From Crack Addict to Multi-Millionare

The popular pillow inventor recently discussed his past crack cocaine addiction and the role that religion played in helping him get sober. The term “pillow salesman” doesn’t exactly conjure thoughts of drug addiction, controversial business decisions or ties to the Trump administration, but entrepreneur Mike Lindell’s rags-to-riches story is unusual by any measure. According to Read more about From Crack Addict to Multi-Millionare[…]

Recovering addict leading way in End Heroin HSV Walk

HUNTSVILLE, AL (WAFF) -The End Heroin HSV Walk is just days away. Organizers say the goal is to come together to fight and raise awareness to substanceabuse. David Wilbourn is on the board with Not One More Alabama and works as a manager at His Way Recovery House in Huntsville. He’s now an advocate Read more about Recovering addict leading way in End Heroin HSV Walk[…]

Trump urged to expand substance-abuse treatment access

In May, Portman, Brown and six of their bipartisan colleagues introduced the Medicaid Coverage for Addiction Recovery Expansion (Medicaid CARE) Act, which would increase addiction treatment services to help combat the heroin and prescription opioid epidemic by modifying the IMD Exclusion – an arcane policy created in 1965 that limits Medicaid funding for residential Read more about Trump urged to expand substance-abuse treatment access[…]

Alano Club of Kent Co. receives grant in support of new opiate addiction support program

The Sebastian Foundation, a Grand Rapids-based family foundation, has awarded a $10,000 grant to the Alano Club of Kent County in support of the agency’s new opiate addiction support program. (Courtesy: Alano Club of Kent County) GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (NEWSCHANNEL 3) —  The Sebastian Foundation, a Grand Rapids-based family foundation, has awarded a $10,000 Read more about Alano Club of Kent Co. receives grant in support of new opiate addiction support program[…]

Governor Announces Addiction Funding for Open Access Centers, Recovery High School Projects

ALBANY – Governor Andrew Cuomo on Wednesday announced two new actions to expand addiction treatment and recovery services for people across New York. A Request for Applications makes up to $4.5 million in funding available to develop nine Open Access Centers across the state and a Request for Information has been released that seeks input Read more about Governor Announces Addiction Funding for Open Access Centers, Recovery High School Projects[…]