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  • 00:31

    Combating Opiate Dependence With Suboxone Therapy

    in Health

    Suzanne Marcus Fletcher discusses with John M. Greene M.D. of Summit Estate Recovery Center why Suboxone is now considered the gold standard treatment for opioid dependence rather than older medications such as methadone, and much more about Suboxone and its therapeutic use.
    John M. Greene, M.D. is the Medical Director at Summit Estate Recovery Center, and is certified through the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology.  Dr. Greene partners with Summit Estate Recovery Center Staff and Clients by practicing a collaborative approach to total wellness. When a new client enters treatment at Summit Estate Recovery Center, Dr. Greene’s first priority is to ensure the client is able to detoxify safely and comfortably. This goal is achieved with a detoxification protocol that is tailored to each individual, and is targeted to address each client’s complex medical history and substance use patterns.
    Join us for the conversation on Suboxone on Monday September 23rd at Noon.
     
       

  • 00:27

    Suboxone, when it works and when is doesn't

    in Health

    Suboxone helps to transition people of of opiate addiction and back into a new life without the drug, this week on Recovery Now!
     
    Visit Drug-Addiction-Support.org for more information on moving past drug and alcohol addiction.

  • 01:01

    Buprenorphine

    in Self Help

    Our guest this evening is Jeffrey Junig MD who will be talking about suboxone.

  • 00:31

    The Use of Medication in Substance Abuse Treatment

    in Podcasting

    This week the St. Christopher’s Inn Recovery Radio Podcast focuses on the use of medications in treatment. Host David Gerber is joined by St. Christopher’s Inn  Director of Nursing and Admissions, Laurel McCullagh, to tackle the benefits and challenges of medicating clients in chemical dependency treatment. Together they shed light on when to medicate and for how long, and when not to medicate because a client is simply med-seeking.

  • 00:31

    Recovery 2 Day Starts With Lapse Prevention

    in Self Help

    Life After Detox is where recovery if any is needed starts.
    The first thing people with substance problems need are tools addressing how to avoid a lapse, when life becomes overwhelming without the substance. This is life after detox.
    Naltrexone and Suboxone are the tools of the trade obviously; reducing harms is the humane way to address the more severe cases.
    What happens when “life happens?” Waking up to the consequences of years under the influence is absolutely terrifying for the family and friends and the person waking up facing a new problem, what now?
    Recovery 2-Day is here to help you cope with the aftermath of substance problems; it addresses the emotional side of stress and the picking up the pieces.
    Find out how you can well; purchase your copies 2-Day. 
     Depression is the most common form or mental illness in the United States. Recovery 2 Day or R2D starts out where any recovery system should by bring you the most current information. Educating the public and the persons seeking help is vital to their good health. R2D starts treating you the moment you arrive, at the first event that occurs, which is craving, obsession and stress or co-occurring disorders. R2D helps you treat each and interrupt cravings. Cravings happen when a person tries to quit using alcohol or drugs. Recovery 2-Day  can show you safe cognitive tools in less than thirty minutes that you can practice daily to help yourself get well. By using the BlogTalkRadio, R2D can keep you informed to the latest recovery news. Join us weekly and help spread the news, there is Recovery 2-Day and it starts now.

  • 00:27

    Central Valley Interactive

    in Social Networking

    Can we defend marriage? NY goes gay.
    Whitey Bulger killed 19 (?) arrested in Santa Monica age 81. On run 16 years. Justice ahead?
    Caylee's trial - public attention
    Bachelorette Sunday

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  • 01:01

    A Father's Attempt To Help His Heroin Addicted Son

    in Lifestyle

    On the radio show today I am going to talk about my very personal and heart breaking battle to help my Heroin Addicted son get the help he needs so that he can be free from the chains of his Heroin Addiction.


    I will share how he was in an effective treatment program and was doing good and what happened that changed all of that for him. I will share the incredible and mind boggling story about what happened that led to him going into a downward spiral and he has now "crashed" so to speak. And I am with him and here for him to help him try and put the pieces of his life back together again.


    And, not only am I helping him with his most serious situation, I am a care taker for 2 other people who are mentally ill and disabled. I am also living with and dealing with my own issues of having 2 brain tumors. AND to top it all off, I am working on putting the details together for my upcoming brain tumor walk across America with my walker, beginning November 1st from Clearwater Florida.


    If you are a Heroin or drug addict or you know someone who is you want to listen to this show. You want them to listen to this show. There will be no "pie in the sky" easy fix, positive thinking mumbo jumbo talk on today's radio show. No, today the show will be about hard realities and REAL, Powerfully life-transforming ways to change our lives, regardless of our addictions or dysfunctional habits.

  • 00:30

    Balanced Living with Dr. Virginia

    in Lifestyle

    This week's show will feature a special guest, Dr. Bruce Latham, a family practice physician, who has an addiction treatment program as part of his practice. What does this have to do with our topic for the month of June on sexually explicit media you ask? Addiction, that's what. People who frequent sexually explicit internet websites, films and printed media become addicted to these formats and their brain chemistry changes in ways similar to people who have substance abuse problems. We'll hear Dr. Latham's thoughts on how this process affects physical and mental health. Be sure to listen in!!!