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Addiction Recovery Now! is a weekly radio program that discusses Alcoholism and Addiction recovery.

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Topics covered include: Causes, Symptoms, Intervention, Depression, Drug Therapies, 12-Step, Treatment Programs and much more. The format of the show is an informal round table discussion lead by Ned Wicker the author of this web site. We discuss all aspects of addiction treatment and recovery with a particular emphasis on the 12 Step process. Each step is discussed throughout the year based on the Celebrate Recovery curriculum from Saddleback Church.



October, 2015 Show

Al-anon helps families learn how to best deal with the terrible problem of addiction, this week on Recovery Now!

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Who are we?

Drug-Addiction-Support.org is a website built to answer the questions and concerns of those harmed by drug and alcohol addiction. It’s a collaborative effort between many people and resources so that you receive the most up-to-date information available. Our goal is to be independent and not promote any treatment center over another but give you the tools to make a well-informed decision.

We do recommend that everyone suffering from this destructive disease join a 12-Step group either through your local church, AA, or NA. If you are a family member or loved one of an addict we recommend you begin the 12-step process with Al-Anon a local organization set up to help you through this challenging situation.

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Addiction specialist Flo Hilliard from the university of Wisconsin discusses how drug and alcohol addiction effect the brain, this week on Recovery Now!...

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Getting back your sanity is an important benefit of addiction recovery listen and learn the process needed to return to sanity...
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Hope is an essential component of addiction recovery, how can you get hope back into your life and move toward recovery and away from drug addiction and alcoholism...
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This program introduces Step 9 of the 12-Step program. This step requires the addict to take the actions necessary make amends for the people wronged by the addiction. Learn why this is such an important step...
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This program introduces Step-8 of the 12-Step program. This step requires the addict to begin planning to make amends to those wronged by the addiction. Learn why this is such an important step...
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On today's program we're discusses what it means to admit that your powerless over your addiction. Why is it important that you accept that you're POWERLESS?...
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Denial is one of the most common reasons that people don't get treatment for their addiction. What are the characteristics of addiction denial and why do so many people have trouble admitting they have an addiction problem......
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Addiction Recovery Now!: On this program we answer some of the questions that we've received on the web site about overcoming drug addiction and alcoholism. How can you help someone to get into recovery?...
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Addiction Recovery Now!:On this program Ned, Dan and Debbie summarize the first six steps of the 12-Step Program; how can you tell if you're on track? Where should you be if the 12-Step program is helping you to stay in recovery...
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Addiction Recovery Now!:Joe Herzanek discusses Step 7 of the Twelve Step program: Humbly asked Him to remove our shortcomings. This step rally increases the changes in a person's life as they move into recovery from addiction.
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Addiction Recovery Now!: Joe Herzanek discusses Step 6 of the Twelve Step program: Were entirely ready to have God remove all these defects of character. A subtle but very key step in your recovery.
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Addiction Recovery Now!:Pam Eichler continues her discussion of transitional living and the Wisconsin Nazarene Compassionate Center for transitional housing. What is transitional housing and how does it try to help people.

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Addiction Recovery Now!:This program Pam Eichler introduces the Wisconsin Nazarene Compassionate Center for transitional housing. What is transitional housing and how does it try to help people continue to recover from addiction and alcoholism.
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Addiction Recovery Now!:This program outlines Step 5 of the 12-Step program and discusses some ways to choose who you disclose your inventory to and why telling God and another person is so critical to your continued recovery...
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This program discusses the difficult Step Four of the 12-Step program. Making an inventory of your wrongs but also focusing what you've done right. Click here to listen to today's program...
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On this program we will continue our discussion of alcoholism, depression and suicide how are they interrelated and how can you try to cope with them. Carolyn Hutsen tells her story to help shine a light on these issues. Click here to listen to today's program...
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We will teach you practical techniques that research has shown to be effective for achieving change and successfully ending addiction. We'll begin offering these classes this September through Learn-It-Live (Learn-It-Live is easy to use teaching tool and you don't need to download anything to use it). Click Register Now! below to join one of our classes. The registration process includes setting up an account, but you determine your screen name to protect your confidentiality.


Four new addiction classes:

- Addiction 101, a FREE 60 minute course introducing key substance addiction recovery concepts. This seminar examines many aspects of drug addiction, including symptoms and treatment. It also introduces the Stages-of-Change as a building for recovery.  It will be held on October 3 at 6:00pm central-time.

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- Intervention, introduces you to Change-Talk as an alternative to "tough-love". Change-Talk is a method, which you can learn, to get an addict (including yourself) to move away from addiction and toward recovery.  This is a 2-hour class that meets October 5, at 10:00 am central-time at a cost of $10.

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- Change-Talk, is a building-block for addiction recovery. This course teaches you to recognize, listen to, and encourage Change-Talk in yourself and others.  Research has shown it helps lead to positive change. This is a 2-hour class on Thursday, October 13 at 10:00 am central-time, for a cost of $10.

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- Effective Conversations, teaches how to use conversation to connect for recovery. Productive, change-focused conversations facilitate positive change and addiction recovery. This is a 4-week, 60 minute class that meets each Wednesday beginning on Wednesday, December 6 at 6:00 pm central-time, at a cost of $29.

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