Carlsbad, CA, May 20, 2015 –(PR.com)– In light of the conversations about Bruce Jenner and his announcement about his sexual preference as well as the news of many states voting for and against gay marriage, Denise Krochta, host of the popular radio show “Addicted to Addicts: Survival 101” on webtalk radio this week interviews a group from a unique non-profit program in San Diego, CA about the value of an LGBT focused Substance Abuse Treatment Center in a community. There is much stigma surrounding addiction and much stigma still surrounding sexual preferences. The show unveils the many issues that the LGBT community is faced with in general, as well as in seeking treatment for substance abuse.
Connie Collins, Executive Director of Stepping Stone of San Diego, says, “One of our unique programs is Discovery of Sexual Health in Recovery, a protocol for teaching people how to have healthy sexual lives, a program that Stepping Stones has pioneered.”
This interview is available on “Addicted to Addicts: Survival 101” at webtalkradio.net as well as on Itunes.
Denise Krochta is the author of the book “Sweat: A Practical Plan for Keeping Your Heart Intact While Loving an Addict” and host of the weekly radio show “Addicted to Addicts: Survival 101.” Denise speaks publicly about her own experience loving an addict as well as what she learns weekly from experts and experienced people on her show. Her business, Addicts Family Lifeline, Inc offers resources, support, services and products to support all populations on the topic of addiction. Denise has been supporting those who love addicts, professionals in the field of addiction and medicine, and the general public with resources, information, possibilities, and hope since February of 2010.
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Denise is available by phone any time including short notice and in Southern California in person.