David McKenna shares his the lows that cocaine brought him too, and his eventual recovery. This is one of many “I am Second” videos, all of which share that they are second to God’s work in their life. “If I’m not sober, then I’m useless. I’m not an asset to this world, I’m a liability”
This video is both saddening and inspiring at the same time. It is saddening because it details the irresponsibility of many of the men in this town and their poor treatment of the families. However, it is inspiring to see the women stand up against the menace of alcohol and close the liquor store in… Read more »
Part 3 of 17 of an excellent documentary concerning addiction and recovery with an emphasis on yoga therapy. Former addicts and alcoholics share their stories of hitting “rock bottom” and then going to their first 12 Step Meeting. The entire documentary can be found on adyo.org.
This high quality documentary discuss the problem of drugs in Punjab. The use of illegal drugs are an incredible problem that has become a crisis in Punjab. A statistic stated in this documentary says that 73.5% of the entire youth population of Punjab is addicted to drugs. What do Punjab citizens face when they attempt… Read more »
Audrey Grant, leader of the women’s group at Castle Craig, shares her thoughts about women and drug deaddiction. The beauty of treatment, she says, is that the women “are not on their own.” Instead of feeling guilty, women addicts should seek treatment for their addictions. We have many centres in our directory that have special… Read more »
SUPPORT, which stands for Society Undertaking Poor People’s Onus for Rehabilitation, works hard to rescue children living on the streets of Mumbai. We hope you will be inspired by their work. For more information about SUPPORT’s work visit their website: http://www.supportstreetchildren.org/
This video documents the work of Sankalp Rehabilitation Trust. It traces the plight of drug users in Mumbai. Many of these people live on the streets with no hope. They are especially susceptible to HIV/AIDS. These people feel hopeless, but Sankalp gives them hope.