feature articles

subtitle goes here

description sentence for feature article category goes here

Give the Gift

Give the Gift

A friend recently mentioned how she’d done a project with our mutual friend Amy Wood, an executive coach and author of Life Your Way. This woman said how much she enjoyed working with Amy and then...

read more
Navigating the holidays

Navigating the holidays

Consider them a time for growth: Reassess traditions, and be true to yourself and of service to others Are your usual traditions no longer fulfilling? The Rev. Jacob Watson says it’s wise to create...

read more
Recycled Rides

Recycled Rides

A Saco collision repair shop makes it easier for people in recovery to move on As Jessica Truman reached one year of sobriety in November 2017, her next steps were daunting: Rent an apartment, get a...

read more

All together now

With a multifaceted issue like addiction, there’s no one road to recovery. In fact, there are many. Community approaches are just as unique. The Bangor area has a community center that approaches...

read more
Transformed: Painter Eric Sorensen

Transformed: Painter Eric Sorensen

“There’s hope,” says Eric Sorensen. “I keep it simple. I tell them there’s hope.” That’s what he says when he meets someone living what his life was for decades – using narcotics, drinking, sleeping...

read more
Making Connections

Making Connections

Creativity is therapeutic, and certainly not just for artists. Stitching sock monkeys, painting on canvas with predrawn images or making an altered journal in an art therapy session – these sorts of...

read more

Recovery Stories

Authentic and inspirational stories of recovery from our community.

Wellness

Actions you can take to supplement your recovery.

Recovery Allies

Recovery allies are everywhere – from employers to the clergy, we actively seek them out and celebrate them here.

Recovery Programs

We believe in many paths to recovery, whatever works for you is what’s best for you. Here we make recovery programs visible.