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Cold Sober 
The Writers Guild of America, East, Hazelden Foundation and Writers In Treatment have come together to offer an honest dialogue among some of New York's most creative professionals who have been impacted by drugs and alcohol. Read More
Showtime: October 1, 2013 - 7:30pm
Rehab News 
A-List Rehab Closes Following Investigation
UPDATED: The embattled One80 Center, facing a police probe and a wrongful death lawsuit, shutters less than a month after an expose revealed its questionable care practices. Read More
Nevada Medical Board Cracks Down on Doctors Overprescribing
Las Vegas, NV- The state of Nevada is cracking down on doctors overprescribing dangerous prescription drugs.  Read More
Rehab Riviera
'Rehab Riviera' celebs push Malibu locals to limit
Malibu, CA- For the well-heeled, California's Malibu Beach neighborhood offers pristine sands, fine surfing and some of the best real estate on the US West Coast. Read More
Event Celebrates Recovery from Substance Abuse, Mental Health Obstacles
The event is being held in conjunction with National Recovery Month to raise awareness on the avenues people can take to treat behavioral health problems and sustain recovery. Read More
FLASHBACK: The Night of the Gun: A reporter investigates the darkest story of his life. His own.
The instant New York Times bestseller now in trade paperback: a "compelling tale of drug abuse, despair, and, finally, hope" (Chicago Sun-Times).
* Critical and commercial phenomenon: The Night of the Gun hit bestseller lists thanks to a national tour and rave reviews from every major newspaper in the country. Read More
NA News
Recovering Addicts Convene in Philadelphia
Philadelphia, PA - The addicts are coming! The addicts are coming! More than 17,000. In fact, they're already here! Narcotics Anonymous celebrates its 60th anniversary this weekend in Philadelphia. Read More
In The News
For the First Time, a US Hospital Will Offer Rehab for Internet Addiction 
The jury's still out on whether "Internet addiction" should be considered an official psychiatric condition. Read More

REEL Recovery Film Festival - NEW YORK

Sept. 27-Oct 3, 2013
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L'Shana Tovah; Everyone Knows Jews Don't Drink...and Other Myths about Addiction
The weeks following Rosh Hashanah, I had many conversations with fellow congregants about their relatives and friends who were addicts. Some even told me of experiences they had being "Friends of Bill W.," a code phrase meaning that they were recovering addicts and that they will always be grateful to Bill Wilson, founder of Alcoholics Anonymous and the 12 Step model of recovery. Read More
Recovering on Cape Cod: Moving from Pain to Hope
Falmouth, MS- Imagine being 19 years old and sitting in a psychiatric unit for 30 days, not even knowing your name, losing your identity in part because of excessive drug and alcohol use. Read More
National Recovery Month  2013 
Recovery Month, now in its 24th year, highlights individuals who have reclaimed their lives and are living happy and healthy lives in long-term recovery and also honors the prevention, treatment, and recovery service providers who make recovery  
possible. Read More 
Legal News 
Memphis Cop Charged with Using Cocaine
Memphis, TN - Federal prosecutors say a Memphis police officer has been charged with possessing a firearm while using cocaine. Read More
Bo Bruce in rehab clinic
The life cycle of a pop star is speeding up: Bo Bruce entered a singing contest just 18 months ago and she's already in rehab. Read More
Mike Tyson Reveals Why He Started Drinking Again  
Mike Tyson ex boxing champion turn actor has blamed his busy schedule and a return to his childhood home for his alcohol addiction after four years of sobriety. Read More 
'Seinfeld' Finale Actor Enters Rehab
New York, NY- Actor/comedian John Pinette, who gained fame playing the fat guy who gets carjacked on the series finale of Seinfeld, has entered rehab for treatment of an addiction to prescription medication, the Daily Mail reports. Read More
alcoholcost Alcoholism, Can You Afford It? A New Study by Alcohol Treatment Pensacola Says No
Alcohol abuse brings a heavy price. Not only does it damage the physical and mental health of its sufferers, it also contributes to financial ruin. Read More 
Too Much Budweiser Could Lead One to the ER
Baltimore, MD- Drinking a lot of alcohol can lead a person to an Emergency Room. Read More
Cocaine Hidden inside Fake Limes Seized in Colombia
Colombian police discovered more than a tonne of cocaine hidden inside a shipment of fake limes on Thursday. Read More
Clients Swindled by Loan Broker to Pay for Cocaine Addiction
Australia- A Cocaine - addled loan broker who used clients' identities to rip off more than $1 million in fuel and tax rebates should be jailed for up to 8 1/2 years, a court has heard. Read More
Hockney's Ex-lover in Drug Arrest after Death of Assistant, 23, who Drank Bleach after they had 24-hour Binge at the Artist's Home
Bridlington, East Yorkshire- David Hockney's ex-lover faces drugs charges after the death of a 23-year-old man at the artist's seaside mansion. Read More 
Prescription Painkillers Cause More Deaths than Crack: Global Study  
Prescription painkillers such as Vicodin, OxyContin and codeine kill more people than street drugs such as crack and heroin, according to the first global survey of drug abuse. Read More