Recovery Stories

Incredible Recovery After 15 Years Addicted to Nearly Every Drug

Drew’s addiction began before the 7th grade with prescription drugs for “ADHD”.  Add an abusive father, anger issues and add pot, meth, coke, ecstasy, Atavan, Zoloft and more. Drew’s story of recovery leaves no stone unturned. Now stably sober through the Narconon program, his whole family is closer together. He is now staff and knows…

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Jam Alker – RockStar Uses Music to Help in his Recovery

Jam Alker is a songwriter who spins his experiences into stories. These stories, told through music, often touch on life’s dark, gritty underbelly, without judgment or condemnation, but often with a message of hope. In his formative years on Chicago’s music scene, Jam played virtually every stage in the city, then toured the country. Though…

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Austin’s Story – A Wyoming Recovery And Healthy Baby

Austin is a husband and father living in rural Wyoming.  He was raised in a family struggling with addiction and while he swore he wouldn’t go down that road, ultimately he did end up addicted to drugs and alcohol.  He now has a wife and 4 year old daughter who miraculously survived her mother’s addiction….

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Tony Denison – Award Winning TV Star’s Road to Recovery

This episode is an interview with award winning actor Tony Denison – co-star of TNT’s #1 drama series “The Closer” and “Major Crimes”.  He describes how he overcame his battle with alcohol and cocaine and how he is now helping others become sober and stay sober. Tony has received a Prism Award by the Entertainment…

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Maureen Stanton’s Story – Body Leaping Backward – Memoir of a Delinquent Girlhood

Maureen Stanton is a prize winning nonfiction writer whose account of a troubled adolescence spent immersed in alcohol, drugs, and crime is a fascinating story. She is author of “Body Leaping Backward: Memoir of a Delinquent Girlhood”. Her essays and memoirs have been published in Creative Nonfiction, Fourth Genre, The Florida Review, New England Review,…

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Alexis Johnson’s Story – Arrested While in a Hospital Bed. But made it to Sober. And Success.

TV co-star in the A & E hit series, “60 Days in Narcoland”, Alexis Johnson is 4 years sober. She has suffered everything imaginable, from 7 overdoses, 2 flatlines, 3 DUI’s, 7 trips to prison, burying 16 of her friends- including her ex-fiancé, and giving her addiction 15 years of her life. Today, she is…

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Paul Fletcher – Former Major League Pitcher and Now Recovered Alcoholic

When Paul Fletcher was a major league baseball player for the the Phillies and Oakland Athletics, many of his teammates drank. Alcohol was readily available. But Paul got to the point where he couldn’t stop. His wife and kids left him and he tried taking his own life by downing a bottle of prescription meds….

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Lee’s Emotional Story – Drugs, Dealing, Stripper, Sober. Incredible story.

Lee Burns says himself that with his upbringing there was no real reason to start drugs yet started down a road of self doubt and invalidation. He got clean, has stayed clean and is a very successful entrepreneur & public speaker. https://leeburnsgames.com/

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Cannon’s Story – 14 Rehabs, Many Challenges and Now Recovered

Parts of Cannon’s story mirror those of other recovered addicts that we’ve spoken to but it’s also different.  After going through 14 rehabs – including a wilderness rehab – and multiple felony indictments, Cannon finally found the Narconon program in Ojai California.  He’s not only clean and sober but helping others get that way and…

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Eric Burgiss – The 108 Challenge

Eric Burgess excelled at baseball.  Then, due to a bad car accident, his world and his family fell apart.  Starting with marijuana at a young age, he moved on to crack cocaine before he finished high school.  He not only took the drugs, he sold them.  He was addicted to the drugs and addicted to…

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