In today’s world, social media is a powerful tool to offset the sensational and demeaning mass media portrayals of people caught in
addiction’s downward spiral. By sharing your story, you share the possibilities of a better life and the empowerment accompanying recovery.

We want to publish as many faces and voices of recovery on our various social media accounts, including Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram accounts as possible. We believe effective messaging can help eliminate shame and secrecy, challenge deeply rooted social stigmas, and facilitate a positive conversation about addiction and recovery in our community.  Let’s help each other celebrate the milestones in our lives today!



  • Include how long you have in recovery (can be in general or specific)
  • Briefly include where you were at your low point
  • Briefly describe what helped you get through
  • Add a few points of encouragement. What helpful insight have you gained to share with those who are still struggling? What do you do today that helps you maintain a healthier lifestyle?

Share Your Recovery Story:

I give Foundation for Recovery permission to use my story and photo for their public platforms in order to promote recovery in Nevada.

6 Months in Recovery! Nothing comes easy without work.   Jania K.

I fled to Vegas from Seattle on a one-way trip here to end my life. That didn't go as planned and I found out Las Vegas is a wonderful place to [find recovery]. I enrolled in the Total Recovery Program and got a Peer Coach through Foundation for Recovery named David...

Just to give you an idea of what I brought to the table when I came to Foundation for Recovery: I am a six-time felon, drug addict for over 20 years, and was homeless and lost. I came to a recovery rehab and was introduced to FFR where I got a Peer Recovery Coach who...

2 Years in Recovery FFR Has given me another outlet to meet more people in recovery. Amber C.