As a recovery champion, Kelly is a combination of unflagging positivity, unflinching courage and unqualified candor. She is the embodiment of whatever the Spanish equivalent of joie de vivre is crossed with a certain je ne sais quoi. Read More
*WITH NONE OF THE JUNKIE BIT. AND, FOR THAT MATTER, MUCH LESS OF THE ACID-TECHNO AND MAD BITS AS WELL.
Andrew has spent most of his life as a musician and composer. Consequently he has also had many different occupations from laundry worker and record shop manager to music and spoken word producer to founder of a record label to founder of a school for troubled teenagers to…well, you get the idea. Here he shares shares some insight into the man in recovery he is today. Read More
Megan is no stranger to recovery out loud. Over the past 12 years, she has maintained a blog (now also home for her creative business), Crazy Bananas, that has mixed life, work, parenting, and being a small business owner along side candid posts about her personal battles and achievements as a person—a creative person—in long-term recovery. Read More
Natasha is currently promoting a new initiative by the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids. The center piece is the short documentary, Breaking Points. A film that addresses prescription pill abuse among teens. Read More
Stephen, a dog-lover in recovery, was struck by a very basic need of people entering rehab: Care for their pets while they were away. With that in mind, he founded Dogs Matter. Read More