Voices Project is a collection of stories from people in recovery, family members and community members rising up to tell their story. These stories are being told to break down cultural barriers of shame, silence and stigma so that we can start having honest discussions about addiction and recovery in this country.
Episodes from Voices Project
Voices Project is a collection of stories from people in recovery, family members and community members rising up to tell their story. Get a sneak peek with this trailer.
William Roberts was homeless, incarcerated, and addicted. Today, he's celebrating over 27 years in long-term recovery, holds two master's degrees, and is showing us all the power of community, love, and connection.
Addiction has been a part of Courteney's life as long as she can remember. Today, she loves someone in recovery and has a message for all of us: love and tolerance always wins.
Ryan, founder of Voices Project, shares his story of recovery as a son, a brother, a friend, a writer, and an activist.
Today, Scotty is able to find healing from his past through comedy.
Because Whitney loves someone in recovery, she's been inspired to help others become the best version of themselves. Share this video!
Casey is a person in recovery who has found his purpose through helping others. He's living proof that there's a powerful light on the other side of addiction. Share this video!
One of the greatest gifts of Billy Brokschmidt's recovery these days is his health. And through his self care, Billy is able to help and inspire others. Share this video!
Gary has a message: RECOVERY MATTERS, RECOVERY IS POSSIBLE, and RECOVERY WORKS. As a person in long-term recovery himself, Gary is helping to bridge the gap between communities, meeting people where they're at & expanding access to recovery supports. He's such a HUGE inspiration to us all! Share this video.
Lori Erion is a true hero. Her resilience in the face of adversity is admirable. As we all know, addiction is a family disease. But in Lori's family and across her hometown of Dayton, Ohio - recovery is also a family affair. Share this video!
Charlesee loves someone in recovery. And through compassion and eduction, she's built empathy for those facing addiction. Share this video!
Richard was one of our first #voicesproject supporters. In this video, Richard talks passionately about the role of faith and God in recovery. This is a tribute to Richard's memory. He helped countless souls in Dayton prior to his passing in late 2017. Rest easy, Richard. We love you! Share this video.
Nicole is a mother, a sister, and a daughter. She's also a woman in recovery from addiction. Her advice to anyone still struggling: recovery is possible once you take action - "there is no trying, there is only doing."
"I'm resilient. I'm a survivor. It's just what I do." - Randy. Recovery is change. Recovery is love. Recovery is family. Randy is living proof.
His story is an inspiration to anyone seeking recovery or living in recovery from addiction. Recovery is real!
"We can and do recover." -April
"If I didn't change everything, I wasn't going to change anything." -Kyle
"Entering into recovery has saved my life. I'm a mother now...and that means being a good example to my boys." -Anna
"The light shines the brightest in the darkest places. And we need to go there." -Matt
"What really made a difference was for someone to believe in me." -Eric,
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