Hanna Marks grew up around the rooms of 12 step programs, and drank for the first time at age 11. This lead her on a path of alcoholism and addiction until the age of 17 where she decided to get help. Today, she is 24 and has been sober since 2011. Hanna helps young people in recovery with her company Wherehab, an active community and rehab review site. She is also launching a sober network app called Sober Young Network (SYN) soon.Read More
Rich shares his passion for recovery, how he stays sober, and how he helped launch teletech.
What is teletech?
Every facility is different and will use teletech in different ways. teletech is designed to fill the void.Read More
TJ Woodward is a revolutionary recovery specialist, bestselling author, inspirational speaker, and awakening coach who has helped countless people through his simple, yet powerful teachings. He is also the creator of Conscious Recovery.Read More
Brian O’Shea is an interventionist and sober coach who co-founded Caring Interventions, LLC, in 2010 with partner Kathleen Butler. He has facilitated successful interventions and managed cases in 20 states. Brian gives us some insight into how families are affected by addiction and follows up with some applicable tools that can help.Read More
Lauren is the Director of Programs and Partnerships for the Phoenix in Orange County, California. In addition to a Bachelor’s in Biochemistry, Lauren is a certified personal trainer and a certified holistic health and wellness coach. This background, along with her own experience as a person in long-term recovery, allows a keen insight to the mind-body-spirit connection and the effects of an active lifestyle on sobriety.Read More
Mick Maegher is a lawyer, Marine Corps Veteran, and has also been sober for 45 years. Mick tells us how he has been able to stay sober for 45 years. He discusses what body brokering is, what to look out for, and how to go about finding safe treatment options.Read More
In this episode we discuss why deleting Facebook was the best decision ever, the great city of Philadelphia, how to be in recovery and not always talk recovery, finding your passion, art, and much more.
Tate Gunning was a star athlete in high school and accepted a baseball scholarship to Arizona State University. It was not long before Tate had a taste of the party life in college, which led to a 15 year battle with addiction. Finally, while living homeless, he overdosed on heroin and nearly died—this was also the experience that changed his life.
Tom Ingoglia lost his best friend to drug addiction, lost half of his family in a head on car accident, and struggled with severe chronic pain which led to an opiate addiction. After countless different treatments that never seemed to work, Tom found NAD and it saved his life.