It’s Never Too Late to Change Your Life My name is Felton, and I’m from Dayton, Ohio. I’ve struggled with addiction for years. My use began long ago with alcohol, followed closely by marijuana. Not long after, a new drug emerged on the market. They called it crack...
You Are Not Alone: Why Mental Health Matters The month of May is dedicated to Mental Health Awareness, and there is no better time to explore the importance of mental health care. At Mahajan Therapeutics, we believe in you and want you to know you are not alone....
My name is Lauren M. I’m originally from Columbus, Ohio. I now live in Portsmouth, Ohio, and I have been clean for 20 months. I experienced rock bottom when my family cut me off and exiled me. I had been in a toxic on-again, off-again relationship for years. He was...
I am Ryann G, and I’m an addict from Columbus, Ohio. I have been sober for just over 18 months. I now reside in Portsmouth, as I was able to find employment and a support group in the city. I’ve finally felt like I’ve begun to build a healthy life for myself. I was...
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