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10th Annual Experience, Strength & Hope Awards

The Giving Tree Treatment Center is a proud sponsor of the 10th Annual Experience, Strength & Hope Awards. This year's honoree is Actress and TV Personality, Jodie Sweetin. Most recognizeable for her role in the television series Full House, Jodie is in recovery with over ten years of sobriety.  She will be honored for sharing… Continue reading 10th Annual Experience, Strength & Hope Awards

Utilizing Tools in Recovery to Let Go and Move On. An Excerpt from “How to Make Peace with Your Past? (18 Powerful Tips)”

The Owner and Executive Director of The Giving Tree continues to dedicate her life to those afflicted with addiction to harmful substances. One of the key components to freedom from addiction lies within letting go and moving on. Below is an excerpt from the article, "How to Make Peace with Your (18 Powerful Tips)," featuring… Continue reading Utilizing Tools in Recovery to Let Go and Move On. An Excerpt from “How to Make Peace with Your Past? (18 Powerful Tips)”

7 Reasons Why I Thought AA Wasn’t for “Someone Like Me” By Sam Dylan Finch

7 Reasons Why I Thought AA Wasn't for "Someone Like Me" By Sam Dylan Finch 10/10/18 By the end, as we stood in a circle holding hands, I thought: “This is a cult, right? This has to be a cult.” I hadn’t racked up any DUIs and I wasn’t drinking vodka every morning, so what did I… Continue reading 7 Reasons Why I Thought AA Wasn’t for “Someone Like Me” By Sam Dylan Finch

“Trump Just Signed a Bipartisan Bill to Confront the Opioid Epidemic,” according to and Article on Vox.com

  Trump just signed a bipartisan bill to confront the opioid epidemic The law takes positive steps, but experts say it’s not enough. By German Lopez@germanrlopezgerman.lopez@vox.com  Updated Oct 24, 2018, 3:13pm EDT SHARE Ron Sachs/Pool via Getty Images President Donald Trump on Wednesday signed a package of bills to confront the nation’s opioid epidemic, following bipartisan approval for the… Continue reading “Trump Just Signed a Bipartisan Bill to Confront the Opioid Epidemic,” according to and Article on Vox.com