Joe Herzanek, a man who battled his own demons of addiction over thirty years ago, says, "I know people can change. If I can do it, anyone can!"
Joe's own life struggles and practical advice offer hope and solutions to those living amidst the turmoil of someone's alcohol and drug abuse. Chaplain Joe Herzanek is the president and founder of Changing Lives Foundation. As an addiction counselor in Colorado he spent over twenty years working in the criminal justice system as the Chaplain at the Boulder and Weld County Jails. Joe is the former host of Recovery Television, speaker, producer of several DVDs and author of the award-winning book "Why Don't They Just Quit?" Joe currently serves as a Chaplain at the Boulder County Jail in Boulder, CO.
His passion is for helping men and women struggling with addiction, as well as their family members and friends.
Chaplain Joe Herzanek and his wife Judy have three (adult) children, Jami, Jake, and Jessica, and enjoy the beautiful Colorado outdoors with their two Cairn Terriers, Lewis and Clark.
Looking for an awesome speaker on addiction and how families & friends can help?
Speaking Engagements with Author/Chaplain Joe Herzanek:
To arrange a workshop or presentation at your organization
call: 303.775.6493 or email: Jherzanek@gmail.com
More info on Joe Herzanek Speaking Engagements: http://www.drug-addiction-help-now.org/speaking/speaking-engagements-with-author-chaplain-joe-herzanek
Where to find Joe Herzanek online
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Joe Herzanek outlines some of the most common questions families and friends ask about addiction and recovery.
Why Don't They Just Quit? Hope for Families Struggling with Addiction
by Joe Herzanek
Hope for Families Struggling with Addiction.
This book offers a message of hope to families and friends, giving practical solutions so they can help anyone struggling with addiction to begin the road to recovery.
Real-life solutions to help you now!
-When helping is actually hurting.
-How to deal with relapse.
-How to effectively intervene.
-Heroin, synthetic drugs, shame & stigma...and more.
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