The Treatment Specialist invites those who would like to share their inspiring recovery stories to be featured on the website and on social media. If you would like to submit your story, please review these guidelines and submit for review to Marissa Katrin Maldonado at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Recovery Stories Guidelines:
Submit with your first name and last initial or as anonymous.
Sign a waiver for TTS to use your submission (we will email you the form)
Recovery from Addiction, Mental Health, or Eating Disorder Conditions
Submit an article, video (5 min max), or audio file (5 min max)
Article must be within 500-1500 words in length.
TTS will allow 2 links in your article and 1 link in your Bio.
Content must be ORIGINAL and has not been posted online before. (Content will be checked via Copyscape to ensure originality)
TTS will provide basic editing and will work with you on selecting a headline.
TTS will select a licensed picture that best matches your article.
Once approved and posted, TTS will send you a link to share and use as you wish.
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If you are looking for a specific treatment provider, you can search our treatment directory and see if they are listed. You can also contact our helpline at 866-644-7911 for any questions, or visit SAMHSA.