BOBBY NEWMAN, CIP, ICPS, ICDAC

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Bobby Newman, CIP, ICPS, ICDAC

Robert “Bobby“ Newman is an Internationally Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor, Certified Prevention Specialist, and Certified Intervention Professional who has helped thousands of people into and through rehabilitation. After going from a strong, moral upbringing in Southern Oklahoma to a drug-related downfall that had him facing federal prison, he understands what those who are addicted feel and think. That’s what enables him to cut through the resistance and manipulative tactics of addiction and help the individual choose life and recovery.


6 Steps You Must Take In Saving Your Addicted Loved One: What Does It Take?

So, you have a loved one suffering from addiction and don’t know what to do? Feel helpless and hopeless and that your life is out of control? Do you know what the wrong thing to do is? The wrong thing to do is nothing.

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Family Interventions Can Help Start the Treatment Process

Interventions can be emotionally charged. While many interventions can be done quickly and without complications, consulting a professional interventionist is always a good idea.

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How to Open the Door to Speak About Addiction

Many addicts truly believe they can overcome addiction on their own. I should know, I was one of them. The outlook nearly cost me my life and landed me in prison.

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Drug Overdoses, Coronavirus and Bringing in 2022…

Where are we headed in 2022? More people are dying from Drug Overdoses than ever before, even surpassing Coronavirus deaths, and states in our Nation’s Bible Belt is the leading Marijuana producer...

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My Child is a Drug Addict: What Can I Do?

If you have a son or daughter addicted to drugs or alcohol, you might feel helpless and exasperated with not even a glimmer of hope that anything can be done. As someone who was addicted to drugs or alcohol for nearly 20 years, and after having many near-death experiences and landing in prison for many years, I can honestly say that there are many things you can do—and many things you shouldn’t do.

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