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.
Dennis Zitello, Jr., is a recovering alcoholic and drug addict. He shares his inspiration to stay clean and sober through his poetry.
Seneal Menses, Executive Director of ARCA (Assisted Recovery Centers of America), talks about the combination of science and traditional recovery treatment using medication and behavioral therapy to control biology and allow for spiritual growth.
Tom Stuber, CEO of Lorain County's Lacada Way, talks about addiction recovery support focusing on right living, managing illness and stabilizing your life.
Dr. Richard Kogan, esteemed psychiatrist and masterful classical pianist, shares his insights on the importance of music in treating mental health disorders.
Dr. Joe Varley is the Chair of Psychiatry at Summa Health System in Akron, Ohio. He talks about music's role in mental heath treatment.
Mark Salchack is the founder and director of the Reach Project, helping to sustain long term sobriety through service.
Shadoe Stevens, syndicated radio host, voice over actor, and more than 30 years clean and sober, shares three interviews with The Summit and Rock+Recovery, focused on how his addictions went from pastime to obsession and took control of his life; the dangers of driving while high; and how meditation helped empower him to recover.