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Alcoholics Anonymous is a Lifesaver for Struggling Addicts – Ryan Montgomery

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Alcoholics Anonymous has 2.1 million members worldwide, with 1.3 million in the United States alone. Its 12 steps have helped countless people overcome their addictions. This recovery option is very close to the heart of Ryan Montgomery, one of the founders of the Boca Recovery Center in Boca Raton, FL.

Montgomery is passionate about helping people with substance abuse disorders. Part of the reason is that he’s had a personal encounter with substance abuse. While pursuing a very successful career in affiliate marketing, he developed a drug addiction. Once he got clean, he knew that he needed to pass this success on to others.

Ryan is now a leader at Boca Recovery Center, where he works to provide guests with clinical expertise and breakthrough program approaches. His time working in marketing has taught him a great deal about how to help people discover the center. If more people can find the center, more people can help.

Recently, the New York Post published an article stating that only 5% of Alcoholics Anonymous participants successfully quit drinking. The article made other claims boiled down to arguing that AA doesn’t work.

It didn’t sit right with Ryan Montgomery. He created a post calling the New York Post “liars” and urging people who used AA successfully to contact the writer of the piece. This created some waves and got some negative attention, but Montgomery didn’t stand down.

Ryan reaches out to those with addictions through social media. He shares inspirational quotes that resonate with addicts, like “There are plenty of obstacles in your path. Don’t allow yourself to be one of them” and “Don’t look back. You’re not going that way.” His social media posts let him reach out to the community and connect with people who need his help.

Drug and alcohol rehabilitation is difficult, but it’s a gift that Ryan Montgomery works with his staff at Boca Recovery Center to provide. Being able to help people break free from addiction and substance abuse makes all of the hard work Ryan puts in, worth doing!

The idea of California Herald landed this engineer cum journalist from a multi-national company to the digital avenue. Simon brought life to this idea and rendered all that was necessary to create an interactive and attractive platform for the readers. Apart from managing the platform, he also contributes his expertise in business/economy niche.

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