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TV personality Casey Scott has taken the first step. He is confronting his addiction. Now what? Join Casey on his journey to become a better person, one day at a time, new from KSL Podcasts. With the expert help of licensed psychologist, Dr. Matt Woolley, Casey's struggle may remind you of your own. Whether you're addicted to alcohol, drugs, social media or pornography- this podcast won't make you stop. That's up to you. But if you want help, or you want to help someone you love, subscribe for free to Project Recovery wherever you get your podcasts.

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    • 4.8 • 392 Ratings

TV personality Casey Scott has taken the first step. He is confronting his addiction. Now what? Join Casey on his journey to become a better person, one day at a time, new from KSL Podcasts. With the expert help of licensed psychologist, Dr. Matt Woolley, Casey's struggle may remind you of your own. Whether you're addicted to alcohol, drugs, social media or pornography- this podcast won't make you stop. That's up to you. But if you want help, or you want to help someone you love, subscribe for free to Project Recovery wherever you get your podcasts.

    Exploring the dark side of substance abuse with Cameron Jackson

    Exploring the dark side of substance abuse with Cameron Jackson

    In this week's episode, Casey Scott and Dr. Matt Woolley are joined by Cameron Jackson (Podcast Host - The Other Side of Hell) to talk about how smoking a cigarette at twelve years old introduced him to the darker side of substances, his experience with his on-and-off marijuana use, and why he justified abusing pain pills due to a back injury.

    Cameron also opens up about his descent into addiction to pain pills, how his abuse began to transition to every aspect of his life, and the moment he realized he was in trouble after trying to stop his abuse.

    Then Cameron talks about how important his older brother was when deciding to get help for his addiction, his mindset when he began going to rehab, and what he's doing to stay on the road to recovery.

    To learn more about Cameron and his podcast you can visit: https://theothersideofhellpodcast.com/

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    • 55 min
    Whitney Cordova shares her journey out of addiction and the role Action Recovery Group played in her recovery

    Whitney Cordova shares her journey out of addiction and the role Action Recovery Group played in her recovery

    In this week's episode, Casey Scott is joined by Whitney Cordova (Action Recovery Group) to talk about having a pretty normal childhood growing up in Ogden, UT but experimenting with alcohol at 12 years old. She also opens up about getting addicted to Oxycodone after suffering a back injury and her first experience with withdrawals after trying to get off of them. 

    Whitney also shares her descent into addiction that stemmed from her injury and how it quickly turned into her abusing heroin and other substances. 

    She also dives into what her rock bottom looked like and how a choice of either recovery or jail helped her get on the right track to recovery. Lastly, we talk about some of the amazing things that Action Recovery Group is doing to help support the recovery community.

    To learn more about Whitney and Action Recovery Group, you can visit their website here: http://actiontreatment.com/

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    • 39 min
    The shocking experiences that led Casey Tucker to a life of addiction and mental illness

    The shocking experiences that led Casey Tucker to a life of addiction and mental illness

    In this week's episode, we revisit one of Project Recovery's most powerful episodes featuring Casey Tucker.

    Casey talks about how physical and mental abuse as a child eventually led him to hang out with the wrong crowd, taking drugs as a teenager, getting sent to a youth correctional facility, joining a gang, and getting beaten to the brink of death.

    Then he describes how his addiction had officially pushed him to the edge which ultimately led to him shooting himself in an attempt to end his life. We also dive into how he eventually got clean and what he is up to now after struggling with addiction for so long.

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    • 58 min
    Being a better you in the new year

    Being a better you in the new year

    In this week's episode, Casey Scott and Dr. Matt Woolley discuss the ways they prefer to look at change and how it relates to ourselves as the new year approaches. 

    Casey talks about being a better you instead of a new you, and Matt discusses why he doesn't like when people use the term "Broken" when referring to themselves. 

     

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    • 36 min
    Stephanie Ross reveals her emotional journey to a 10-year recovery

    Stephanie Ross reveals her emotional journey to a 10-year recovery

    This week, Casey Scott and Dr. Matt Woolley are joined by guest Stephanie Ross who has been in recovery for 10 years. 

    Stephanie's story covers her upbringing that and her addiction at an early age up to and past the passing of her mother which ultimately lead to her successful transition to recovery. 

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    • 58 min
    Jim Morgan opens up about spending years trying to outrun his addiction

    Jim Morgan opens up about spending years trying to outrun his addiction

    In this week's episode, Casey Scott and Dr. Matt Woolley are joined by Jim Morgan(Action Tech at Action Recovery Group) to talk about his first experience with alcohol to try and fit in with new friends after he moved to Ogden at twelve years old, being unable to stop drinking once he started in high school, and his decision to move to Nevada to try and outrun his alcoholism.

    Then Jim opens up about the legal troubles that ultimately put him in prison for over 100 days, his transition from abusing drinking to using pain pills and heroin, and what led to him finally getting sober after contemplating suicide.

    To learn more about Jim and Action Recovery Group you can visit their website here:
    http://actiontreatment.com/

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    • 1 hr 3 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
392 Ratings

392 Ratings

Rock'n U Dad ,

An incredible inspiration

Have been listening since the beginning!! Best podcast out there, wish a new episode came out everyday. Casey,Dr Matt, and Josh you are an amazingly great team! Every episode makes me want to be a better human being to those around me. You truly never know how your actions may cause a reactions in the lives of those you cross paths with, weather for good or bad. Always be the light to someone’s darkness. Thank you, I hope this goes on forever.

Fan of FOTF ,

Grateful

I discovered the FB post 4 mos ago where you read the letter from your oldest daughter who wrote what it was like thru her eyes having an alcoholic dad. I have followed you since & discovered your podcasts. I love an alcoholic/addict. It has been a heartbreaking journey for the loved one & our family. Thru the grace of God I can see a glimpse of a light at the end of a dark tunnel. Your podcasts are invaluable to the alcoholic/addict as well as to those who love him/her. Please continue to do what your doing. Helping others who are struggling is a kind act of love and don’t we all need love? One day at a time for each one of us. Thank you, Casey!

Abbi cadabbi ,

Grateful

I was introduced to your podcast hearing you read your daughter’s letter! What an impressive young lady. I am a passionate supporter of de-stigmatizing the disease of addiction and I believe we do that by sharing our stories - your podcast does this magnificently. Thank you!

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