Paths to Recovery was a project-based partnership between Recover Alaska and the Daily News-Miner in Fairbanks, Alaska. The project looked at Alaska’s history with alcohol, the system of care for alcohol abusers, how that system might be improved and underage drinking and what’s being done about it.
My new life started 8 months ago. That is the day I gave up drinking alcohol and started my journey to recovery. After years of addiction, I landed in the Emergency Room after drinking way too much and unfortunately, this was not my first alcohol-related trip to the ER. The look of concern and fear […]
Executive Director Tiffany Hall guest hosts New Beginnings and shares her story of recovery on KOAN 95.1, Bridges 2 Recovery radio show. Listen here. SUBSCRIBE TO OUR NEWSLETTER FOR MORE NEWS LIKE THIS, STRAIGHT IN YOUR INBOX!Leave Blank:Do Not Change:Your email:
Two Recovering Addicts Share Their Paths to Serenity After Conquering Substance Abuse When we think of a person with a drug or alcohol addiction, we tend to imagine adults. But many of the recovering addicts we spoke to said their habits started in childhood and escalated over time. For some, it stemmed from a […]
Hello, my name is Stacy. I am Dena’ina Athabascan from Tyonek, Alaska. On November 8, 2016 I celebrated 90 days sober from alcohol. I haven’t consumed drugs since March 8, 2016. I have been struggling with addiction since I was 11 years old; I’m 29 years now. I must say recovery has brought me […]
From Ivy League to the penitentiary, one man’s story of redemption and hope. I will never forget the moment in 2004 when Judge Hardesty told me that I was sentenced to 6 years in the Nevada State Prison for the crime of drug sales. How had I reached a point in my journey that […]
A powerful, personal account from a recovering alcoholic on how society views alcohol. Read the full article from The Huffington Post here. SUBSCRIBE TO OUR NEWSLETTER FOR MORE NEWS LIKE THIS, STRAIGHT IN YOUR INBOX!Leave Blank:Do Not Change:Your email: