SMART Recovery Travels to Alaska!

by Sam Lester aka Sam29, Onsite and Online Trainer; SMART Volunteer I just returned from an Onsite Facilitator’s Training I conducted in Fort Yukon, Alaska on behalf of SMART Recovery. When I started out on my flight I wasn’t sure what to expect. I was a little...

Life is Good (continued)

Unexpected benefits of recovery (part 2) There have been many unexpected benefits of my recovery. The most important of these has been the unconditional love and support of my family. Many months after I stopped drinking,  I received a gift and the letter below from...

Life is Good

SMART taught me to how to “rock” my recovery  by Chip Engler I began drinking when I was about 14 years old.  Peer pressure is a powerful influence and drinking to intoxication soon turned into a regular occurrence — for the next four decades of my life. Flash...

Moving on from SMART after 23+ Amazing Years!

by Shari Allwood, SMART Recovery Executive Director Much like how long-time volunteers feel when they graduate and move on from SMART, my need to leave the employment of SMART elicits immense sadness and full acceptance as I realize the need to tackle recent...

Getting a Fix: Preventing Opioid Addiction

A three part video series The SMART Blog editors received the following press release and link for a video addressing the opioid situation. The video does not directly pertain to SMART but could be of interest. “In the three part series, Getting A Fix presents...
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