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Indian Bob Host of Recovery Radio Raw a Syndicated 12 Step Radio Recovery Talk  Show that Discusses The Disease of Addictions such as Alcohol, Drugs, Gambling, Sex and many other forms of Addiction and Disorders and the Solution to these Addictions and Disorders through 12 Step Recovery.

Recovery Radio Raw airs live 5 nights a week every week: 

Monday evening from 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM EST

Tuesday evening from 7 PM to 8:00 PM EST

Wednesday evening from 7 PM to 8 PM EST

Thursday evening from 7 PM to 8 PM EST

Friday evening from 7 PM to 8 PM EST

The 12 Step Radio show airs on 95.9 FM, 106.9 FM and AM 960 in South Florida and

  Listen Live around the World on the Web click on Live Studio Cam.

You can also call in live at 877-960-9960 and share your Experience, Strength and Hope with those in Recovery and those who need Recovery from the Disease of Addiction.

Join your Host “Indian Bob” and his Guests as they bring The Dark Side of Addiction to a Whole New Light through 12 Step Recovery. If you know someone who needs Help with an Addiction then This is Your 12 Step Radio Show! If you are in 12 Step Recovery then This is Your 12 Step Radio Show! Do you have a Family Member or maybe a Friend who might have an Addiction to Alcohol, Drugs, Gambling or any Other Addiction or Disorder then This is Your Show! Join us for The Real, The Raw and The Recovery it’s the Triple “R” Recovery Radio Raw!

Recovery Radio Raw offers a variety of topics on Addictions and Disorders and Mental Health Issues. Click on the Archives or Categories menu at the lower right of this page and select a Topic of Your Choice You can also Download any of our “MODCASTS” or Meetings On Demand to any Media Device such as Your Iphone, Android or MP3 player and many other Types of Media Devices!

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6 Responses to Addiction Recovery Home

  1. George on September 26, 2012 at 1:02 am

    Also tough for me is that i was very close with my grandfather and now i have very mixed emotions about how i should feel.. Please help me any way you can. Thanks again

    • Indian Bob on October 10, 2012 at 3:43 am

      George,
      Sorry for taking so long to get back to you as I get a lot of emails. I will see what kind of information I can get for you concerning your requests.

      Indian Bob

  2. Hope Fremd on October 4, 2012 at 10:08 pm

    I just want to thank Indian Bob for his help with my son. He extended his help without knowing my son and has put him on the road to recovery. Indian Bob is a life saver! There are no words to express the appreciation we have for such a wonderful person. When we were desperate he was like an angel who came to our rescue.

    Thank you.

    Hope Fremd

  3. Patricia O'Gorman, PhD on February 14, 2013 at 6:57 pm

    Hello Indian Bob, Good to meet you last night on your show with Phil and Molina. I thought it was a great show and I was pleased to be part of it. You wanted me to contact you about being on upcoming shows. I’m interested in doing this. My 8th book is out 3.5.13, perhaps we could do something after this and surrounding when I will be in Florida? many thanks .. and could you send me the radio link to the show last night so I may post on my website..?? many thanks… Dr. Patricia O’Gorman

  4. Don on March 31, 2013 at 2:37 pm

    Bob, It was alot of fun playing golf with You and Angelo. Looking foward to listening to your show. Colleen and I are praying that you might be our answer for our son.

  5. Kim Plumley on July 9, 2013 at 10:14 pm

    Hello,

    With the warmer weather it means more parties, BBQs, work get-togethers. What does it mean for this already struggling with drug and alcohol issues? Lorelie Rozzano author of Jagged Little Edges and Gracie’s Secret, as well as being a former addict and now a family counselor at a Edgewood Treatment Centre, has some insight into what the summer is sure to bring.

    Did you know:
    More Canadians die on the road during summer months than any other time of year. The months are June, July and August, these months have the greatest fatalities and car crashes due to alcohol.

    Impaired driving is one of THE leading causes of death in Canada.

    Approx 1 in 3 crashes involve alcohol.

    After 10pm, 1 in 10 drivers on the road will have consumed alcohol

    Myth: People often believe they drive ‘better’ with a drink or two.
    Myth: If I eat a meal it will absorb the alcohol content.
    Myth: A cup of coffee, or a cold shower, will sober me up.

    Nothing sobers you up except time, and how much varies on size and body weight. If we broaden the scope and look at the stats from North America, ie National Highway Traffic Safety Reports there is an accident happening every 45 minutes, or 32 times a day, which is directly alcohol related.

    Lorelie is available for interviews and is hoping to open up conversations about drug and alcohol abuse, literally in our own back yards. Below is a piece she wrote about it and I hope you would like to start a conversation with your audience about this. Lorelie is passionate about talking about this. The more we talk, the more we help the person dealing with addictions, as well as the family, friends and co-workers.

    Please contact me at 250-390-9285 or via email kim@publicitymavens.com to arrange a time to talk to Lorelie.

    Many thanks!

    Kim

    Summer and Addiction by Lorelie Rozzano (www.jaggedlittleedges.com)

    What do you think of when you envision summer? Lying on hot sandy beaches with a bottle of iced cold beer at your side? Maybe you’re dreaming of barbeques and frothy rum filled concoctions? Or camping with friends and family, a cooler filled to the brim with Mike’s Hard Lemonade? How about that long planned for fishing trip ‘with the boys’, maybe you could stock up on steaks and cognac. I’m sure ‘the boys’ would enjoy it. Perhaps it’s a picnic with wine and cheese.

    Summer seems to be a time to kick back and relax . It’s a time to spend outdoors. Kids stay up late. Clocks take a back seat. Diets are put on hold. Vacations saved up for and dreamed about all year, take place. People are looser. Maybe it’s the weather. Or maybe it’s the beer?

    Why is it we equate fun with drinking to excess? Is it media or myth? Or did we just learn it by watching others?

    Most sunny days you can find families gathering in the sun and surf, toting coolers with drinks for every age. You can also find something else, the smell of marijuana. Have your kids ever asked you “Eewww Daddy, what’s that smell?” Try explaining that one, or has it become such a common occurrence nobody notices anymore? Neighbourly get togethers can seem, well… louder. Are barbeques more fun with beer? Is this what we’re teaching our children? What starts off as fun and one beer-can often end many beer later, in disaster. For some, summer can be just one long party.

    I’m sure we’ve all seen friends or family members, who’ve had ‘one to many.’ How do we broach this? Should we say anything? Do we? Not talking about or ‘protecting’ is a sure sign we’ve taken a wrong turn. It’s never helpful to ignore, or minimize, a problem. If you’re worried about your loved one, talk about it. A problem shared and acknowledged has far greater success of not repeating, than one neglected, or ignored. It’s easy to want to bury our heads in the sand when it comes to talking about difficult topics. Easy, but not helpful. Maybe next time you hit the beach, try bringing water. After all, it’s really about the time we spend with our families and basking in the sun. Right?

    For those of you who can ‘tip a few’ without harsh consequences, enjoy. And if you can’t, don’t. An ice cold pop from the cooler tastes every bit as good. Whatever your brand of ‘chilly one’ happens to be, I wish you all a safe and happy summer.

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