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Introducing: Feinberg Hope Foundation

We are excited to announce the development of the Feinberg Hope Foundation, a donor-restricted fund within The Children’s Foundation which was created to reduce the financial hardship in receiving addiction and mental health treatment for adolescents and young adults in need. This foundation will provide individuals with the opportunity to receive compassionate guidance, personalized treatment...... Read More

The Broad Spectrum of Treating Drug and Alcohol Addiction

Drug addiction and alcoholism is a complex disease. It is characterized by intense, uncontrollable, craving, and obsessive drug-seeking even in the face of disturbing consequences. Worst of all, no one is immune to it. Traditionally, the path to addiction begins with the voluntary act of taking drugs, but over time, the individual’s ability to choose...... Read More

Hockeytown Hero Opens Up About His Son’s Overdose

If you know one thing about Ken Daniels, it’s his voice. The play-by-play announcer has been calling Detroit Red Wings games for more than two decades. Due to a tragedy in his family, however, Daniels is now calling attention to something much more important than any hockey game. A recent article in The Athletic Detroit...... Read More

Caregiving and Social Isolation

Anyone who has ever cared for an aging, injured, or ill loved one understands the stress involved in caring for their daily needs. In addition to that stress, The New York Times recently highlighted the dangers of social isolation and loneliness that individuals who are the primary caregiver for a family member face. The article...... Read More

Google Sets Limits on Addiction Treatment Ads, Citing Safety

When people need information, they usually turn to Google, the world’s largest search engine. In an article published by the New York Times, Google acknowledged that it may not be the best resource to utilize when looking for addiction treatment resources, citing consumer safety concerns. Treatment providers have paid up to $70 per ad click,...... Read More

The Truth About 5 Common Addiction Myths

When was the last time you Googled something and the answer you read turned out to be completely false? We’ve all been there. Sometimes a Google search yields some pretty inaccurate results, and unfortunately, those results can really cause damage. The stigma around many addiction myths continues to be potent and can truly prevent someone from...... Read More