Recovery Connection

BUILD UPON YOUR SOBRIETY WITH RECOVERY CONNECTION AS YOUR HELPING HAND!

Recovery Connection is the number one addiction help and resource center for people in all stages of recovery.

Drug Addiction Resources

Coping with a drug addiction is incredibly difficult for all those it affects. Recovery connection provides resources to help you understand your condition and the options you have to treat it.

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Drug Addiction Resources

Coping with a drug addiction is incredibly difficult for all those it affects. Recovery connection provides resources to help you understand your condition and the options you have to treat it.

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Substance Abuse Treatment Resources

Recovery Connection is the best place to connect with the substance abuse resources you need. From drug classes and information, to learnings about interventions or potential medications, learn about how we can help!

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Recovery Stories

Through focused treatment options and the utilization of addiction treatment resources, we can help you find a lasting recovery. The recovery stories of our alumni are proof that anyone can find a fulfilling sobriety.

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I Can be in Recovery AND be the Mom I Always Wanted to Be

January 10th, 2020

There was a time where I knew I had a problem with alcohol, but I didn’t consider myself an alcoholic. I was able to go without drinking for long periods of time, I even pretended to be a “social drinker.” It wasn’t until I’d hit a drinking binge that would last for weeks at a

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Shannon’s Story of Recovery

May 20th, 2019

Pittsburgh, PA  |  Sober Date: May 20, 2017 I am from a small town in western Pennsylvania and come from a middle-class family that loved and gave me whatever I would ever want or need. Like most teenagers, I kind of didn’t know who I was because I was part of many different groups of

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Learning to Love Myself While Finding Recovery

January 7th, 2019

Written by: Sara Sheppard My name is Sara Sheppard, and I’m an addict. Every recovery story is unique. You might find my story particularly unique, yet even in my situation, I can see the common threads existing for all addicts. For example, the hopelessness and helplessness that occurs with each individual hitting rock bottom. Or

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UnshA(A)ckled

January 2nd, 2019

Written By: Tim C. | Sobriety Date 10.28.16 I was born in central New Jersey weighing 4lbs, feet first, and a few weeks early – my mother was hoping for a girl. Naturally, I came into this world with the need to have my way. I had a normal childhood with two loving parents who were

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Started From The Bottom

December 19th, 2018

My childhood was wonderful. Although my family had its struggles, it wasn’t nearly as traumatic as some of the stories I have heard other addicts and alcoholics share. Yet, at the age of 15, we had moved to a new city and I realized I was gay, and my whole world turned upside down. I

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The Gift of Peace in Sobriety

December 13th, 2018

My name is Cassidy and I have recovered from addiction. Growing up, I was that girl who lived in a cookie-cutter suburban home, drove a BMW to school, played on the varsity basketball team, and made the honor roll each year. I am also the girl who, despite all the gifts I had in life,

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Finding the Joy We Used to Have

December 12th, 2018

I remember there was morning light streaming through the window the morning I started my journey with sobriety, and the room was full of an eerie glow that made it feel like time was standing still, or like it was dawn and dusk all at the same time. I was cold and sweating and shaking,

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Dying to Live: One Man’s Journey to Recovery

July 5th, 2018

Three times. That’s how many times Clyde died over the last two months of his addiction. Three times. The first time Clyde was in his car, just blocks from his heroin dealer. Fortunately, a cop had stumbled along, saw Clyde slumped against the steering wheel, and broke the car window with his flashlight. Fortunate too

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If You Are Struggling, There is Hope for Recovery

July 3rd, 2018

My name is Jackie and my sobriety date is 2/13/17. It took a lifetime of chaos and misery to get to this point. I am an only child and grew up feeling like an outcast. I had the glasses, the braces and was slightly overweight. All that made me the perfect target to be bullied

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Becoming the Father I Always Wanted to Be

June 15th, 2018

Addiction for me, began at a young age. Drugs and alcohol were a way fit in. I grew up in a good home with a loving mother and a step-father that came into our lives and treated me as if I was his own. My biological father was in and out of my life over

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Becoming A Sober Mom: A Mother’s Journey

May 11th, 2018

My journey of recovery began when I was around sixteen-years-old. I had begun my downward spiral, which is an integral piece of my recovery, because without that bottom I would never have found the willingness to change. I began suffering consequences of my addiction at that time: strained relationships, lowered self-esteem from my actions not

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The Other Side is For Real

May 9th, 2016

The Other Side is For Real I was very aware of people. I had to keep them at a distance. At the same time, a part of me so desperately wanted to be seen and known— the scared, lonely, honest part of me. But I played it safe. Stay hidden and keep people at a

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Recovery Connection’s Resources Can Help You Find the Best Rehab Program For You!

Our drug addiction resources can help you focus your search for drug treatment for aftercare resources so you get into the programs you need!