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2014 Spring Gala

Monday April 7, 2014

Presenting the 2014 Mona Mansell Award Honoree Jamison Monroe and Special Guest Performances at the St. Regis in New York City.

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Freedom Institute, a substance abuse treatment center in New York City, provides innovative comprehensive recovery programs for individuals and families suffering from the effects of chemical addiction. Our outpatient programs cover all phases of the recovery process. More

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Articles and posts from our staff blog.

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Anonymous No More

Now out in limited release, "The Anonymous People," examines what filmmaker Greg Williams calls the "private shame and public intolerance" of addiction. I ask (and so does the film): why are we perpetuating the shame and intolerance of those battling addiction when we should be propagating the fact that recovery works?

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Man Up

Gentlemen, you have no idea how powerful your story is until you tell it. I’ve done it. It works.

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A Miracle Antidote and its Detractors

Is the future of preventing opiate overdose now? The "antidote" Naloxone and its supporters say yes. Its critics say no.

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Announcing New Trainings at FI

Freedom Institute trainings are specifically designed to help treatment programs make the most of the family contact they have.

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Bystanders No More

I often ask the following question of Upper School students: “If your friend was drunk, would you feel responsible for them and their behavior?”

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