The Cobain Legacy: Music and Sobriety

https://www.spin.com/2018/02/frances-bean-cobain-sober-instagram/ We commend Frances Cobain, daughter of Kurt Cobain on her 2nd sober birthday. The impact of family hurts not only parents but also children, and the difficulties to overcome alcohol and drug use can become challenging given the social system reintegration and reliving trauma through the developmental stages that psychologically can become stagnant or…

Margaret Cho on Sober Living

We thank Margaret Cho, comedian extraordinaire, for voicing the importance of extending sobriety through sober living. Given the low rates of recovery and previous limit on rehab due to insurance, the focus on extending sobriety through sober living has been a controversial, in housing, but behaviorally transforming emphasis of sobriety in healthcare. Although having a…

Bobby Brown: A Story Of Hope

It’s great to hear positive news and an emphasis on sobriety as opposed to the turmoil cause by substance use disorder. We salute and wish the best to those public figures seeking help and leaving a path of hope for those that might never hear about the way out and the success stories. http://abcnews.go.com/Entertainment/bobby-brown-finally-clean-sober/story?id=43244157 www.bytheseasandiego.com

Bobby Brown: A Story Of Hope

It’s great to hear positive news and an emphasis on sobriety as opposed to the turmoil cause by substance use disorder. We salute and wish the best to those public figures seeking help and leaving a path of hope for those that might never hear about the way out and the success stories. http://abcnews.go.com/Entertainment/bobby-brown-finally-clean-sober/story?id=43244157 www.bytheseasandiego.com

Hope over Dope

The stories of hope in recovery from addiction and alcoholism, presently known as substance use disorders, are very real. The impact of school on the turnaround is very real and rarely heard (as well as employment). The challenge is finding these colleges that are willing to give individuals second chances as well as accommodating programs…