These are links meant to help survivors in their recovery. We're just like everybody else and we deal with struggles that everyone else does. So you will find links that will help to improve
the lives of survivors, whether they are dealing with addiction, weight loss, wanting to find employment, improve their health, rehabilitation, splints, devices, etc. These links are meant to HELP those living with Traumatic
Brain Injury. This is to help our community THRIVE.
Consumer Safety GuideWe’re here to help you and your loved ones get the answers you need about consumer and medical products. We want to educate the public and ensure consumers are informed about defective medical products, dangerous drugs, and high-risk consumer products.
Our goal is to be your go-to online resource. We provide accurate, relevant information in one place, so it’s easy and convenient for you to know what risks you face.
AddictionResource.com, who raises
awareness on the dangers of addiction and helps local communities stay
Recovery Village, an organization dedicated to providing the best treatment possible to those struggling with substance abuse and co-occurring
disorders. It is our philosophy that all individuals with the desire and ability to seek treatment are provided with the highest quality care for very reasonable rates. We currently have several
locations across the country and plan to expand in the future.
Drug Dangers,Drug Dangers was developed to educate the public and lend a hand to people who have been affected by defective drugs and medical devices. Our goal at
Drug Dangers is to keep the public educated and informed of all defective medical devices and dangerous medications that are currently available on the market today. Pharmaceutical companies are
trusted to put safe products on the shelves, yet thousands of people lose their lives each year due to prescription medications with adverse side effects. By spreading awareness, we believe we
can lower this statistic by decreasing the number of recalls, saving more lives of those who have been affected.
"Substance abuse is a risk factor for having a traumatic brain injury and traumatic brain injury is a risk factor for developing a substance abuse problem." –John Corrigan
Keeping this concept in mind, whether personally dealing with TBI or assisting a family member, it is important to address mental health risks associated with addiction. For
more information on treatment for addiction, visit: www.addictionguide.com/treatment/