Carrie Artman is a food addict in recovery. She explains how food addiction is no different than a drug or alcohol addiction.
Richie Furay is a Rock And Roll Hall of Fame inductee and founding member of the bands Buffalo Springfield and Poco. He talks about the importance of faith to a successful recovery.
Dennis Wince and Saul Bosquez are members of the Wounded Warrior Amputee Softball Team, comprised of athletic Veterans that have lost limbs during war.
Lisa Williams is the Program Director for the Stark County Honor Court, which helps Veterans and active duty service members who have been charged with a felony by providing support systems to assist them though their probation.
Misty is a recovering drug addict who now lives a clean and sober life after completing the Turning Point Program. She hopes to be an inspiration to her family and others who are struggling with addiction.
Zachary is a recovering drug addict who is now clean and sober thanks to the treatment and support he received from Oriana House in Akron.
Steve Murphy is a treatment counselor for the Turning Point Program in Summit County. He is also a Veteran in recovery. Steve talks about his clients' fear of letting go of their addictive lifestyles.
Graham Nash is a two-time Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame inductee, multi Grammy winner, and founding member of The Hollies and Crosby, Still & Nash. In this interview, he talks about how music can change the world.
Tom Dart is the sheriff of Cook County, Illinois, home to one of the largest jail systems in the country that provides mental health services. He feels responsible for helping incarcerated individuals who are experiencing behavioral health issues get the help they need.
Powley Bornstein is a former rock radio DJ and current alumni coordinator for the Glenbeigh alcohol and drug treatment center. He began drinking at a young age and found himself in addiction as a teenager. Now clean and sober, he explains how his involvement with Glenbeigh has helped him in his recovery.