Friday, February 1, 2019

Addiction and work: One mother’s story

Addiction and work: One mother's story

As a loved one of someone suffering from addiction, Kristen Goettsch felt the effects of the disease in profound ways. It severely impacted her mental and physical health, as well as her ability to perform at work.

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Solving our nation’s greatest health challenge

We're positively disrupting the system of addiction care to help more people get well. Hear how from CEO Kevin Kirby, who spoke at the recent Stand Together Catalyst Summit.

Stand Together commits $3.5 million to those facing addiction 

Stand Together partners with nonprofits around the nation to transform lives and revitalize communities. We're proud to be one of them, and we're incredibly grateful for their support.

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Coaching data

There's nothing more important than knowing we're helping people improve their lives. Check out this month's data snapshot.

Face It TOGETHER @ Work

Workplace partner Q&A: GE Johnson

GE Johnson, our first FIT @ Work partner in Denver, is dedicated to supporting its team members, strengthening its culture and tackling a critical issue facing our community.

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Ask a coach

Dave Jansa
 Peer coach

Q: My loved one refuses to get help. What can I do?

A: It's important to remember this is a very common response from someone with the disease of addiction. Though difficult, patience is key. You can still show your support, offer suggestions and set boundaries with your loved one.


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