Called From Darkness – A mother’s loss ignites a passion for helping addicted teens. May 16, 2017 - Lou lost her teen son to drug addiction and now runs a center for addicted teens in New Mexico.
Called From Darkness – A gym owner’s mission to give those with addiction disorder the opportunity to thrive. May 9, 2017 - Scott Strode is the CEO and founder of Phoenix MultiSport a non profit fitness club out to transform the loneliness of post acute withdrawal by introducing community and physical activity. Thousands of people attend this gym for free each year and reclaim their identity.
Called From Darkness – Love, Forgiveness and Opportunities for Transformation May 2, 2017 - Richard Rohr is a Franciscan priest an author and founder of the Center for Action and Contemplation. We interviewed him for our new film “Called from Darkness.” In the interview he discusses love, forgiveness and opportunities for transformation brought about through the suffering that people go through in post acute withdrawal.
Called From Darkness – A Mother’s Perspective April 25, 2017 - A mother’s perspective on having her only daughter caught up in addiction and the spiritual strength it took for this family to ask for help.
Called From Darkness – An intervention specialist’s own story of triumph over heroin. April 13, 2017 -   David Petersen, LCSW-LAC is a heroin intervention specialist who shared his story of spiritual liberation from heroin for our new film Called from Darkness.
Behind the scenes of our latest film. April 6, 2017 - We are hard at work to bring you yet another great film. The latest “Called from Darkness” focuses on the journey away the dark place of substance addiction. While filming our crew was fortunate enough to witness this performance by Michael Hornbuckle of the Hornbuckle Foundation.  
Called from Darkness March 7, 2017 -   “Called from Darkness” is the title of the new documentary we have just begun. Our first filming day was at the North West Indian Treatment Center where Native American people are provided with in- patient services and culturally consistent opportunities for spiritual growth. Bringing people back into community is the antidote to despair and loneliness.
Laurel’s Story of Triumph February 27, 2017 - I am such a better person when I am not using heroin and other drugs. When I was doing all that it was all I really cared about. I was so selfish; I just cared about me. I was either nodding off, looking for drugs, or dope sick. It takes all your waking hours. I feel really guilty about it now because the drugs always …
Kimberly’s Story of Triumph February 20, 2017 - I started using when I was 11 although in my first stent I wasn’t addicted, that didn’t happen until I was 16.  By 17 I was a full time cocaine addict but I got bored with that so I moved on to heroin.  I locked onto heroin for the next six years.  I remember the day I got clean from drugs.  I was sitting in …