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Advantages of Starting with Community College

Advantages of Starting with Community College If you are considering a return to school, you may be unsure where to start your search. While four year institutions and degrees do tend to carry more esteem than an Associate’s education, their utility isn’t one-size-fits-all. For many students, a community college education is more than

Partying Sober for New Years!

Partying Sober for New Years! One common concern for people in recovery from substance use disorders is finding ways to celebrate holidays and special events without chemical misuse. But with some planning, clean and sober celebrations, especially New Year’s Eve, can be more fun and more memorable than ever before! The main moment

Scholarship Recipient Spotlight: Adam Sledd

Scholarship Recipient Spotlight: Adam Sledd One of the ways the Ammon Foundation promotes the pursuit of higher education among individuals in recovery from substance use disorders is through our scholarship program. Today we are highlighting the achievements of Adam Sledd, a recent scholarship awardee from West Chester, Pennsylvania. With over six and

Top 4 Holiday Gifts for Friends in Recovery

Top 4 Holiday Gifts for Friends in Recovery With the holidays fast approaching, you might be wondering if there is a nice way to acknowledge the recovery of a friend or loved one in your choice of gift. With the exception of a bottle of wine, shot glasses, or anything in that vein,

Scholarship Recipient Spotlight: Gemmika Champion

Scholarship Recipient Spotlight: Gemmika Champion The Ammon Foundation is thrilled to highlight the achievements of another of our scholarship recipients, Gemmika Champion. A 23-year-old Philadelphia native, Gemmika is currently pursuing a Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychological Research at Drexel University and has been in addiction recovery for over two years. The road

Getting Over the Hump: Mid-Semester Study Strategies

Getting Over the Hump: Mid-Semester Study Strategies After a few days to a week off for Thanksgiving or fall break, getting back into the groove of classes, studying, and grinding out essays can be a struggle. Wouldn’t it be easier to just spend another week at mom’s eating leftovers and catching up on