Posted by Addiction Recovery Care
Kentucky residents earning less than 150 percent of the federal poverty level annually, which is approximately $18,000, and are seeking residential treatment for an opioid use disorder qualify to have the cost of 30 days of residential treatment covered by KORE funds.
Posted by Loretta Smith
When a counselor told me that unforgiveness is like you are drinking the poison and expecting the other person to die. When I forgave myself and others it was like a very big load was removed from my shoulders. I had been packing that load since 2001. It had been so heavy.
Posted by Rhonda Nickell
I was on house arrest and waiting to go into treatment the next day, I had decided to cut my bracelet off and go on the run.
Posted by Madison Wardrip
My freshman year of high school is when I tried almost everything for the first time. I looked for anything that would change how I felt, no matter how long it lasted or didn’t last.
Posted by Tiffany Emerson
I was deeply depressed. I woke up every single day with the image of a gun in my mouth. I would go five or six days at a time being too depressed to shower.
Posted by Randall Craft
I hated the man I was on the inside but on the outside I felt like the most important person in the world.
Posted by Kayla Parsons
I was made to feel like I would always be an addict, or at the very least that my past would always haunt me and I could never amount to anything of value.
Posted by Tyler Witten
My story doesn't start like most. I was raised in a Christian home, by both parents, went to church every Sunday morning, and was active in Youth Group. So why would I get started into drugs? Acceptance.
Addiction has many faces. It will destroy you if you let it. I grew up in a family of addiction and as a result I despised drugs/alcohol.
Posted by Carla Copley
My name is Carla Copley and I am someone that lived most of her adult life as an addict. I hadn’t always been someone that was selfish, self-centered, and living in a fantasy world.