Tuesday, September 19 at 5:00 pm we will be airing our first episode of “The Walk“. Our steering committee and several other supporters will be in the studio to talk about how The Walk came to be and our plans for future episodes. Please tune into WVLP-LP 103.1 or stream live at wvlp.org or find us on your TuneIn app.
The Walk is a life story being narrated by a guest host that has struggled through addiction and found a life changed through recovery. The goal is to provide a beacon of hope for those who are struggling with addiction as well as provide helpful information on resources available in their community.
The Walk is not just a one time show. We will have other guest hosts sharing their story in the same format as our first episode. In addition, there will be shows that highlight other resources related to recovery and funding. We will also produce shows highlighting “recovery music”, music that is meaningful to those who are and have gone through recovery. Please stay tuned.
“The Walk” A Life Story of Addiction and Recovery could not be produced without the generous support of the following companies and individuals;
- Recovery Work of Merrillville, IN
- Vertex Tactical of Valparaiso, IN
- Marti Masterson
- Clinton Worthington
- Chie Kosik
- Kelly McCarty
- John Daly
- John King
- Cyrus Gilbert
- 3 anonymous contributors
We also would like to thank Clinton Worthington for allowing us to use his artwork.
If you would like to support the production of “The Walk”, please go to the GoFundMe page The Walk Any donation would be greatly appreciated.
We would also like to thank our steering committee for their guidance and support;
- Valerie Thorn – Recovery Works
- David Bartlett – Recovery Works
- Megan Johnson – Recovery Connection
- Jaime Rogers – Heartland Recovery
- Allen Wright – Frontline Foundation, Inc.
- Rich Schmidt – Living Hope
We also would like to thank WVLP-LP 103.1 fm for their support in the production of The Walk.
If you have not done so, please go to The Walk FB page and like to receive updates on future episodes and podcasts.
We would also like to thank NWI Gazette for the article highlighting The Walk.