Greg Horvath, Producer of Newport Film Festival Featured Documentary, the Business of Recovery, Interviewed on "Addicted to Addicts: Survival 101"
The controversial film, "The Business of Recovery" featured recently at the Newport Film Festival, focuses on the discrepancies in reporting, certifications, treatment modalities, etc, in what the addiction field has to offer. Denise Krochta, host of the weekly radio show "Addicted to Addicts: Survival 101" interviews the producer of this documentary, asking questions many others would like to ask.
We know that addiction and addiction treatment can be very expensive. We know that many people who need help with their addictions do not get help for many reasons, finances being one of them. Do we know what we are getting for our money? What is the standard treatment model for addiction? What is the standard business model for the business of addiction? Do we know the answers to these questions and others we would have when "shopping" for anything else?
Each week on her radio show, "Addicted to Addicts: Survival 101", Denise Krochta interviews experts and experienced people to provide resources, support, information, stories, for her audience so they feel comfortable that they have the tools to make informed decisions for themselves, businesses, and loved ones.
This week Denise speaks with Greg Horvath, the producer of the new documentary "The Business of Recovery", featured at this year's Newport Beach Film Festival, in Newport Beach, California. Greg lives in Los Angeles, CA and is a nationally respected motivational speaker, author, and producer. For over a decade, he's traveled the globe sharing his story of struggle, addiction, recovery, and redemption. He is very passionate about "The Business of Recovery", a story he felt compelled to tell.
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