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Minister Willie Henderson
Minister at My Father's House Shelter, Residence & Bible Training Center For The Drug Addicted
Willie J. Henderson is an ordained minister and modern day follower of Christ’s. He is founder and administrator of the “Christian Drug Recovery Residence & Bible Training Center” . A non-profit organization established to shelter, house and teach struggling addicts how to follow the example that Christ set for mankind to overcome temptations in Luke 4:1-13 by learning how to apply the integrity, promises and power of the Written Word of God in reference to their addiction. Willie also gives encouraging speaking engagements, assist churches, missionaries, and other ministries that cater to struggling addicts in the area of educating them so that they will know how to spiritually counsel and accommodate those who come through their ministry doors that are wrestling with drug, alcohol addiction and self image.
Tune in Thursday, October 16th, 2014 at 7pm cst to hear how drug addiction can take you to depths you never thought you'd go.
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Drug abuse can be a devasting habit for the abuser, their family and society, but getting to the root of it all can be an even bigger challenge. Not everytime but sometimes a drug abuser can start doing drugs to numb what's really going on within them. Although normally your not ready to deal with it because it takes you to a dark place not to mention one of the most traumatic times in your life. But unfortunately it's a must that you go there so that you understand the addiction. This episode a very special friend will be my co-host to discuss her addiction and how she found God in the mist of it all.
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.
Drug Addiction affects 23.2 million Americans — of whom only about 10 percent are receiving the treatment they need. Drug addiction is a dependence on an illegal drug or a medication. When you're addicted, you may not be able to control your drug use and you may continue using the drug despite the harm it causes. Drug addiction is a disease, but a treatable disease.
Special guest: Suzan Swanton currently serves as the Grants Project Officer for the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s (SAMHSA) Addiction Technology Transfer Center grants. Prior to joining SAMHSA, Suzan was the Executive Director of the Governor’s State Drug and Alcohol Abuse Council in Maryland and the State Opioid Treatment Authority for Maryland. Suzan has 38 years of experience in the field of substance abuse treatment, policy development and training. In 2001, she received the Nyswander-Dole Award, which recognizes extraordinary work and service in the opioid treatment field. http://www.samhsa.gov/
September is National Alcohol & Drug Addiction Recovery Month. Join us as Mental Health Therapist Robyn Hill talks to us about Drug and Alcohol Addiction from a professional point of view. Robyn is the Owner/Therapist at Robyn C. Hill Counseling and Professional Development Services in Beachwood Ohio and Executive Director at Virtue Inc. for Women
Robyn is an awesome resource for women who need empowerment, inspiration, motivation and/or professional assistance.
If you have your own personal story of addiction and recovery I Am A Superwoman wants you to join us to share your experience.
Please join us! http://www.blogtalkradio.com/iamasuperwoman2 Call in: 845.277.9243
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.
Wednesdays at 9pm Pacific. Call (818) 572-2947 to speak on air.
Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill (AIMI), hosted by MaryLovesJustice Neal
Advocacy to end police violence against the mentally ill, end solitary confinement, decriminalize mental illness, remove barriers to timely psychiatric treatment, increase mental hospitals, reinstate insurance coverage for psychiatric hospital inpatients, relax laws blocking involuntary commitment, establish assisted outpatient treatment (AOT) programs that mandate continued psychiatric treatment and provide subsistence assistance (food and housing) for mentally ill people, especially those released from correctional facilities and hospitals. Eliminate incarceration without trials, support crisis intervention team (CIT) training for police and corrections officers. End capital punishment against all people, especially those with brain dysfunctions caused by retardation, drug addiction, and/or mental illness.
We support H.R.3717 "Helping Families in Mental Health Crisis Act", a congressional bill introduced by Rep. Tim Murphy in December 2013.
Guests include people who did or still do wrestle with mental illness in themselves or close relatives as well as people with specialized knowledge about inmates and defendants with mental illness. Visit "Dog Justice for Mentally Ill" blog at http://DogJusticeforMentallyIll.blogspot.com to learn about AIMI's Complaint against the USA to the International Court in 2015 regarding the need to replace imprisonment, homelessness, and death with treatment and subsistence assistance.
To be a guest, contact MaryLovesJustice Neal at (678)531-0262, or email MaryLovesJustice@gmail.com