Alcohol

Rev. Charles Christian Adams

February 26, 2018 nat313 0

In this episode Ask The Messengers producer David Humphries goes one-on-one with Rev. Charles Christian Adams, the presiding pastor at Hartford Memorial Baptist Church. Rev. Charles C. Adams talks about the current opioids epidemic, crack cocaine, […]

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Episode 21

February 8, 2018 nat313 0

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Alcohol

Episode 19 December 31, 2017

December 30, 2017 nat313 0

This Sunday, Dec. 31 * 8 a.m. on TV 20 Detroit,  Lauren Stovall, a Prevention Specialist from the National Council Of Alcoholism And Drug  Dependence, Greater Detroit Area (NCADD GDA), talks about alcoholism with a recovering addict. Plus, Sharlese Wilkerson interviews two  ladies […]

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Episode 13

August 28, 2017 nat313 0

  Dr. Ifey Ilechukwu, who defines “”addiction” and discusses the main causes. This episode is loaded with great information featuring Maxine Willis, Certified Prevention Specialist, who’s been involved with the youth for over 30 years. Also, Street Reporter Lashon Battle a former addict, who is now helping […]

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On Set

August 27, 2017 nat313 0

WELCOME, TO THE SHOW, THIS SHOW IS EXACTLY WHAT THE NAME SAYS , IT IS REAL PEOPLE SHARING A REAL MESSAGE. AH IN FACT IT WAS SAID THAT YOUR MESS CAN BECOME YOUR MESSAGE.  AND […]

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Addictions

August 27, 2017 nat313 0

Addiction can be a vicious circle and can spiral into a lonely and alienating time. The root of an addiction varies from person to person, but the journey towards a better path is possible when […]

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Recovery Coach

July 27, 2017 nat313 0

Recovery coaching is a form of strengths-based support for persons with addictions or in recovery from alcohol, other drugs, codependency, or other addictive behaviors. Recovery coaches work with persons with active addictions as well as persons already in recovery