COA ANNUAL HALLOWEEN PARTY!!
Don't miss this super fun annual event!
Get up, dress up and show up at the Dwier Center in your spookiest outfit...as always, there will be refreshments,
dancing and prizes for the best costumes.
Feel free to bring a dish or a treat to share with everyone!
Music provided by Ghypsee_Freegan, who has also battled and fought to be clean and
sober since 2011.
|Merchandise Donations Wanted!|
Would you like to donate to a worthy cause but not able to give cash? City of Angels NJ, Inc. now accepts donations of merchandise!
We are looking for high-value items we can re-sell to fund our operations and provide treatment scholarships to individuals without other resources.
So far, we've successfully sold exercise and sporting equipment, electronics, watches and more.....
If you have an item you would like to donate, please contactCityofAngelsNJ@hotmail.com.
Let's Talk About Recovery!
With 10 original shows, COARR plays Recovery Talk 24/7/365....past shows are available online atwww.coaradio.com/pastshows.
Tune in thru the smartphone app (free in the iphone/droid stores) or on www.coaradio.com to hear what's playing now.....
NEW SHOW: "Solutions" with Michael DeLeon!
Mike is the producer of "Kids Are Dying", a powerful documentary about the drug epidemic in America; he is also the founder of Steered Straight, a non-profit organization that works to prevent drug abuse; and a tireless advocate for legislative reform. "Solutions" will focus on concrete actions that can be taken now to address this problem and feature key leaders & decision makers from across New Jersey and the Tri-State area.
Don't miss the debut shownight at .
Listen to past COARR shows any time:
For "Women & Addiction" with Terri Thomas, click here.
For "Wellness in Recovery" with life coach Nancy Tilelli, 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.