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Mission Statement

Our mission at Prescriptions (Rx) Anonymous is committed to improving the lives of individuals living with the devastating effects of prescription, over-the-counter and alcohol drug addictions lessening the adverse impact on families and society as a whole.


We understand firsthand; from personal experience; how difficult it is to recover from prescribed or over-the-counter medication abuse can be – whether it is from medications, alcohol or both requires a physical and a mental commitment.

Transitioning from a treatment facility to returning home is one of the toughest parts of staying in recovery. Our structured aftercare programs guide you and your family to stay on the same page when it comes to what life will look like at home with the guidance from our certified addiction recovery coaches.

Recovery requires time, motivation and support, but by making a commitment to change, you can overcome your addiction to pills and alcohol and regain control of your life.

It is not easy to jump into recovery – but every step toward it is something to be proud of. If you or a loved one is struggling with any addiction, there is a way out. Let us help create an effective plan of action and lasting recovery goals and get back the life you want and deserve.


Cindy Rae Cooley
Medication Addiction Recovery Coach, RxA Director and Founder

Grief Recovery Method Specialist



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Grief is the normal and natural emotional response to any significant event loss, but most of the information we’ve learned about dealing with addiction loss is intellectual. Although our Grief Recovery Method Support Groups involve some educational elements, effective Grief Recovery must deal with your broken heart, which requires emotional support instead of intellectual explanations.

Cindy Rae Cooley Grief Recovery Method Specialist


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Swallowing A Bitter Pill: 2019 second edition now available for purchase. 

Cindy Rae Cooley's story of addiction to prescription and over-the-counter drugs, treatment rehabilitation, relapse, and current long-term recovery since 1997.

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