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By 360 Media, LLC
Former Harlem Globetrotter Lamont "ShowBoat" Robinson will guest host on the Been There Done That Radio Show on December 22, 2012

By 360 Media, LLC
Mickey Bush will be our guest host on the Been There Done That Premier show on December 15th at 6 PM Mountain Standard Time on KDXU AM 890

By SMART Recovery
SMART Recovery has two exciting events to wrap up the old and kick off a New Year! Usher in a safe and sober New Year with SMART Recovery!

By Georganne Bickle, Author/Speaker
PHOENIX November 28, 2012 — “A Good Brain Washing” book/workbook (ISBN 9781481077941) by Georganne Bickle, nonfiction work exploring the brain’s processes during thought and emotion and details the method of creating a personalized recording.

By SMART Recovery
New publications support community meetings for family & friends who have a loved one with an addictive behavior.

By Treasure Coast Recovery
Treasure Coast Recovery is seeking a full-time, licensed Clinical Director for our Substance Abuse Treatment facility located in Stuart, Fl. "Every Journey Begins With the First Step"

By SMART Recovery
SMART Recovery releases Family & Friends Handbook for concerned significant others who have a loved one struggling with an addictive behavior.

By Wellness Talk Media
What if there was an easier way to quit alcohol addiction? Have you heard of The Sinclair Method? Join us in beautiful Santa Barbara to hear about this new research regarding alcohol addiction and meet actress Claudia Christian.

By Baked-Oysters.com
New Orleans native and Upstate SC resident Joe Galloway has published Baked Oysters: A Thanksgiving Encounter. The story has a family coming together for the holiday in search of peace and healing in overcoming the pain brought on by alcoholism.

By A.T.R.I.
Co-Chairman and CEO of MGM, Roger Birnbaum, resigns studio leadership post for independent producing but continues to promote a highly successful addiction treatment center in Los Angeles

By Treasure Coast Recovery
Our new treatment center located on the Treasure Coast of Florida is a quaint 18-bed program conducive to a "new beginning" and provides an opportunity to "heal" from drug addiction and alcoholism.

By Grey Matters International
Grey Matters International, a company utilizing medical advancements in the quest to move closer to curing addiction/alcoholism, opens San Diego, CA location

By Grey Matters International
Grey Matters International, providing advanced brain science procedures in the quest to cure those with addiction and alcoholism, expands into the Phoenix, AZ market

By Grey Matters International
Known as a leader in the quest to cure drug and alcohol addiction, Grey Matters International expands to the Houston, Texas area. The move broadens the scope of available high-end recovery services.

By Katie's Writing and PR Services
Dr. Fred Von Stieff’s new book reveals the truth behind alcoholism and substance abuse, exposing their relationship to genetics and the brain's neurotransmitters. His work will revolutionize the way the world views addiction and attains sobriety.

By Jon Faivre
Researching her dad's manuscript that chronicles alcoholism in their Native American culture, Zella uncovers evidence that her father was murdered and searches for the truth. Support BlissPath on Kickstarter.com today.

By www.upfromdown.info
Ted Adamson, author of the newly released addiction memoir says possession and exorcism is real. Ted will be a guest on the on Health & Healing with Angela Levesque on May 3rd at 8:00 Pm Pacific time.

By Albert Flynn DeSilver
Author Albert Flynn DeSilver, who served as Marin County California’s Poet Laureate, donates a percentage of proceeds from new memoir to recovery, literacy, and mindfulness education programs.

By Jennifer Burch
A survey reveals there are more than 7,500,000 children under the age of eighteen who are living with at least one parent who abuses alcohol.

By Today's Step, Inc.
Today's Step is an iPhone/Android recovery support app. Whether you are in recovery or simply want to live in better health, this app delivers a daily message, easy-to-follow exercise videos, an audio meditation, and stories from recovery community.

By Strategic Book Group
The hurts of childhood extend into adulthood, and can have far-reaching effects. To Cherish Harm is the autobiographical story of a severely abused child, bloodied by a disturbed alcoholic mother.

By TPRM
Innovation 360, a leading team of counselors for alcoholism, addiction, depression and anxiety, has expanded its practice to include a Ft. Worth area location to better accommodate clients from across North Texas.

By Strategic Book Group
‘Four Alcoholic Virgins’ Get Mixed Up With Murder in This Sexy Thriller!

By Ranjana Banerjee
As per report posted in The Washington Post on Friday,January 6,2012, six students of Loudon County midlle school students were caught on Thursday at school under the influence of alcohol, the county sheriff office said.

By The Crime Lab Entertainment, LLC
Periods of Rain, a new film by The Crime Lab Entertainment, LLC, offers a complelling look into gender identity, alcoholism, sexual abuse and other social issues.

By Sober Nexus
Stuart Birnbaum of Recovery Advocates, a Los Angeles, CA Drug Rehab Treatment Center, Promotes MGM’s “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo” as a Means of Sober Fun

By Mei Ling Starkey
During this month, Rock Recovery Ministries joins other agencies in the country by recognizing its own achievements in helping addicts break the endless cycle of addiction.

By Benchmark Recovery Center
Benchmark Recovery Center is proud to announce that they are a sponsor of the first ever Big Texas Rally for Recovery. The rally will bring together thousands of supporters to bring attention to addiction and better understand the steps to recovery.

By Mark Banov, MD
WellStep, an office-based treatment program located in suburban Atlanta announces its new outpatient alcohol treatment program allowing patients to safely discontinue moderate to heavy alcohol use without hospitalization.

By Mark A. Tuschel
Okay, I quit. Now what? / Becoming a Re-Invented Alcoholic The latest book from Mark A. Tuschel, author of: Living Sober Sucks (but living drunk sucks more) The Malingerer’s Handbook – Living off the fruits of someone else’s labor

By The Mell Williams, Jr., Van Fundraising Committee
A childhood Polio survivor, now supervisor of the JASA (Jail Alternative to Substance Abuse), Program, survives a stroke and seizure and is honored as Honorary Polk County Deputy by Sheriff Grady Judd, as presented by Chief Bryant Grant.

By Author Marketing Experts
Once consumed by eating, drinking and buying ‘stuff,’ a woman regains control of her life and now helps others recover

By Rhonda Shrader
Thrive Research and InWorld Solutions are using technology to address one of society’s most intractable diseases—drug and alcohol addiction. Patients at the Janus Community Clinic in Santa Cruz are using avatars to learn and practice new skills.

By BookBuzz.net
Forgiving, funny and achingly honest, Jo-Ann Birch's poetic memoir gracefully weaves a journey from her Canadian upbringing marred by family alcoholism, to an authentic life of love, spirituality, and lesbian motherhood in America.

By SMART Recovery
Free online workshop with Dr. Michael Edelstein on Sunday, June 5, 2011 at 12:00 Noon Eastern Time

By Wisconsin Assoc. on Alcohol & Other Drug Abuse
The 45th annual Wisconsin Assoc. on Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse (WAAODA) Spring Conference “A New Perspective: The Changing Face of Addiction, Prevention, Treatment and Recovery Services,” at the Country Springs Hotel, Waukesha, WI May 16-18.

By Twin Feather Publishing
Important steps for "winning" the battle against addiction.

By SMART Recovery
Community Reinforcement Approach and Family Training creator and co-author of the book Get Your Loved One Sober: Alternatives to Nagging, Pleading and Threatening to appear as guest speaker at April 18th Family & Friends Meeting.

By UBH Denton
University Behavioral Health Denton is speaking out about the dangers of alcohol during Alcohol Awareness month in April. There is a growing concern of the long-term health affects of alcohol among teenagers that consume it before the age 15.

By Derek Haines
Derek Haines releases a new ebook this week. A saga of separation and lost love.

By SMART Recovery
SMART Recovery Handbook now Available in Seven Languages

By Drink/Link Moderate Drinking Programs and Products
Beat Binge Drinking: A Smart Drinking Guide for Teens, College Students and Young Adults Who Choose to Drink is the first and only comprehensive alcohol program teaching young people what sensible, moderate drinking is and how to manage it.

By WeDoRecover.com
The greatest myth about alcoholism is that “Only once acceptance of the illness has been reached by the alcoholic will any treatment work.” This is false. Many alcoholic patients are forced into treatment and that this is NOT a bar to recovery.

By WeDoRecover.com
Often alcoholics are last to recognise the severity of their drinking and begin to accept that they need detoxification and further rehab and a clinic. It's also incorrectly assumed that unless the alcohol is highly motivated that rehab won't work.

By Jeff Jurmain
For those who want to shake the pull of alcohol, kudzu root has long been thought as a herbal remedy. A new study assessed kudzu for this ability. Can the root of a plant lower one's desire for alcohol?

By Cate Stevenson
People at higher risk for alcoholism might also face higher odds of becoming obese, findings from a new study show.

By The Healing Place of Wake County
The Healing Place of Wake County is hosting a number of events this year to celebrate 10 years of providing emergency shelter and recovery facilities for homeless individuals in our community.

By aacultwatch
aacultwatch has been established by members of Alcoholics Anonymous who are concerned about the development of an extremist movement which has located itself within AA, and to which we assign the characteristics of a cult.

By Michelle Lamar
Teen behavior can be a red flag for future problems related to drug addiction. In the past few weeks, there have been two research studies published about teen behavior and drug use that parents need to be aware of.

By Michelle Lamar
The holiday season can be a tough time for those struggling with addiction issues and for families with loved ones struggling with a substance abuse issue.




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