Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Sat., June 21: COA Open House
This year, it's all about adjuncts: what are these tools, how do they work and how can (or should?) they be used? Come find out.
Come to the Dwier Center (392 Church Street, Groveville, NJ) between 12:00 and 5:00 pm for a full afternoon of speakers talking about Narcan, Ibogaine and other medications, the Overdose Prevention Act and more. 
The outdoor vendor park will include representatives from The Retreat, Daytop, Compass Health, Footprints to Recovery, Destination Hope, Christian Life Prison & Recovery Ministries, Nar-Anon, NA, AA, Addiction Treatment Services International (ATSI), Ibogalite, Advanced Health & Education, and Parents of Addicted Children, among others.
We'll also be showing THREE recovery films throughout the afternoon and serving refreshments from Family Nest Italian Restaurant. 
There will be some important announcements as well as a few surprises......
As with all major COA events, COA Recovery Radio ( will be broadcasting live - stop by the station and meet some of our infamous show hosts. Hang out and listen or share your thoughts on the air.
For details, including speaker bios, click here. To be a vendor (no charge), contact
Wed., June 11: Invitation to a Live COARR Show
Let's Talk About Recovery!
With 10 original shows, COARR plays Recovery Talk 24/7/365....past shows are available online at and in each show's online archive. 

Tune in thru the smartphone app (free in the iphone/droid stores) or on to hear what's playing now.....


This Wednesday (tomorrow!) the COARR station will be open for Wil B. Kleen's live broadcast of "Laughter and Recovery". Join the audience at the Dwier Center from 8:30 to 9:30 pm for this hilarious show featuring all new, original material....including a boxing match between a champ from AA and a challenger from NA.... it's classic WBK: clever, witty and darkly real....

Check out past episodes of "Laughter and Recovery" at

Listen to past COARR shows any time:

For "Women & Addiction" with Terri Thomas, click here.

For "Hope Fiend" with Minister Rich Mollica, click here.

For "Emotional Sobriety" with Andy Finley MFT, click here.

For "Journey Thru the 12 Steps with the Life Recovery Bible," click here.

For "Share Your Scars" with Vicki, click here.

For "Wings Over Water: Creativity in Recovery" with recovery musician Kathy Moser,  click here.

For "Laughter & Recovery" with stand up comic Wil B. Kleen, click here.

For "Relationships in Recovery" with Alexa, click here.

For "Saving Lives" with COA Director of Interventions Tom Redneck Clark, click here.

For "Nar-Anon Families of Addiction Information Line" click here .
Recovery Walk Update
At COA, we think Recovery should be available to everyone. It shouldn't only be for those with the best insurance. So we will work with anyone who reaches out to us, regardless of their treatment history, insurance status or other details*. We never turn anyone away. You can learn more about COA scholarships in the video below.

Our Recovery Walk on September 14, 2014 in Mercer County Park will support continued scholarships for recovery
This is what a COA scholarship can do
This is what a COA scholarship can do

Please click here for details and help us if you can. Make a donation, register to walk or run, share this link, and/or volunteer.

This will be an uplifting event with live music, vendors, food, testimonials from recoverees, live broadcast on COA Recovery Radio ( and much, much more!
* COA is a service organization: all COA services are completely free of charge and everyone who works for COA is a volunteer. That means we can be completely objective and impartial, recommending the best options for our clients, based upon their individual situations. For help with a drug problem, call COA at 609-910-4942 or visit us online at

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