Meet Our Founder Sabrina Riggs

Our founder suffered from drug addiction as a young adult in college. She managed to fight and win and has been clean for the last 12 years. She found support and success thanks to Narcotics Anonymous and wanted to share this with others. This is why her research center stands strong in Omaha, ready to reach out and assist with those in need.

It was her idea to have a phone line with 24/7 access. This has proven to be integral to the community and its needs. She makes sure that all staff understands the importance of helping the individual and they are all educated on local and public resources.

Sabrina Riggs has made sure there are licensed group therapists and counselors on site to talk and assist weekly in any way they can. This is meant to be a center to help the community and free people from the struggle of drug addiction.

Stop by our center for more information today.


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What Is Drug Addiction? Drug addiction is classified as a chronic disease. It is usually marked by ...
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New To NA?
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Four Sober Activities for People in Recovery
Four Sober Activities for People in Recovery
May 25, 2020
Having fun is an important factor in everybody’s lives; however, doing it sober can be quite hard, especially for people who are trying to recover from an addiction. Knowing how to have fun
FAQ List About Meth 
FAQ List About Meth 
October 30, 2019
Methamphetamine or meth is a very addictive drug. The worst part is that it is odorless. The drug is a white crystal-like powder. Methamphetamine has similar effects to amphetamine; however,...
Importance Of The Right Hobby For Success Recovery
Importance Of The Right Hobby For Success Recovery
March 20, 2019
When you are in recovery, your worst enemy is free time. This is because it can lead you thinking about using drugs or doing things or spending time with people that lead to you doing drugs....

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