Miracles Of Recovery will build an all-inclusive atmosphere and platform for all who suffer from addiction as well as those who love them, addressing the stigma of SUD (substance use disorder), embracing all recovery paths, while providing real and affordable continuing engagement with treatment professionals and established recovery communities worldwide as well as creating new ones.
Miracles Of Recovery bridges generations, embracing the future while honoring the past, establishing innovative portals in recovery to engage this and future generations from mobile devices, Smart Screen TV’s, computers, and Virtual Reality as that technology evolves.
According to statistics from the National Institute on Drug Abuse: 64 Billion is spent per year for addiction health care with another 520 Billion a year lost to addiction related crime, missed work and productivity. What isn’t included in those numbers is the pain and suffering the 72,237 families across America felt in 2017 when someone they loved died of an overdose or the 10’s of thousands of other families who lost someone to other addiction related causes and illnesses.
Currently the thousands of “free” online recovery pages and sites are a smorgasbord of often nattering nonsense, memes, bickering, pop up ads, and nitpicking lacking any real depth and weight with precious little professional involvement.
As Miracles Of Recovery grows and evolves new pathways will develop, including methods of first contact, for introducing people in recovery back into the workforce, trade school or college, working with Health Care Providers and Government to maximize resources available, providing help and resources for those who lost someone to addiction, assisting veterans, housing resources, the Judicial system and Law Enforcement to help identify those who need help from those hiding behind addiction to avoid the consequences of their criminal actions and go a long way in identifying and putting out of business the bad actors in the Addiction Treatment Industry who prey on the suffering for profit.