ALLOW RECOVERY TO BECOME A
LAMP IN YOUR DARKNESS
Addiction took both my parents, two grandmothers, grandfather, and uncles. I took the same road as those family members. The loss of my identity allowed me to live 20 years in the darkness. I used and abused all drugs, leading to stints in jail and institutions.
I thought if I went into recovery, I would get my old life back. I was wrong. There was so much more to my addiction than drugs. Recovery didn't give me my old life back. Instead, it allowed me to learn a better life. I'm no longer living in an internal battle with myself. I am no longer fighting the man in the mirror or the man within. Recovery allowed both to work together.
~ Mike Fiore
Outreach Director Facing Fentanyl
We Need You.
The Recovery Community has played a large part in educating others and spreading prevention about the effects of dangerous drugs.
Recovering out loud and sharing your lived experience can prevent others from making deadly choices. At Voices For Awareness Facing Fentanyl, families impacted by fentanyl poisoning and the recovery community are walking together and are becoming one voice for prevention.
Kev Mac Video's Facing Fentanyl Part 3
In this three part series Mike Fiore and Andrea Thomas of Voices For Awareness Facing Fentanyl sit down with Kev Mac Videos to help spread awareness regarding the fentanyl epidemic in America. Andrea talks about losing a daughter to fentanyl and Mike talks about addiction and the term overdose.
Former Drug Dealer: 'Fentanyl is a Weapon of Mass Destruction'
Michael Fiore discussed fentanyl poisoning with families impacted by fentanyl and Dr. Phil. FEntanyl, a deadly synthetic opioid, has poisoned and killed many of the country's youth and young adults- and it's killing them, or they are getting hooked. Fiore discusses his perspective on just how dangerous buying drugs on and off the streets is.
Our stories lie in what we have overcome,
not what we have done
Find your Tribe #IRL
Admitting there is a problem and wanting to get clean is the first step. Stopping the use of the drink or the drug is next. Surrounding yourself with people in recovery, and finding your tribe will help you get there and learn to sustain a life in recovery.
988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline
We can all help prevent suicide. The Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals in the United States.
Browse the OIAA Meeting Directory
The OIAA Directory features a variety of online AA meetings, worldwide; featuring various formats such as video, telephone conferences, email or chat and in many languages. Browse our directory for the next available meeting or search to find a meeting that speaks to you.
Local NA Helplines & Websites
Use this method to locate helplines and websites for local groups near you who can assist you in finding a meeting. This is our best recommendation for finding an NA meeting.
A global community of 3000 mutual-support groups in which participants meet weekly to help each other overcome the life challenges caused by any addiction (to drugs, alcohol and behaviors such as gambling).
Finding Purpose After Addiction: The Inspiring Story of Mike Fiore | The Hopeaholics Podcast
Meet Mike Fiore
Motivational speaker and founder & CEO of #INSPIRE2INSPIRE.
Mike has a powerful story of overcoming substance abuse and is dedicated to helping others do the same. As Director of Outreach for voicesforawareness.com and FacingFentanylnow.org, he uses his platform to raise awareness about the dangers of addiction and inspire positive change. lives of others.
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