For today’s show, I’m joined by Vanderbilt University professor Dr. Andrew Finch, one of the country’s foremost authorities on integrating education and recovery support in an academic setting.
Today, I’m excited to bring you our first viewpoint from the law enforcement side of the opioid crisis with Deputy Samantha Clementi of the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office in South Florida.
Poppers, ecstasy, cocaine, oh my! Lots of people use drugs to enhance sex. But, what could this mean for your health? We sat down with sex-pert Amy Baldwin to get to the bottom of it.
For today’s show, I welcome two guests who can give us an inside look at the role outpatient treatment plays in the overall recovery journey: Alex Dorsey, who leads the admissions team for 13 outpatient facilities, and Ashley Buchanan, who serves as a patient care coordinator for Georgia treatment program Black Bear Lodge.
Art had always been Freddy’s calling from his early graffiti days giving rise to quickly becoming the most sought after black & grey realist in the world. Addiction was ubiquitous in gang lifestyle and Freddy was no exception as he went into a downward spiral of heroin addiction.
Leeann’s story is so instructive in many ways; as she shares her first 13 years of recovery in a state of physical sobriety and emotional inebriety. Leeanne’s path was hard work, with lessons learned and spiritual self-truths acquired – while wondering in the often dark and foreign wilderness of sobriety.
Can marijuana actually cause problems with learning and memory? What makes each strain different, and what does this mean for the effects? As more and more states legalize medical and recreational marijuana, it is becoming more and more important to get to knows the ins and outs of this prevalent drug.
Brandon shares his implausible journey to recovery, and the miracles that have transpired in his life since achieving substantial and meaningful recovery. Listen Up.
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