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The NNIA network presents Recovery Radio Fresno with Louis Angel and First Steps Recovery.
We will be going live at 9pm pacific. Click the link and tune in, and if you miss it. The show will be permenatly recorded to the link. On this weeks show our guest Joshua Beauchaine will talk about two recovery programs. SoCal Detox is a program located in Southern California and First Steps Recovery is located is Clovis Ca. Both of these programs are designed to take those in recovery to the next level of healing.Here Is a description from the web sites.
The first aspect residents notice about SoCal Detox is the respect and care we give to each person in our care. For many, hospital settings are cold and distant. Our detox specialists know that our residents are people, and they care for them in a personal way that is foundational in successful detox. Environment is important. Our ocean view property, located in San Clemente, California, is small and private, offering a non-threatening harbor for the first step to sobriety: detox. Our facility is a combination of breath-taking views, a culture that is well liked by our patients and a state of the art facility. We are fortunate to provide our patients with an environment that offers an entire panoramic of the Pacific Ocean. Our patients often spend hours just sitting and watching the incredible beauty this location has to offer, not to mention the sunsets.
First Steps Recovery is a residential detox program on a luxurious, 5 acre ranch in the beautiful foothills at the gate of Yosemite. Located just 15 miles east of Fresno in Clovis, we offer a highly monitored, safe detox that includes: monitored withdrawal services, withdrawal protocols, assessment, psycho-educational groups, yoga and exercise programs, case management, individual and group psychotherapy. Our physicians are specialists in detoxification and aftercare treatment.
Chicago Street Journal (CSJ) formerly South Street Journal for almost 20 years is “Chicago’s Newest Media Voice” and is ON THE AIR every Monday evening at 7:00 PM CST. Call in with your questions and comments at 646-716-8651.
We welcome the Publisher and Editor of Chicago Street Journal, Mr. Ron Carter as he shares news that matters to Chi-Town.
Joining Ron this evening will be “Special Media Correspondent” Andy Anderson of The Northwest Information Service. This organization was established in 1985 for the express purpose of helping Americans understand very specific areas of information related to the mainstream media in America.
This evening’s topic “Ten Top Censored News Stories of The Year” is based on “Censored News” published by Somona State University.
You can reach Mr. Anderson for further discussion and interviews at 847-312-0235.
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The NNIA network presents Recovery Radio Fresno with Louis Angel and Anna Bobikova from AB Lifetime recovery facility. We will be talking about the history, goals and success of this program. We are bringing the message of hope to the listeners and join the Recovery Radio Fresno Group on Facebook, or email me at email@example.com. Please call us at 1-602-753-1699 at 9pm pacific to speak with us when we are live on the show.
Anna wrote "Hello, my name is Anna Bobikova. I'm glad to present the AB Lifetime recovery facility. It is an intensive outpatient program and aftercare. We are doing, individual, group, and family counseling. I also do Ashtanga yoga style groups. I would like to talk about addiction generally, about my personal approach to counseling and what techniques we are using in helping clients in their recovery. I will be happy to answer your questions or to analyze your concerns regarding your personal recovery, future recovery or your significant other. Looking forward to talk to you! Sincerely, Anna Bobikova."
You can find her web sit at Ablifetime.com and her contact information is listed below
690 East Bullard Ave. Suite 103, Fresno, California 93710, fourth turn to the right if you are heading from N.First St.
On this episode of Red Light Sports Network's Chicago Bears Breakdown, hosted by Lucas Wimmer (@LucasAWimmer), the Packers' route of the Bears will be discussed. What went wrong and what needs to be improved will be covered, and next week's matchup with the Carolina Panthers will be touched on as well. What to expect from Jared Allen, Kyle Fuller and the rest of the Bears' defense will be another topic, as well as the weekly stock watch.
The NNIA network present's Recovery Radio Fresno with Louis Angel and guest Christine Riley. This is good friends daughter who has a good real life story about change and survival. Christine wrote "I BEEN TO PRISION 22 times smoked crack for 26 years lost all my children in the system then one day i just finally became tired an decided to change my life. I went to a program gave my life to the lord and never looked back. God Blessed me with another baby and things are truly different for me."
If you would like to be guest call me after the show at 558-492-0215, or firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also speak with us live by calling the number listed above. Please hear our other shows on Sunday at 9pm with Dwayne Wilson. Recovery Radio Fresno is bringing the message of hope to the listeners. Find our group on Facebook.
Today on Red Light Sports Network's Chicago Bears Breakdown, hosted by Lucas Wimmer (@LucasAWimmer), Chicago's thrilling Sunday night victory over the San Francisco 49ers will be discussed, as well as the upcoming Monday night game against the New York Jets. The injuries to a large group of Bears players, espeically Charles Tillman, will be discussed as well, including what we can expect from their replacements/how long they are expected to be out. A weekly stock watch will be given as well.
Join Marilyn Bradford and me in the discussions about recovery, addiction and the contribution that animals are to us! What is addiction, and why are people choosing it? And can animals assist in a different way? What else can we be with them? Please find more information about Marilyn here http://www.rightrecoveryforyou.com/
The newcomer is most likely an alcoholic, an addict, and difinitely "at risk." When they arrive in a structured program, it may involve intervention, detox, counseling, treatment, and avoidance of relapses. But the A.A. newcomer has no armor. They didn't hear that hear recovery in early A.A. very much resembled First Century Christianity. And there was therefore little stress on Christian fellowship, believing, prayer, or study of the Bible. Was A.A. like that? If so, the newcomer didn't hear it. The strongest contrast to what the newcomer didn't hear was stashed away in the pages of A.A. General Service Conference-approved literature, which offered a simple beginning. Quit drinking forever. Give one's life to God. Live according to God's will. And the placing of one's major focus on the helping of others. Was A.A. like that? The newcomer didn't hear it. When we started our research into A.A.'s background, our focus was on "training the trainers" as to what they did with and for the newcomers, urging Bible study, prayer, meetings in the home daily, and helping others. This information was virtually unknown in the Fellowship until our effort was turned on to research and publishing 46 books and 1,700 articles on how A.A. had begun and operated. Was that information passed along? The movement of A.A. from some 40 people in late 1937 to some 2 million today focuses much more on the social aspects of the Fellowship rather than on the guts of getting sober and preventing relapse. The answer we stress for the newcomer is absolute abstinence, helping others, learning the absolute necessity for relying on God and obeying His will. Though this lengthy series will cover books, articles, radio shows, webinars, and conferences, we'd like all the listeners to remember that the initial emphasis of early A.A. was on seeking God's help, focusing on how to help others, and essential elements.
The NNIA network present's Recovery Radio Fresno with Louis Angel broadcasting live at Sober Stock 2014 from Fresno's Manchester Mall in California.
This is free event for the whole family. Please show up and get ready to have some clean sober fun. Recovery Radio Fresno would like to thank our sponsor RLF print shop for helping us with shirts. RLF print can meet all you needs for any type of advertisment.
Recovery Radio Fresno is bringing the message of hope to the listeners.
You can contact me at 559-492-0215 or at email@example.com
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