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Addiction Recovery Program- Cares More About People than Profits, Providing a "Pay-What-You-Can" Option for January 2009
Date:1/3/2009

Internationally award winning All Addictions Life Recovery Program is putting people before profits by launching a "Pay-What-You-Can option" for the entire month of January. The goal is to assist those struggling with stress and addiction, especially given today's economic climate. This 3 to 6 month online program provides accessible, anonymous, 24/7 support for anyone struggling with stress, anxiety, shopping, overspending, overeating, drugs, alcohol, gambling or other destructive behaviours.

Waterloo, Ontario (PRWEB) January 2, 2009 -- Just announced: in a devoted effort to help those in need during this harsh economic climate, Paul Radkowski, CEO and program creator of the Life Recovery Program makes a radical decision to put people before profits for the entire month of January 2009.

With this first time ever "Pay-What-You-Can" option for online recovery support - The Life Recovery Program hopes to have a positive impact on persons who are suffering from severe stress, addiction or depression issues, (ranging from alcohol and drugs to over eating, gambling, anger etc.), post holiday season and into the new year - that would not otherwise be able to afford to get help.

The American Psychological Association did a survey which revealed that 80 per cent of people have high stress and anxiety (Nov 16, 2008) about their personal finances and the economy and it's affecting emotional and physical health. The Boston Globe reports that addiction specialists warn that stress from the economic slump and the holidays could lead to increased use of alcohol and other drugs beca
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