122 episodes

This podcast addresses hope and recovery options for individuals, friends, family, parents and associates who have been or may be addicted to opioids, heroin, cocaine, prescription drugs, fentanyl, and want to overcome the addiction.

There are interviews with former addicts, stories of having gone through numerous failed rehabes, parents and loved ones that describe the horrors and ultimate methods they have sought to save lives and help.

Issues include the changing world of rehab, from 12 step programs to successful and effective alternative approaches to detox, withdrawal, and education for stable life style changes for former addicts. The benefits and dangers of different types of rehab from those that have experienced it.

The "point of no return' is when the individual has come to a realization that they need and want help.

This is also for friends and family of addicts who are at their wits end and don't know what to do to help the addict. This podcast gives hope and inspiration for recovery.

Some topics include:
- Where can I get help?
- How do I know if my child or relative or friend is addicted?
- How do I get someone up to realizing they need help?

The Addiction Podcast - Point of No Return Joanie Sigal & Jason Good

    • Society & Culture
    • 3.5, 35 Ratings

This podcast addresses hope and recovery options for individuals, friends, family, parents and associates who have been or may be addicted to opioids, heroin, cocaine, prescription drugs, fentanyl, and want to overcome the addiction.

There are interviews with former addicts, stories of having gone through numerous failed rehabes, parents and loved ones that describe the horrors and ultimate methods they have sought to save lives and help.

Issues include the changing world of rehab, from 12 step programs to successful and effective alternative approaches to detox, withdrawal, and education for stable life style changes for former addicts. The benefits and dangers of different types of rehab from those that have experienced it.

The "point of no return' is when the individual has come to a realization that they need and want help.

This is also for friends and family of addicts who are at their wits end and don't know what to do to help the addict. This podcast gives hope and inspiration for recovery.

Some topics include:
- Where can I get help?
- How do I know if my child or relative or friend is addicted?
- How do I get someone up to realizing they need help?

Customer Reviews

3.5 out of 5
35 Ratings

35 Ratings

:D adriannaa ,

Interesting

I’m a recovering addict and am a huge advocate of the 12 step program AA or NA. This program is Scientology based. 👎🏽also their opinion on suboxone and methadone is only their opinion. Suboxone saved my life along with my NA meetings and step work with sponsor. It’s good to get an objective opinion I guess. And that Joanie chic, has she even ever spoked pot. How can she possibly identify without
Judgment?

Stacie Stiletto ,

Do you remember the DARE program?

Addiction is a serious issue in this country. When I was growing up we had the DARE program that taught kids how to handle situations dealing with alcohol and drugs.

In addition to the DARE program there we also had after school specials and Saturday morning tv shows That dealt with drugs and alcohol and what you should do if you or your friends had a problem.

So even if parents didn’t quite know how to initiate the conversation with their children these things gave them an “in”.

This podcast reminds me of the things that I grew up with.

Hearing the stories first hand really puts things in perspective.

This podcast isn’t like the ones you’re use to. The ones that are full of fluff, condescending and stuffy.

Although drug addiction is a serious matter the show is (for lack of a better term) interesting and engaging. These are real people sharing their real life experiences.

I plan on sharing this podcast with the group of young adults that I mentor.

Thank you for your time and effort.

scherubino ,

Amazing stories, amazing show.

There needs to be more shows like this. It's amazingly positive, and most importantly it is handling a problem in our society that absolutely needs to be handled. Well done and thanks Joanie and Jason!

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