Sanewire, the online community for persons in recovery, their family, friends, and support network. This is a safe, healthy community where you can come each day to find friendship, fellowship, support, as well as treatment centers and rehabilitation resources to assist you with dependency on alcohol, crystal meth, cocaine, crack, heroin, oxycontin prescription drugs, compulsive gambling, co-dependency, dual recovery, eating disorders, and sexual addiction. You’ll also find a large database of meetings for Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), Alanon, Alateen, Cocaine Anonymous, Crystal Meth Anonymous, Heroin Anonymous, Gamblers Anonymous, Overeaters Anonymous, and Sex Addicts Anonymous. We invite you to make Sanewire part of your daily life and to share the site with family and friends so they can stay in touch and support your efforts.
12 Step Music Fest April 20, 2009
2nd Annual 12 Step Music Fest Dates – NOV 5 – 8, 2009
WIN 2 BACKSTAGE PASSES!!
Tickets purchased through April 30th will be eligible for random drawing
Winner will be announced online May 1st!
April IOCC April 8, 2009
Come learn about AA history as it relates to Step Eleven on Improve Our Conscious Contact.
Featured writer for April
Author of 33 titles published about the history and successes of early A.A.
Dick B. is an active, recovered member of Alcoholics Anonymous; a retired attorney; and a Bible student. He has sponsored more than one hundred men in their recovery from alcoholism. Consistent with A.A.’s traditions of anonymity, he uses the pseudonym “Dick B.”
The Sober Cafe Podcast April 5, 2009
In 2006, the Sober Cafe Podcast set out to increase support for independent recording artists in recovery whose music is available online at SunlightOfTheSpirit.com. By focusing on music from clean and sober musicians, our show is spreading awareness that great music can be created without the use of drugs or alcohol.
Drawing from the wealth of personal experience of artists in long-term recovery, we then began our “Three Cups of Coffee & the Truth” interviews, focusing on their creative process as well as their experience, strength, and hope in recovery from addiction in all its forms. (Inspiration for the title of our interview series comes from Nashville Songwriters’ Hall of Fame Member Harlan Howard, who often said, “Country music is three chords and the truth.”)
In 2008, SoberCafePodcast.com received an Entertainment Industries Council PRISM Award for Interactive Media. These awards, presented by the Entertainment Industries Council, Inc. (EIC), in collaboration with the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) and FX Network, reflect the entertainment industry’s commitment to the accurate depiction of addiction and health issues in film, television, music, comic books and interactive entertainment. We are truly honored and cherish this award.
Our focus in 2009 is to continue creating our intimate music shows and to increase production of our “Three Cups of Coffee & the Truth” interview series. We’re expanding our interviews to also include authors, actors, and artists!
All of the music you hear in our podcasts is available through Sunlight of the Spirit Music – exclusively selling CDs from artists in recovery, with the largest selection of 12 step and recovery music available anywhere on the planet! If you like what you hear and would like to support artists in recovery, please visit sunlightofthespirit.com.
Thanks for reading this far. You rock! Now, grab a half double decaffeinated half-caf, with a twist of lemon, put your feet up, and enjoy the show.
-Gracie Vandiver, Producer & Host
P.S. If you would like to sponsor an episode, we would love to hear from you. Contact info can be found on our Sponsors page.
April ~ Blog of the Month April 1, 2009
Alcoholism, Addiction, and Recovery – Support Resources, Quips & Quotes – Updated One Day at a Time! Recovery blogs, websites, and info about substance abuse, health, spirituality, music, shops, diversions – Alcoholism and addictions can be fatal when untreated; if you or someone you know is still suffering,many find lasting recovery and want to help: for support resources, see the list of link categories