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- prescription drug addiction 143
- drug addicti 143
- Addiction 143
- JTAC 48
- Stockton University 40
- Stigma 33
- Recovery 30
- 401 more
- JTAC 35
- Join Together Atlantic County 7
- Global Dialogues 6
- Atlantic Prevention Resources 5
- Providence 5
- 27 more
• 0:00 - 0:00 . • 0:01 - 0:04 Who is in relation to you that you have lost to drugs? • 0:04 - 0:05 My uncle. • 0:06 - 0:08 Was it sudden or was there signs of the...
Stockton University student James Strain interviews his father, who lost his mother and uncle to smoking and alcohol use.
Stockton University student Starr Drennen interviews someone who had a substance use disorder and is in recovery.
Hello my name is Madison Schwartz and today I’m here with my mother Shelly Schwartz in this interview we are going to be covering my mother’s experiences and how she handled being in relation to an alcoholic before we get...
One Small Step participants Mary Connelley (63) and John Biedebach (54) discuss their careers in healthcare and the problems they see in the industry. They talks about their families and their relationship to religion. Mary and John also speak about...
Remembering Sherrin’s life and death from the perspective of her youngest daughter.
Stockton University student, Lamia Dean, interviews someone who has been in recovery for 35 years.
I interviewed a man by the name of Nick Geissler. He explains the hardships of being addicted to Opiates and how he got through them. // Transcript of Interview: Holly Halligan: What was the pivotal moment that made you want...
This is an interview with a Dr.Cheryl Mitchell M.D who is an ophthalmologist in private practice in New Jersey. She gives us insight on her experience with treating heroin addicts. Curtis: I’m interviewing Dr. Cheryl Mitchell M.D who is a...
Tom Hill discusses his childhood, his experience with addiction and recovery, and what gives him hope.
Spouses Marie Santiago (31) and Danny Santiago (33) sit down for a conversation about the highs and lows of the years that they have spent together and offer some of the wisdom that they have gained along the way.
Me- did you ever lie to your family members about your addiction? Anonymous- When I was younger I used to lie all the time about it and at one point my parents found a pack of cigarettes in my room...
Chad: Bill who was misusing drugs in your family? Bill: In my family, my youngest son Steven. Chad: how did you find out about his addiction? Bill: uhm… there were some red flags that went up my wife was doing...
Stockton University student, Rhiannon Pillsbury, interviews someone who is in recovery from Addiction
my best friend Taylor and I dig deep about what it’s like growing up as woman, her role models, struggles, and threats our administration have been making against women
My name is Nick, I am here today with Sue to talk about a sensitive subject, so I want to thank you for joining me. Who was it that you knew that was a substance abuser or effected by substance...
This recording involves an interview of a former addict, my cousin, Alex. He recounts the time when his twin brother Anton, overdosed on heroin. This is an emotional interview of how strong Alex remained in the times of grief. Through...
Lauren explains how her son started his addiction to Opioids. She provided the reasons that lead him to do it. She showed how he suffered and made his family suffer with him. She also showed how he fought this addiction...
Spider talks about what it was like to participate in the documentary film, and has words of advice for his younger self and other young people today.
My cousin Sarah & I discuss our mothers, their childhoods, ourselves, our daughters & our extended family of aunts, uncles & cousins
[Recorded January 31, 2021] Tim Towslee, 44, and Allison Swingle, 31, participate in a One Small Step conversation via Zoom. They talk about their work in outdoor education, the impact of having a parent pass away, how their political views...
Liz, 22, interviews her mother Cindy, 45, about her father’s drug and alcohol addiction as she recalls it from her childhood. Liz- Who was the person in your family who was abusing drugs? Cindy- It was my father Liz- Did...
Who was the person misusing drugs in your family? Well, it wasn’t actually a family member. It was a neighbor, who I used to babysit when he was little. And he grew up and didn’t really know what he wanted...
Rebuilding a life through addiction and recovery, helping the youth do the same.