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Drug addiction in this country is out of control. From street corners to doctor's offices. We will be discussing drug addiction and the hard road of recovery. With sobriety there has to be a life change. Focus will be on ways, tips and hints to stay clean in a culture of drug use.
September is National Recovery Month. Join us for a special “Live From Trenton” broadcast as we discuss the work being done by the Governor’s Council on Alcohol and Drug Addiction in NJ by putting the spotlight on the Council’s 22 Annual Summit at the Hyatt Regency in New Brunswick.
We will speak with two of the principals participating in this event as we explore the important work being done to help individuals overcome addiction and educate others on the available resources for prevention.
Our guests will include former NJ Governor James McGreevey. He works with the women of the Integrity House Program at the Hudson County Correctional Center. McGreevey presently guides and directs the Integrity House initiative's spiritual counseling as well as works with the women upon discharge to secure mentoring; a continued commitment to principles of recovery; and, reintegration into the Hudson County community.
We will also talk with Benjamin John Chin, a keynote speaker at the event. Now 25 years old, Chin has been in recovery since age 19. He is currently a senior at Rutgers University majoring in Public Health and Linguistics, and plans to pursue a law degree with his sights set on influencing domestic health policy in the near future. All of Ben’s involvement on campus contributed to his development as a leader making it possible for him to become a founding member of the non-profit organization Young People in Recovery, which is a grassroots advocacy organization that mobilizes the voice of young people in recovery from addiction.
The Governor’s Council on Alcohol and Drug Addiction executes three core functions: policy and planning; public awareness and education; and, the administration of the Alliance to Prevent Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Program.
Join us as we launch our first episode of "Reality Check 317" on The UCOFW Network ... Featuring Cie Johnson and Senica Harris. We will discuss family issues and drug addiction
A deep look inside opiod Drug Addiction
In Home Detox
Dr. Marc Grant
Addiction Recovery The Grant Clinic
Addiction Recovery means to stop the addictive behavior! But addictive behavior usually results from a complicated maze of issues.
We focus on treating the tasks at hand until they are resolved. Then refocus on next steps as they come along. It's impossible to anticipate all the "what if's" in the beginning.
Our total program helps you (1) stop taking addictive substances, (2) provide medication support to reduce physical cravings and (3) Behavioral therapy to help you build recovery and life tools so that you can successfully deal with new issues each day as they come.
Callers: Gentleman wishes to thank Roy for his discourse on hypnotism. Call on Drug Addiction: Gentleman has a drug problem and is going to prison on Monday. Call on Relationships: Gentleman asks how does he recover from being dumped by his girl friend. Why it is dangerous to be connected with women in a needful way. Call on Compulsive behaviors: Gentleman may have an obsessive/compulsive behavior. Call on Marriage and Family: Lady says her daughter doesn't want her father's new girl friend at her wedding.
We are spirtual beings inhabiting a temporary biochemical physical structure, one that operates according to chemical changes based on changes in the energy surrounding the body and the energy generated from within. Depression is more than a mood swing, it is a biochemical reaction in the brain, which produces electrical impulses that send messages to every part of the body. Depression can be deadly, when biochemical reactions in the brain cause electrical impulses that trigger thoughts of self destruction. Suicide is often the consequence of depression, which is why some medications warn of side effects such as thoughts of suicide. Depression is not something you can talk yoursef out of. Ignoring it won't make it go away. People who are depression prone often use drugs to alter the brain's chemistry. Some may use prescription drugs and some may purchase illegal drugs on the street corner. Nevertheless, drug addiction can result when the brain becomes dependent upon outside help to combat depression. And yet, there is a natural way to alter the brain's chemisty and fight depression, which doesn't cost a thing: Laughter. How do we induce a state of joy to create laughter and change our brain's chemistry? Understanding how it works may help us make some choices about who we allow to influence our moods and how we can learn to control our thoughts. Dr. Kenneth Nave, author of "A Season Of Afflictions" helps us understand the intricate workings of the brain, and how we can protect ourselves against deadly depression that can prompt us to kill ourselves or others.
Dawud Whamsby Can’t-U-See
Jack Cole of Law Enforcement Against Prohibition testifies on behalf of medical marijuana
Words from a crazy old man
Jack Cole of Law Enforcement Against Prohibition at International Symposium on Economic Crime
More words from a crazy old man
Louis Muccido A Day in the Death of Donnie B
More words from a crazy old man
The Crazy old man A Day In the Life of a Homeless Person
in Self Help
This week we bring to you a lot of great news about addiction and recovery.
There's a disturbing report about very young alcoholics.
CELEBRITIES, CELEBRITIES, CELEBRITIES!
You'll learn what celebrity shouted out to a crown that she can give oral sex without giving oral sex.
BREAKING NEWS: a school (operating as an alcohol and drug rehab) is forced to shut down after being exposed for neglect and abuse.
Then there's the cocaine smuggler busted in New York (you won't believe where it was hidden). A cop that gets his job back after he claims he didn't take cocaine but rather it was from his erection cream.
It's another great week, and another great show you don't want to miss.
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