Season 1

The story of a mother, father and son as they discuss the challenge of opioid misuse, the hope of recovery and the effort to open a new high school that focuses on serving students in recovery from opioid misuse. State of Recovery is made possible by the generous financial support of Blue Cross & Blue Shield of North Carolina.

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Lost Location

WMA experiences disappointment when they lose the location they were hoping for.

Lost Location

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Overdoses and Naloxone

Carrson tells the story of how one scary overdose led to his eventual path to recovery.

Overdoses and Naloxone

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Loving vs. Enabling

Experts explain the difference between loving and enabling those battling addiction.

Loving vs. Enabling

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Family Support Group

Family support group shows how family members need recovery as well.

Family Support Group

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How has it Progressed?

Experts explain how the opioid epidemic has progressed from pills to fentanyl.

How has it Progressed?

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What is the Opioid Problem?

Experts explain the history of how the opioids epidemic started.

What is the Opioid Problem?

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Wake Monarch Academy

Leah decides to start a recovery high school called Wake Monarch Academy.

Wake Monarch Academy

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Limited Resources

Leah explains how there are limited resources for adolescents in North Carolina.

Limited Resources

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State of Recovery

How Things Got Worse

Carrson shares how his addiction got worse and progressed to heroin.

How Things Got Worse

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Meet Leah & Carrson

Carrson and his mom, Leah, share his story on how he became addicted to opioids.

Meet Leah & Carrson