Rise & Grind Recovery Radio e4 - Mother, Bev Kelley-Miller, Shares How She Lost Her Daughter, Megan, to a Heroin Overdose & Why Her Story Isn’t Over.
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Rise & Grind Recovery Radio EPISODE 4 DESCRIPTION
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- In the first half, Anthony Alvarado invites Wisconsin advocate, Bev Kelley-Miller, into the studio to shine light on the recent overdose deaths in the Fox Valley, where she explains the importance of getting those who are struggling help by providing more access to support & other services such as detox and assisted medicated treatment.
- Co-host, Adam Racette, also speaks about the www.heroesrisingmovie.com & how his efforts with musicians are helping to fight the nation’s drug epidemic. Check out the site now for more information!
- In the second half, Bev Kelley-Miller, shares a mother’s biggest fear as she explains how she lost her beautiful daughter, Megan, to a herion overdose at an early age of 22. She stresses the importance of sharing her voice and how that is now helping to save others throughout her community. She also educates our audience on preventable resources that parents can use if they have a loved one that is suffering from addiction. If you have any questions, you can contact her by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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about anthony alvarado
Rise & Grind Recovery Radio is brought to you by Anthony Alvarado; who is a person in long-term recovery and recognized as a national speaker, writer, and one of the leading voices in the recovery movement.
Since 2013, he has traveled over 100,000 miles with the Rise Together team; where they have spoken to over 120,000 young people on mental health and addiction. Today they are continuing to encourage thousands of students to talk about the issues they care most about.
Now, he looks to invite conversation from all over the nation to help show the world that recovery is amazing and so is life when you discover your talents, passion, and purpose. This radio podcast is for the entire community because we need YOU to help change the world.