We must be united in the war against addiction! My mission is to unite organizations,support groups, and everyone else who needs a helping hand. I am here to educate equip and develop a Recovery resource Network. My hope is that everyone gets the help they need and no one is left behind or alone in their fight for freedom from addiction. Join me and lets fight the good fight! Our Philosophy: Instigate, Agitate, Educate, and Liberate!
COARR plays recovery talk 24/7/365.....Find your favorite COARR recovery shows on demand in the online archive at www.coaradio.com/pastshows.html or tune in to www.coaradio.com to hear what's playing now.... COARR can be accessed via any Internet-enabled device - for the free smartphone app, visit your iphone or android store.
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Tune in this Thursday at 7:30 pm EST for the
debut of Relationships in Recovery with Alexa....or come into the
station to be part of the audience!
Wednesdays 8:30 - 9:30 pm: "Laughter
& Recovery" with stand up comic Wil B. Kleen. Tomorrow night's show
will be brand new, with lots of laughs and new on-air personalities.The station will be open and welcomes any & all to join the audience. Come in and share some laughs!
Thursdays, 7:30 - 8:30 pmDebut show this week!
Thursdays, 9 - 10 pm: "Saving Lives" with COA Director of Interventions Tom Redneck Clark.
Fridays, 8:30 - 9:30 pm: "Nar-Anon Families of Addiction Information Line" with Nar-Anon Family Groups ...this week's show features special guest host Dave H. of GRASP talking about losing a loved one to addiction. Click here to listen to Dave's first show about grief.
Saturdays, 7 - 8 pm: "Hope
Fiend" with Rich Mollica. In last Saturday's powerful episode Rich
talked with Sophia Foutres, a missionary who rescues addicted
Saturdays, 8 - 9 pm: "Emotional Sobriety" with Andrew Finley, MFT.
Sundays, 5 - 6 pm: "Conquering Addiction" with Christian Life Prison & Recovery Ministries
Sundays, 8 - 9 pm:
"Share Your Scars" with Vicki Duffy. Last Sunday's show was "Putting
Words In Motion", in which Vicki talked about how to convert positive
thoughts into positive actions. Click here to listen to the re-play.
Mondays, 8 - 8:30 pm:
"Wings Over Water: Creativity in Recovery" with recovery musician Kathy
Moser. In yesterday's show, Kathy discussed how meditation can help the
recovery process.Click here to listen to the re-play.
There will be a meeting of the new Tuesday night Rosary intercessory prayer group at 6:00 pm
tonight at the Dwier Center. The Rosary group meets weekly to pray the
Rosary for the entire COA family, including those in recovery and those
not yet. Like other forms of meditation/spiritual connection, praying
the Rosary has been shown to produce profound benefits...
to learn more about how this practice can help you, click here.
RED Forum at Rider University
How Lacey Township New Jersey Is Fighting Skyrocketing Heroin Overdoses
learn more about bringing RED to your town, or to receive a summary of
the Forum that you can send to your local officials, contact CityofAngelsNJ@hotmail.com.
More than 100
officials, policymakers and community leaders from Princeton,
Lawrenceville, Robbinsville and other towns attended COA's first RED Forum last month to learn more about drug addiction & recovery.
- "Raising & Educating a Drug-Free Community" - was held at Rider
University and featured keynote speaker Dickie Noles a recoveree and the
pitcher who led the Phillies to their 1980 World Series win, Dickie is a
successful recoveree who now uses his fame to advocate for recovery and
support organizations that assist children.
Attendees also heard from
Robbinsville police officer Scott Kivet, Executive Director of the NJ
State Commission of Investigation Phil Degnan (shown in the video at
left), clinician & counselor Jennifer Howell, noted lecturer Carmen
Ambrosino, Lacey Township Municipal Alliance Coordinator Heather
Scanlon, and COA's Director of Interventions Tom Redneck Clark.
COA hosts support group meetings for both recoverees and their families
every day of the week at the Dwier Center (392 Church Street,
Groveville, NJ). This includes 12-step meetings, Men's and Women's
Recovery groups, Relapse Prevention Group, Thursday night veteran's
support group, Saturday night self-injury support group, Sunday night Spirituality Meeting, and the popular Sunday morning family support group, The Breakfast Club. To check out our online calendar, click here.
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Keep current on COA activites - join the COA group on Facebook! COA news is posted first on Facebook, and this page often has photos not available elsewhere. Click here to visit.
of Angels NJ, Inc. is a non-profit organization that provides many
services to addicts and their families including interventions, recovery
support, Family Program, counseling services and more. All of our
services are provided at no charge.