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Recovery Unplugged Delivers Two Powerful Presentations at This Year’s Recovery Results Conference on Addiction Treatment
November 20, 2017

Recovery Unplugged Delivers Two Powerful Presentations at This Year’s Recovery Results Conference on Addiction Treatment

With this year’s Recovery Results Conference just around the corner, Recovery Unplugged is delighted and humbled to announce that we will be…

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One More Day: Catch the Premiere of Richie Supa’s “I Got This” Music Video on September 28th
September 28, 2017

TODAY’S THE DAY: CATCH THE PREMIERE OF RICHIE SUPA’S “I GOT THIS” MUSIC VIDEO

Today acclaimed songwriter and RU’s very own Director of Creative Recovery Richie Supa will be unveiling a haunting and resonant music video for his…

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One More Day: Catch the Premiere of Richie Supa’s “I Got This” Music Video on September 28th
September 27, 2017

One More Day: Catch the Premiere of Richie Supa’s “I Got This” Music Video on September 28th

In less than 24 hours, the world will be given a fresh eye and earful of what denial truly looks like in…

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Richie Supa Recovery Unplugged
September 21, 2017

Richie Supa Debuts Powerful Music Video for “I Got This”

On September 28th, award-winning singer-songwriter, Richie Supa debuts his powerful new music video for “I Got This”.  Set your calendar to share…

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National Recovery Month
September 1, 2017

Celebrate National Recovery Month with Recovery Unplugged

Today kicks off National Recovery Month, a 30-day event sponsored by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) that was…

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Recovery Unplugged Treatment Center Recovery Unplugged Rocks the House and Raises Money at Summer Music Fest 2017
July 24, 2017

Recovery Unplugged Rocks the House and Raises Money at Summer Music Fest 2017

Hightstown, NJ was treated to some amazing music for a great cause this weekend, as Recovery Unplugged and Face the Music Foundation…

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Recovery Unplugged Treatment Center Recovery Unplugged in the Sun-Sentinel
June 6, 2017

Recovery Unplugged in the Sun-Sentinel

Treatment center helps beat addiction with music. In a Fort Lauderdale office building, pop singer Kendra Ericka stands on a dimly lit…

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Recovery Unplugged Treatment Center Recovery Unplugged Attends NIH and Kennedy Center "Sound Health" Event
June 5, 2017

Recovery Unplugged Attends NIH and Kennedy Center “Sound Health” Event

This past weekend, the National Institutes of Health and the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts joined forces to present a first-of-its-kind…

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May 9, 2017

Recovery Unplugged Texas Receives JACHO’s Gold Seal of Approval

In another demonstration of their commitment to the highest quality of care for the patients they serve, Recovery Unplugged is delighted to…

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January 24, 2017

Recovery Unplugged Featured in El Paso Inc. Article

Recovery Unplugged had the honor of being featured on the popular Texas News and Lifestyle website Elpasoinc.com last week. The piece highlighted…

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Recovery Unplugged Treatment Center Video: Steven Tyler performs "Amazing" at Recovery Unplugged
November 12, 2014

Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler Visits Recovery Unplugged

We were blessed to have a lifetime friend to Richie, Steven Tyler, who was in Florida to visit the Recovery Unplugged drug rehab center yesterday. Steven and Richie’s history goes all the way back to the 70’s, playing music and causing a raucous in New York. As their fame grew, the availability of drugs grew, and the glamorous rock-and-roll party lifestyle took hold. Both men are known around the world as notorious party animals. Richie and Steven shared stories with the clients about their experiences on the road, dealing with their addictions, and the subsequent bottom their respective consequences brought them. The main focus of the day though: recovery. Both Steven and Richie are two of the most passionate people when it comes to recovery, queue the music and the duo have so much love and compassion to share. They talked about what it was like to have everything and lose it to addiction to drugs and alcohol. Together they sang some of Richie Supa’s recovery songs like “Good Intentions” and “Last House on the Block”, and they also played a few of the hits they wrote together like “Pink” and “Amazing”. They had fun with the clients, letting a vocalist get up and sing while Steven played the bongos. After sharing a beautiful message of hope, Steven greeted clients and took pictures with everyone. Steven was well received by the clients, saying “He was so down to earth,” and, “wow, he really loves spreading the message of recovery”….

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