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Posted by Nick | 06 December 2017

In this episode we speak with Tim, a family member who benefits from Frontline’s Family Matters group sessions. Tim discusses his relationship to a loved one suffering from addiction and...

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Posted by Nick | 25 July 2017

The Salt Exchange performs live at Summer SOULstice Fest 2017. Presented by Frontline Foundations, Inc. The Salt Exchange is a collaborative group that writes and performs as part of Frontline’s...

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Posted by Nick | 18 July 2017

What a wonderful event… Imagine a place where all walks of life of people came together with a bright sense of human helpfulness and kindness; a place where the elderly...

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Posted by Nick | 18 July 2017

In this series, Elise Sweeney speaks on topics such as support groups, hobbies, and friends, and how each help drive the road to recovery. Elise stresses the importance of being...

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Posted by Nick | 08 June 2017

Mayor Milo of La Porte, IN discusses addiction and recovery, with a focus on the social and health care components in the community.

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Posted by Nick | 16 May 2017

Community volunteer Judy Reales delivers a heartfelt message concerning the deep impact substance abuse and addiction can have on the family.

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Posted by Nick | 05 April 2017

In the back lot of Frontline Foundations, a substance abuse counseling facility in Chesterton, Indiana, is an unassuming looking garage with a sign on the door reading, “Welcome to the Conduit”. It is in...

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Posted by Nick | 15 March 2017

See how the shirts are made and how they support substance abuse treatment.

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Posted by Nick | 01 March 2017

Rachel Perrigo, Certified Substance Abuse Counselor, speaks on the topic of faith and the role it plays during the recovery process. Perrigo also discusses resources such as The Life Recovery...

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Posted by Nick | 01 November 2016

Infinity of Memory was released on ALBUM1 through The Artistic Recovery. We sat down with co-creators Joell and Jesse to discuss the song meaning and how the Frontline music program...

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