Addiction – What Can the Family Do?

What Can the Family Do? This is a question that most family members of an addict struggle with greatly. They often feel helpless and hopeless. Over and over, they ask themselves, “Why is this happening? Why doesn’t our loved one just stop? How could anyone be so self destructive? Why do they keep hurting themselves and Read More …

Addiction and the Family: The Negative Impact and Consequences of Addiction Stigma

The Negative Impact and Consequences of Addiction Stigma on the Families and Friends of Addicts. It is critically important that the family understand that addiction is a grave and chronic brain disease. This is a proven medical fact. So why is there a stigma attached to addiction? Why do family members often feel ashamed and Read More …

My Doctor was My Drug Dealer

“It is a consistent counting and recounting, a loss of things internal – where your psychiatrist has become your drug dealer and he’s on speed dial, because he’s your favorite person to call.” by Lara Frazier, Clean Recovery Centers The above is an excerpt from a poem I wrote about my experience with prescription pill Read More …

5 Signs That Your Son or Daughter is Using Drugs

If you are concerned that your son or daughter is using drugs, your intuition could be right. However, your child could also be suffering from a mental illness or another disorder, so be sure to seek the advice of a medical professional before coming to the conclusion that your child has a substance-use disorder. Most Read More …

VIDEO: Clean Recovery on Morning Blend in Tampa, September 20

Opioids are Devastating for All Ages say Clean Recovery Leaders During Tampa Television Interview   Shayne Sundholm and Austin Cooper on Morning Blend in Tampa, September 20 How scary are opioids? “The federal government has declared a national state of emergency with the opioid epidemic,” said Shayne Sundholm, CEO of Clean Recovery Centers. “We are Read More …

Opioid Epidemic – A National State of Emergency. What Can Be Done?

Up to 150 people or more are dying every day from drug overdoses, a number that is growing at an alarming rate. In response, the Federal Government has declared the Opioid Epidemic a National State of Emergency. But, to date, no plan has been advanced. By Nick Cuneo, President and Founder of Clean Recovery Centers Read More …