New Jersey Podcast To Help Fight Addiction

Source: Bill Spadea,

For the past five years on the air at New Jersey 101.5, I’ve spent a lot of time talking about and empowering guests to talk about addiction. The situation in New Jersey is a bad one for sure. Overdose deaths are much higher than the national average and the average family isn’t sure exactly where to turn when they are faced with the crisis.

Joining me in the host chair will be my friend Daniel Regan who knows first hand about the battle and the recovery process from addiction. Thankfully Daniel and his sister, Ashley, along with the entire Regan family, have taken the success of their non-profit CFC Loud-N-Clear and opened the Relevance Behavioral Health recovery center in Monmouth county to help families and victims.

Look for our conversations the first Wednesday of every month. The podcast recording will be broadcast on Facebook LIVE at 10:15am on and then available on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify and other podcast platforms!

The message of the podcast is simple — we’re gonna ask the question, “Are you or a loved one battling addiction?” Call (732) 702-2242 or online at And make sure you subscribe to #SpeakingRecovery!

Through conversation with families and victims, we’ll explain the resources available through Relevance Behavioral Health that can help you — intense clinical care coupled with long term relapse prevention. Relevance is focused on providing recovery services, sober living and family support.

My friends at Relevance focus on rebuilding lives and healing families offering holistic and multidisciplinary care, IOP and individual counseling. Let their masters’ level clinicians help you.

If you have a question, click here to fill out this form. You can optionally include your contact information, but it’s not required. We won’t use your name in the program unless you tell us it’s OK to do.

Don’t wait: it’s your life — start living it.

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