Addiction and Recovery

"In the long run, there’s going to be an increased need for treatment.”
What happens when face-to-face meetings, a lifeline for people with addiction, are banned?
"There’s nothing sexy or hot about using someone else to get high."
Inside the controversial "aversion therapy" of Schick Shadel, a 10-day inpatient rehab facility near Seattle.
"Opiate withdrawal makes any kind of sensation too much -- too bright, too loud, too scratchy."
In an interview on "Good Morning America," the actor opened up about addiction, his marriage, and his upcoming film, "The Way Back."
The opioid addiction crisis was a hot topic in the last presidential primary. Not so much today, even though people are still dying.
The singer said she "can't even watch" her infamous 2017 sit-down on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show."
The singer is bravely opening up about how childhood sexual abuse led her to self-medicate in a powerful new memoir.
A team of researchers wants to find a better way to help people addicted to methamphetamines.
If someone uses drugs, does that mean they don’t deserve our compassion?
When 1% of its population was caught in the grips of a heroin epidemic, Portugal took the radical step to decriminalize drugs. It worked.
“I was the wildly controlled drug addict and alcoholic," the actor told Variety of her struggles.
The actor used the attention around his personal life to do a little good.
My life could've been different if I had the resources to understand my experience.
The character debuted in May, but the show just announced it would explore her backstory and how kids can deal with parental addiction.
“Sesame Street” is tackling the opioid crisis in a way kids can understand through a new muppet, Karli.
The metal band is postponing eight shows in Australia and New Zealand as its frontman recovers from his battle with addiction.
Undermining Medicaid would gut substance abuse programs and leave clinics struggling for funds.