shows alcohol exposure during adolescence leads to chronic stress vulnerability.
Renew provides relevant and engaging information and resources to help individuals recovering from drug and alcohol addiction and their loved ones create and embrace a healthy lifestyle.

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