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Voices of Victory Spring Newsletter

Voices of Victory Spring Newsletter

By on Apr 28, 2019 in Blog, Recent News | 0 comments

Our first edition of the Voices of Victory e-newsletter has been sent out to subscribers! In it, we discuss the Family Program, an update on alumni events, and the ways in which we are adding value to the lives we touch. “Because the disease of addiction affects the entire family, we believe addiction rehabilitation should include support for our families, friends,...

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How Addiction Affects the Whole Family

How Addiction Affects the Whole Family

By on Nov 8, 2018 in Addiction, Alcoholism, Blog | 0 comments

Kerri Cunningham, program director at Victory Addiction Recovery Center, shares her thoughts about Sam Fowler’s recent TED Talk about addiction as a family disease. Frequently, the first inquiry call we get is from a family member of an addict or alcoholic. The family is in fear and does not know what to do. They don’t even know what to tell us. In this video,...

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Local Addiction Professional Appointed to State Regulatory Board for Addiction Treatment

By on Oct 31, 2017 in Recent News | 0 comments

Kerri Cunningham, LAC, LCSW Appointed to ADRA On October 27th, Kerri Cunningham LAC, LCSW was appointed by Governor John Bel Edwards to serve on the Louisiana Addictive Disorder Regulatory Authority Board (ADRA). She is the Program Director for Victory Addiction Recovery Center in Lafayette. The ADRA is responsible for educating, regulating, licensing, and...

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Addiction Treatment for Professionals: How To Stay Discreet

Addiction Treatment for Professionals: How To Stay Discreet

By on Apr 24, 2017 in Addiction, Blog | 0 comments

Many people who seek addiction treatment may feel nervous about others finding out about their illness; they may fear losing their jobs, relationships, or reputation. People whose professions are high-profile, like executives, school superintendents, or prominent newscasters, may feel even more pressure to keep their addiction treatment private. In fact, the fear of...

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