We believe that celebrating life after addiction among people and their families provides a great source of hope for those who do not think it is possible. People who have recovered from a life-threatening state are evidence that the horrific symptoms of a disease can be eradicated and life after addiction can be attained.
This gives hope to people currently struggling.
The best weapon for fighting the stigma is showing that all things undesirable about people struggling is related to the brain disease and that the hijacked person bounces back without the undesirable things once recovered.
This gives hope to the community.