Did it make a difference in somebody’s addiction recovery process? How stats can show possible outcomes on a blog!


Amazing discovery this morning!

Looking at our blog stats find out there was a search (“how we make the heroin“) that linked to a story we did on the Secret Santa addiction recovery story titled “How do we get addiction recovery to stick: Secret Santa inspires heroin addict to clean up – C…“!

Read it here!

Here’s the image from the Stats on the blog this morning:

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One Response to Did it make a difference in somebody’s addiction recovery process? How stats can show possible outcomes on a blog!

  1. Pingback: Have you played the game of being homeless yet? ABCNews did this story: The Conversation: Homeless Simulation Game Forces Players to Confront Tough Choices – ABC News | Homelessness in Savannah, Stories for Learning

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