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Drug Addiction with Colicchie – Episode 127

 Chas Smith, better known as Colicchie, started smoking weed at 15 and by the time he was a senior in high school he was addicted to heroin. After barely graduating, he began making regular visits to jails, treatment centers, and psychiatric wards. He said, “It was a torturous existence where every day I wanted … Continued


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She Recovers with Dawn Nickel – Episode 124

 Dr. Dawn Nickel is a leader in the women’s recovery space and the creator of She Recovers, the largest online platform dedicated to supporting women in recovery from behavioral health issues and related life challenges. Dawn knew she had a drug problem at 17 years old because she had only been using drugs for a … Continued


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Level Up with Ryan Zofay – Episode 123

 When Ryan was five years old his sister passed away from a rare disease and his family was thrown into disarray. His mother turned to addiction to cope with the trauma and eventually introduced Ryan to drugs as well. Ryan knew something needed to change after several visits to juvenile detention and nearly losing … Continued