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Better Life in Recovery

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We are #HopeDealers. This podcast is about everything related to recovery and substance use disorders. You have questions. We have answers.

Latest Episodes

23: A Conversation with Ryan Hampton

Ryan Hampton is a nationally recognized activist, author of American Fix, founder of the Voices Project, & person in recovery from opioid addiction. In this episode we talk about the current crisis and his thoughts on combating the problem.

40 MIN5 d ago
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23: A Conversation with Ryan Hampton

22: A Conversation with Michael King

Michael King, Director of the Communities Project, Works with communities across the country to align their voices and combat addiction through community organizing. Michael is a leader in the national recovery movement. In this episode we talk about the history and future of recovery in our country.

40 MIN1 w ago
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22: A Conversation with Michael King

21: Ten Questions with Carla Perry

We continue our series of ten questions with people in long-term recovery with this week’s installment with Carla Perry. Carla was nominated as a Missouri Mental Health Champion this year. She works selflessly to help those in our community that struggle with mental illness and substance use.

39 MIN3 w ago
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21: Ten Questions with Carla Perry

20: The Locker Room - Moving From Relapse Prevention to Recovery Enhancement

A simple, easy to use outline of supports and tools to help people sustain their personal recovery while giving them a framework they can use with their peers enabling them to build a solid foundation for their recovery. This episode will help those stuck in a rut shift from survivor to thriver in their daily life by providing a way for them to build on the successes they already have while rejoining the communities they live in by becoming vital and necessary.

33 MINSEP 15
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20: The Locker Room - Moving From Relapse Prevention to Recovery Enhancement

19: Being a community organizer

What does it take to be a great community organizer? After attending 2 community leadership trainings Michael King facilitates, I share what I learned. Just know all the brilliant ideas are his, and the bad ideas are 100% mine.

42 MINSEP 8
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19: Being a community organizer

18: The Importance of Prosocial Activities

In today’s podcast we will explore an often overlooked but vitally important piece of a recovery program, pro-social activities. SAMHSA says purpose and health are two of the 4 dimensions of recovery, and both are gained through pro-social activities.

40 MINAUG 18
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18: The Importance of Prosocial Activities

17: 10 Questions with Al Vineyard

Al is celebrating 5 years in long-term recovery now but lost everything all at once due to her substance use. Today we ask her about her journey from before use, use and now her life today in recovery. We touch on multiple paths to recovery, the ways that we enter use and the gifts of recovery.

35 MINAUG 4
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17: 10 Questions with Al Vineyard

16: Supporting an Active User and Self-Care

This episode was attempting to give some guidance to a friend who is married to someone with an active substance use disorder and also dips into the importance of self-care.

22 MINJUL 28
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16: Supporting an Active User and Self-Care

15: Defining Terms Hard to Understand

An introduction to several terms in the addiction/recovery space some people are either not understanding or misusing, such as the difference between addiction and dependence or why we are currently experiencing a syndemic not an Opioid Epidemic.

35 MINJUL 21
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15: Defining Terms Hard to Understand

14: Reflections on Long-Term Recovery

A discussion about a blog post written by Bill White and Galen Tinder that explored the unique characteristics displayed by those who are in long-term recovery.

35 MINJUL 14
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14: Reflections on Long-Term Recovery

Latest Episodes

23: A Conversation with Ryan Hampton

Ryan Hampton is a nationally recognized activist, author of American Fix, founder of the Voices Project, & person in recovery from opioid addiction. In this episode we talk about the current crisis and his thoughts on combating the problem.

40 MIN5 d ago
Comments
23: A Conversation with Ryan Hampton

22: A Conversation with Michael King

Michael King, Director of the Communities Project, Works with communities across the country to align their voices and combat addiction through community organizing. Michael is a leader in the national recovery movement. In this episode we talk about the history and future of recovery in our country.

40 MIN1 w ago
Comments
22: A Conversation with Michael King

21: Ten Questions with Carla Perry

We continue our series of ten questions with people in long-term recovery with this week’s installment with Carla Perry. Carla was nominated as a Missouri Mental Health Champion this year. She works selflessly to help those in our community that struggle with mental illness and substance use.

39 MIN3 w ago
Comments
21: Ten Questions with Carla Perry

20: The Locker Room - Moving From Relapse Prevention to Recovery Enhancement

A simple, easy to use outline of supports and tools to help people sustain their personal recovery while giving them a framework they can use with their peers enabling them to build a solid foundation for their recovery. This episode will help those stuck in a rut shift from survivor to thriver in their daily life by providing a way for them to build on the successes they already have while rejoining the communities they live in by becoming vital and necessary.

33 MINSEP 15
Comments
20: The Locker Room - Moving From Relapse Prevention to Recovery Enhancement

19: Being a community organizer

What does it take to be a great community organizer? After attending 2 community leadership trainings Michael King facilitates, I share what I learned. Just know all the brilliant ideas are his, and the bad ideas are 100% mine.

42 MINSEP 8
Comments
19: Being a community organizer

18: The Importance of Prosocial Activities

In today’s podcast we will explore an often overlooked but vitally important piece of a recovery program, pro-social activities. SAMHSA says purpose and health are two of the 4 dimensions of recovery, and both are gained through pro-social activities.

40 MINAUG 18
Comments
18: The Importance of Prosocial Activities

17: 10 Questions with Al Vineyard

Al is celebrating 5 years in long-term recovery now but lost everything all at once due to her substance use. Today we ask her about her journey from before use, use and now her life today in recovery. We touch on multiple paths to recovery, the ways that we enter use and the gifts of recovery.

35 MINAUG 4
Comments
17: 10 Questions with Al Vineyard

16: Supporting an Active User and Self-Care

This episode was attempting to give some guidance to a friend who is married to someone with an active substance use disorder and also dips into the importance of self-care.

22 MINJUL 28
Comments
16: Supporting an Active User and Self-Care

15: Defining Terms Hard to Understand

An introduction to several terms in the addiction/recovery space some people are either not understanding or misusing, such as the difference between addiction and dependence or why we are currently experiencing a syndemic not an Opioid Epidemic.

35 MINJUL 21
Comments
15: Defining Terms Hard to Understand

14: Reflections on Long-Term Recovery

A discussion about a blog post written by Bill White and Galen Tinder that explored the unique characteristics displayed by those who are in long-term recovery.

35 MINJUL 14
Comments
14: Reflections on Long-Term Recovery