In the final episode of "Enough is Enough," we interview a mother who has become a resource for anyone seeking to escape addiction, no matter how many times they've tried before.
In the latest episode of "Enough is Enough: Addiction," three 17-year-olds open up about their experiences with drugs.
When her son's best friend committed suicide, Gail became even more determined to become part of the solution for young people.
Dr. Matt Kaplan talks about treating overdoses in the Emergency Room, and about why the patients he sees are getting younger and younger.
The Masters family had two children addicted to heroin. One was lost to addiction, and the other fought her way into recovery.
When Jesse first began smoking marijuana, he never imagined it would lead to him becoming addicted to prescription pills. See his story in the fist episode of "Enough is Enough."
The seven-part documentary series highlights lives that have been touched by addiction.
A new film explores the woman behind the superstar, an artist and an addict who we can all relate to.
What does it mean to thrive in recovery? Not to suffer through recovery, or survive being in recovery, but to succeed and thrive.
Building on al-anon's three c's, a new program is empowering family members to contribute to their loved one's recovery, not their addiction.
In the Fall issue of Renew, the star shares how 25 years of recovery has shaped his life.
By Brook McKenzie || By the Grace of God, my nieces will never know me as a drug addict, a convict or a thief. They will only know the real me; the one that God intended me to be. Read More....
Thriving in Recovery: Rusty Golden
By Michelle Horton || The singer and songwriter had been sober for 888 days when he spoke to Renew about his new album and new life. Read More....
By Fiona Purcell II My daughter turned over and fell asleep quickly and peacefully. I on the other hand lay on the floor for half an hour longer in complete existential angst. She could not have been more right. . Read More....
"You have to hold on to that fundamental quality of faith. Have faith that on the other side of your pain there's going to be something good."
- Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson