Jennifer Rose Oglesby "Recovery Support Specialist" at DesignYourDetox.com
“Our coaches offer one-on-one live coaching via telephone, text message, social media, and Skype. We believe that recovery should be approached with a transformational outlook; to be seen as the ending of an old chapter, and the beginning of a completely new direction in life, one that offers an inner harmony and fulfilment. Our goal is to create a community through our work, one that is nurturing, supportive, and ever growing. “
“Our coaches offer one-on-one live coaching via telephone, text message, social media, and Skype. We believe that recovery should be approached with a transformational outlook; to be seen as the ending of an old chapter, and the beginning of a completely new direction in life, one that offers an inner harmony and fulfilment. Our goal is to create a community through our work, one that is nurturing, supportive, and ever growing. "
Jennifer appreciates the many benefits of Heantos during treatment and is very knowledgeable in the field of addiction.
"Jennifer Rose is the author of ‘Design Your Detox: An International Guide to Herbal Drug Detox’. She has a bachelor’s degree in Human Services and works with clients in all stages of drug recovery. For the past 23 years, she has studied a wide range of holistic healing techniques and integrates them into her social work practice. Jennifer is a certified Reiki practitioner and puts a strong focus on teaching a variety of self-healing techniques."
Lindsey Slater, M.Ed, LPC at RootRecovery.org
" Lindsey first became a licensed professional counselor in 2004 and has since worked with individual's, couples, and families in the arena of private practice, community-based treatment, and residential treatment, with an emphasis on trauma and addiction. Seeing the deficits in the health-care system has led her to find alternative holistic approaches that truly heal, rather than simply diagnose and treat symptoms. She is EMDR trained, DBT trained, and neuro-feedback trained."
Matt Finch at OpiateAddictionSupport.com
The creator of an awesome video about Heantos. https://youtu.be/ZJIEICQj2Ik
University of Miami IDEA Exchange https://ideaexchangeflorida.org
Since we are officially a Miami based business, I wanted to include a wonderful resource/contact in Miami.
IDEA is the first American Harm Reduction program to be run by a university. They operate a wound care and health screening clinic on Thursdays from 4:00pm-8:00pm. IDEA is actively reducing HIV and HCV in the community. They teach overdose prevention and hand out Narcan daily. Everything is Free!!
If you are a Florida resident you should try reaching out to IDEA in Miami. There are Doctors and other great people there that will try to help you in any way that they can. Soon they will be accepting patients to cure of Hep C.
If A.A. and N.A. are not for you maybe give one of these a try. If you have any further suggestions of recovery networks please let us know.
Buddhist Recovery Network https://www.buddhistrecovery.org/
The Buddhist Recovery Network promotes the use of Buddhist teachings and practices to help people recover from the suffering caused by addictive behaviors and is open to people of all backgrounds, and respectful of all recovery paths.
SMART Recovery Network https://www.smartrecovery.org
“SMART Recovery is an international non-profit organization that provides assistance to individuals seeking abstinence from addictions. SMART is an acronym for Self-Management and Recovery Training. The SMART approach is secular and scientifically -based, using cognitive behavioral therapy(CBT) and non-confrontational motivational methods.
SMART Recovery presents itself as an alternative to Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and other twelve step programs. SMART differs from AA by not encouraging individuals to admit powerlessness over addictions, not using the concept of a "Higher Power” and not endorsing the disease theory. Addiction is viewed by the organization as a dysfunctional habit, rather than a disease, while allowing that it is possible that certain people have a predisposition toward addictive behavior.” Wikipedia