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TOGETHER. we go further Working to bring girls a little bit of justice and a whole lot of Jesus

The Restoration Hem Project is a community of people compelled by the power of love and the pursuit of justice. We believe that every girl deserves uninhibited access to life’s opportunities, and to know the unending love of her good Heavenly Father. We are working to bring girls local access to sustainable feminine hygiene solutions and empower them to boldly pursue their dreams.

Addictions: Substance Abuse, Relationships, Sex, Gambling, Financial addictions, Co-Dependency, Jesus, 12 steps

Celebrate Recovery is a biblical and balanced program that helps us overcome our hurts, hang-ups, and habits.  It is based on the actual words of Jesus rather than psychological theory.  25 years ago, Saddleback Church launched Celebrate Recovery with 43 people. It was designed as a program to help those struggling with hurts, habits and hang-ups by showing them the loving power of Jesus Christ through a recovery process. Celebrate Recovery has helped more than 17000 people at Saddleback, attracting over 70% of its members from outside the church. Eighty-five percent of the people who go through the program stay with the church and nearly half serve as church volunteers.

Celebrate Recovery is now in over 29,000 churches worldwide!


Find reliable resources and support for you and your loved one

In 2008, Barbara Theodosiou, a South Florida mother of four, found out that two of her sons were addicted to drugs. Overwhelmed by the pain, not knowing where to turn, she almost succumbed to every mother’s nightmare. Lying in the pit of her bed, despair swallowed her every waking hour. 


Barbara Theodosiou’s son Daniel Montalbano left rehab soon after this interview was published. After going missing for a week, his body was found in a morgue in South Florida. On April 7, The Addict’s Mom held a candlelight vigil on Facebook in his memory,Lights of Love: Remembering Daniel Francis Montalbano(1991-2015).]

By taking that first step and starting The Addict’s Mom as a Facebook page, Barbara Theodosiou began a movement that has grown to help countless thousands across the country. United behind the credos of “Sharing without Shame,” and “Together We Really Are Stronger,” thousands of mothers have joined The Addict’s Mom group fan pages on Facebook. The Addict's Mom launched a free membership site, giving mothers support, valuable low-cost resources to help their addicted children and a place to share with other mothers. For the whole story read more at


Nothing screams professionalism & trust more than a beautifully crafted website.

It's so easy for consumers to click from site to site, and they are drawn to pick businesses that have nice, easy to use, informational and trustworthy websites.  The best way to increase sales, loyal customers and internet exposure is to have a website that explains all of the great services and value your company has to offer.


A website that is easy to navigate and packed full of helpful relative information. It shouldn't just look great (although ours do look pretty snazzy!) it should also increase sales, gain internet exposure, make marketing easier and save you time.


Your Home Of The Best Indie Music! Inspiring and Empowering

We are an international Internet radio station with listeners throughout the United States and in eight different countries.


Our goal is to provide a platform for independent recording artists from a wide variety of musical genres. Leveraging our growing Twitter and Facebook reach, we provide not only radio airplay, but consistent support across the major social media platforms.


We also provide businesses and potential radio hosts the opportunity to not only bring their message to an international audience, but also the chance to support artists who are trying to bring their sound to the world.


For more information about getting played on The Choice Radio Network, hosting your own radio program, or other advertising opportunities, email

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