Episode 1: Season Two Recap | Transformations Recovery Podcast!


Roman and Cecily reminisce about everyone they interviewed in season two. There were some hilarious stories shared on the podcast and some heartbreaking ones too. A million thanks to everyone who let us record your story and to all our listeners around the world.

We are gearing up for Season Three, it’s going to be great one.

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Individual Episode links from those interviewed in Season Two:

1. Sean Romin: www.discogs.comlacounty.govlatimes.com

2. Jack Grisham: Bookspunkhostagepress.comMoviesMusic

3. Danielle: Last Fast Ride: The Life, Love and Death of a Punk Goddess

4. Zach

5. Scotty Schmidt: aka William S. Hayes “Burden of Concrete”

6. Russel: triumph-foundation.orgwww.facebook.com/russel.burke.

7. Daniel: boartooth.com

8. Doug “Pineapple” Saladino: skateboardinghalloffame.org

9. Spencer: ShatteredFaithBand

10. Stephen Donnelly: “A Saint and a Sinner: The Rise and Fall of a Beloved Catholic Priest”

11. Kat

12. Mona: mauraandmona.com

Getting Clean Sober At Home 2


Getting Clean & Sober at Home

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 If you’ve been thinking about getting clean and sober, or if you’ve been wanting to work on and strengthen the recovery you already have, it’s never been easier to do it through telehealth.

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