OpinionBy Jackie Turner January 31, 2024
How to improve health care access in the United States
Jackie Turner writes about the need to improve health care access in the United States in her latest piece.
NewsBy Taylor Nichols January 31, 2024
DC’s first stabilization center offers free drug and alcohol treatment 24/7
D.C.’s first stabilization center opened this fall, providing walk-in services for people experiencing substance use crises.
ArtBy Vennie Hill Bracey January 3, 2024
Fighting addiction during the holidays
This is here to give you some tricks and ideas to fight addiction over the holidays. Remember, no matter if…
ArtBy Vennie Hill Bracey November 22, 2023
Vennie Hill writes about the struggle of staying sober during the holidays.
ArtBy Marcus McCall November 22, 2023
Marcus McCall wonders if the mental health services in D.C. are actually helping people, in his latest piece.
OpinionBy Angie Whitehurst / Lisa Blackburn Ullven November 8, 2023
Road trip stories
Equine therapy can be helpful to people facing all kinds of trauma, including unhoused veterans, Angie Whitehurst and Lisa Blackburn Ullven write.
ArtBy Vennie Hill Bracey October 25, 2023
Vennie Hill on the importance of coping skills.
ArtBy Vennie Hill Bracey September 27, 2023
Being around the wrong crowd
Vennie Hill knows all too well how much it can hurt to be around a bad influence.
ArtBy Chris Cole September 27, 2023
Chris Cole celebrates her return.
ArtBy Vennie Hill Bracey August 30, 2023
Vennie Hill shares an update on her journey to recovery.
NewsBy Annemarie Cuccia June 7, 2023
DC returned millions of federal grants intended to end homelessness
Over the last 5 years, D.C. has had to return millions in federal grants to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
NewsBy Athiyah Azeem May 24, 2023
DC closes long-standing downtown encampment
The city permanently removed the people living outside of Street Sense Media’s offices.
ArtBy Chris Cole May 10, 2023
Black mental health matters
Artist/Vendor Chris Cole share his thoughts about Black mental health.
ArtBy Vennie Hill Bracey April 12, 2023
My second relapse
I was in the same program, about three and a half years ago. I graduated. Came home, and got into…
OpinionBy Wendell Williams March 29, 2023
The 12-step recovery programs aren’t for everyone — but they work and can help end homelessness
I held my brother’s hand as he took his last breath. Looking into his eyes I could see the results…
ArtBy Vennie Hill Bracey March 1, 2023
I’m learning healthy boundaries today. Starting with learning how to say no and mean it. I’m the type of person…
ArtBy Vennie Hill Bracey February 15, 2023
More tips for recovery
Your brain is your map to the future, waiting for something outside of you to feel something inside. Stop living…
ArtBy Vennie Hill Bracey January 18, 2023
Respect for yourself and others
Vennie Hill gives advice to get out of addiction.
ArtBy Redbook Mango December 1, 2022
You are not alone — It’s many of us who do not have a home A place of our own…
ArtBy Erica Downing November 2, 2022
Our lives are molded like clay, based on our decisions made each day. You may start out not knowing your…
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