In episode 8 Roman and Cecily Cooper go backstage at LA’s House of Machines to interview infamous punk rock drummer Becky Wreck. Becky talks about how her work in sobriety revealed that gender inequality was the true source of her anger and drug use. She also professes her love for her current band Dirty Cakes and reminisces on her time drumming in the bands Lunachicks, La Muerte, and Clown Alley.
“Now that I know what it’s like to be sober, hey you know, I like myself now. I didn’t not like me because I was a woman, but I thought that was why I couldn’t be whoever I wanted to be.”
Getting Clean & Sober at Home
Today, more than 75% of hospitals and healthcare providers offer access to telehealth treatment, with 29 states having gone so far as to enact telehealth parity laws, which force insurance companies to reimburse patients for telehealth at the same rates as they would for in-person treatment.
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.