The Addiction Podcast

Derek’s Recovery Story-A Mother’s Persistence

Derek started on drugs at age 12 when he was introduced to marijuana.  He was an athlete – a wrestler – and a good student.  He progressed throughout his high school year to heroin via Percocet and Oxycontin.  He went to college on wrestling scholarship but lost it due to repeated injuries.  Began using cocaine…

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Synthetics are Not a Solution

In many cases, the current mentality and methodology for treating drug addiction is to substitute a supposedly  “less dangerous” drug like suboxone or methadone for the one addicted to.  It’s a “drug for drug” mentality and we believe there are alternatives in most cases. Synthetic drugs, also referred to as designer or club drugs, are…

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When Help Fails or Succeeds

The standard 28 day rehab program often fails.  It’s usually just not long enough to get someone stably sober. When you consider that someone did not become addicted in 28 days – it may have taken many months or years of scaling up to full on addiction – it a hard road to rehab in…

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Can Drug Rehab Cure Pain?

A large percentage of people addicted to drugs started on painkillers for some sort of pain.  The drugs can exacerbate the pain and add to it and cause it to get worse physically and mentally as addictions.  Listen to the stories of how the Narconon program helped people overcome not only drug addiction – but…

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Welcome to The Addiction Podcast

Welcome to The Addiction Podcast-Point of No Return. In this first episode, meet Jason Good, co-host with Joanie Sigal. Our goal is to give hope and encouragement to families, friends and addicts no matter what is occurring. We will have discussions between us, observations of the current drug scene and interviews with every segment of…

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