In this episode of Recovery Radio, Zach joined by Ryan Cain, the President of Nashville Recovery Center. Ryan, having experienced addiction himself, touches on the warning signs of unhealthy coping habits that can turn into an addiction.
“When someone overdoses and they’re alone, there’s no one there to call 911, there’s no one there to know what’s happening so I think that’s why the overdoses are becoming increasingly more fatal,” says Ryan Cain, President of Nashville Recovery Center.
He has been working in healthcare for almost 20 years, has been published in numerous articles and appeared on various media outlets, and he continues to be a positive influence on many individuals in recovery. Ryan lives his life authentically and is inspiring others to have the courage to live their lives to their truest potential…
A lot of the activities and meetings went virtual since the pandemic started. This is the first time graduation was held at the Nashville recovery center. Family and friends practiced social distancing and wore masks in order to attend in person.
Luckily for Middle Tennessee, we have a few inclusive centers and the Nashville Recovery Center (NRC) is one of these. They offer inpatient and outpatient treatment along with community events open to everyone.
Working in the medical and behavioral health field, I’ve seen many of my colleagues deal with the lingering effects of daily encounters with clients who are sick and suffering. In my more than 20 years as a leader in this industry, I have seen the impact of what’s known as…
Many of us have been practicing social distancing by staying at home, but for those in recovery, isolation can be dangerous. “The disease of addiction thrives in isolation and so in community, we heal. So, it’s absolutely necessary to keep that going,” Darren Hobbs, Co-Owner of the Nashville Recovery Center said.
The Nashville Recovery Center located at 6030 Neighborly Ave. in Nashville will be hosting a sober New Year’s Eve celebration on Dec. 31st.