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New Report:
Financial Wellness in Addiction and Recovery


Our new report provides some of the first national data on the addiction epidemic, its financial impact, and how those in recovery get trapped in between.


Trying to hold his life together, Billy admits he started “pulling mad loans, refinancing and selling my assets, my cars, and refinancing my home.” He even lost the business he had built. Finally, Billy hit rock bottom. Download this report to read the rest of Billy's story. 

Snapshot of key findings:

  • 82% of people said their loved one with an SUD experienced adverse financial effects due to their substance use

  • 48% said their loved one depleted their savings or retirement nest eggs 

  • Eight in ten people agree that regaining control over personal finances is one of the hardest parts of recovery