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Bridging the Gap to Recovery

On September 25, with the initiative of The Purpose of Recovery, the first annual Recovery Connection Rally in Orange County was held at Kiwanis Land Park in Garden Grove. The…
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National Recovery Capital Conference

The National Recovery Capital Conference will be taking place on Thursday October 28, 2021 at the Hyatt Regency in Newport Beach, CA.

Young People in Recovery Has A New Executive Director

Young People in Recovery (YPR) have officially announced the appointment of Ann Herbst as their new Executive Director, effective immediately. Ann has been with YPR since 2014 and previously served…
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Get Rid Of Your SUD Student Loans!

LRP SUD student debt no more! An amazing opportunity has arisen from The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA). They just released the FY 2021 Application and Program Guidance for…
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Critical Improvements to Behavioral Health Services in California Getting Ready to Take Place

California Assemblyman Jim Wood has set out to initiate significant and positive change with the introduction and hopeful passing of Assembly Bill 942. The bill will implement behavioral health components…
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Fentanyl Deaths in One California County More Than Doubled in 2020

Harrowing facts detailed as the estimated numbers have come out on how many people died from a fentanyl overdose in Santa Clara, California. The number of individuals who died from…
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A Movement for Millions: Reimagining Recovery

Thirteen years ago, I was waiting tables at a restaurant by the pier in Newport Beach when the manager brought out a tray of seasonal cocktails and told the staff…
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Data Shows Record-Breaking Spike in Drug Overdose Deaths

Representative David Trone has released a statement after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released data showing a record-breaking spike in drug overdose deaths in the last twelve…
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Enough is Enough: We Must Help Our Youth in Need

Suicide is the second leading cause of death for youth according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). The suicide rates among youth in California has continued to rise over…
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Virtual Reality: Is Peer Support Tele-Health the future of recovery support?

Representatives Tony Cardenas (CA-29) and Paul Tonko (NY-20) introduced the Virtual Community Support Act last week. The act is aimed to strengthen community-based and peer support services virtually both during…
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