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.
The San Francisco Health Commission voted unanimously to support the opening of safe "Drug Injection Sites". According to the commission and the projects supporters, this will offer intravenous drug users a clean and safe place to inject drugs. What are your thoughts?
Scotty and Mel Aaron quit their jobs, sold their house, and decided to take a year off to explore the country in a VW Van. In this episode, Scotty, Mel, The Jess and Shane discuss what it takes to step out, take a chance, and do something out of your comfort zone.
In this episode, we talk with Justin and former US Navy SEAL Neil Trusso about how ABIT is helping men recover from substance abuse and past trauma in order to move forward and live a clean, sober and nourishing life.
John Mabry is an actor, speaker, and serves as Director of Public Outreach at Addiction Campuses. He also hosts the “High Sobriety” Podcast. John has worked on NCIS, ER, the movie Superbad and many others.
Dr. Cali Estes is a sought after Celebrity Addiction Therapist, Life Coach, Recovery Coach and Wellness Guru that blends talk therapy with forward and positive change to assist her clients in unlocking their true potential.
Shane rings in the New Year with a story about public restrooms and the importance of washing your hands after using the John. So how does this relate to recovery you ask? We're still not really sure. But what we do know is that Shane shares 7 ways that are imperative to help him stay sober, and how you can use these same 7 tips to stay sober and live a better life in 2018.
Former Papa Roach drummer Dave Buckner joins Sober Guy Radio to give a raw and never before heard account of what life was like before and after the band signed their first record deal which catapulted them into the worldwide spotlight.
Todd ‘Zman’ Zalkins grew up during the Long Beach punk rock scene, where surfing and back yard parties were nothing but the norm. When Sublime first started playing shows, Todd was right there in the middle of it all, and as Sublimes success grew, Todd stayed close with the band, especially lead singer Bradley Knowell.