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Putting Recovery On The Map

06-29-20 | By

Recovery Today with Rob Haney – Episode 141

Rob was introduced to addiction well before taking his first drink.

His father had issues with gambling, his sister was a heroin addict, and his brother also struggled with substance abuse.

Rob says he experienced many of the consequences addicts do before finding sobriety, but that things never got very dark for him.

As a successful businessman and entrepreneur, it became clear that alcohol no longer served him and he got sober in the spring of 1994.

In 2012 Rob started a free online publication called Recovery Today Magazine.

The magazine has featured the recovery stories of well-known celebrities such as Russell Brand, Darryl Strawberry, and Jamie Lee Curtis, and today continues to offer hope, strength, and helpful tips to those struggling with addiction.

Rob says he found a lot of purpose in working on the magazine and shedding light on stories that bring hope to those who need it.

“When you can help somebody save their life it resonates really deeply.”

You can subscribe to Recovery Today by visiting RecoveryTodayMagazine.com

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