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Arketype Announces Public Screening of Jackie Nitschke Documentary

Green Bay, Wisconsin (PRWEB) November 18, 2014

“Champion. The Legacy of Jackie Nitschke” will publicly premiere at the Weidner Center in Green Bay, Wisconsin on Monday, December 1st, 2014 at 6:30 p.m. The film’s creators are inviting the community to attend this first public premiere.

“Champion” is the powerful story of Jackie Nitschke—the first Green Bay Packers wife to publicly acknowledge her struggle with, and recovery from, alcohol addiction. Through interviews with former NFL players and their wives, Jackie’s own family members, addiction experts, and alumni of The Jackie Nitschke Center for Alcohol and Drug Rehabilitation, the film captures not only Jackie’s fascinating story, but the cocktail culture of her generation, the psychology of addiction and relapse, and the myriad of ways in which lives in chaos can be saved through treatment and recovery. Spanning the glory years of the Green Bay Packers to the present day, “Champion” captures both the agony of addiction and triumph of breaking free from it.

“We are presenting this film to the community at large because we feel Jackie’s story is vital to our area, where alcohol and narcotic abuse is frighteningly on the rise,” said Bill LaBine, Executive Director of the Jackie Nitschke Center.

“Through this film, we hope to raise awareness for both those struggling with addiction and for the opportunity for recovery at the Jackie Nitschke Center,” added Jim Rivett, President of Arketype.

The evening will wrap up with a panel discussion featuring experts and survivors of addiction. FOX 11’s Robert Hornacek is scheduled to emcee. No tickets required. Admission is free.

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Arketype Announces Public Screening of Jackie Nitschke Documentary

Green Bay, Wisconsin (PRWEB) November 18, 2014

“Champion. The Legacy of Jackie Nitschke” will publicly premiere at the Weidner Center in Green Bay, Wisconsin on Monday, December 1st, 2014 at 6:30 p.m. The film’s creators are inviting the community to attend this first public premiere.

“Champion” is the powerful story of Jackie Nitschke—the first Green Bay Packers wife to publicly acknowledge her struggle with, and recovery from, alcohol addiction. Through interviews with former NFL players and their wives, Jackie’s own family members, addiction experts, and alumni of The Jackie Nitschke Center for Alcohol and Drug Rehabilitation, the film captures not only Jackie’s fascinating story, but the cocktail culture of her generation, the psychology of addiction and relapse, and the myriad of ways in which lives in chaos can be saved through treatment and recovery. Spanning the glory years of the Green Bay Packers to the present day, “Champion” captures both the agony of addiction and triumph of breaking free from it.

“We are presenting this film to the community at large because we feel Jackie’s story is vital to our area, where alcohol and narcotic abuse is frighteningly on the rise,” said Bill LaBine, Executive Director of the Jackie Nitschke Center.

“Through this film, we hope to raise awareness for both those struggling with addiction and for the opportunity for recovery at the Jackie Nitschke Center,” added Jim Rivett, President of Arketype.

The evening will wrap up with a panel discussion featuring experts and survivors of addiction. FOX 11’s Robert Hornacek is scheduled to emcee. No tickets required. Admission is free.

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Arketype Announces Public Screening of Jackie Nitschke Documentary

Green Bay, Wisconsin (PRWEB) November 18, 2014

“Champion. The Legacy of Jackie Nitschke” will publicly premiere at the Weidner Center in Green Bay, Wisconsin on Monday, December 1st, 2014 at 6:30 p.m. The film’s creators are inviting the community to attend this first public premiere.

“Champion” is the powerful story of Jackie Nitschke—the first Green Bay Packers wife to publicly acknowledge her struggle with, and recovery from, alcohol addiction. Through interviews with former NFL players and their wives, Jackie’s own family members, addiction experts, and alumni of The Jackie Nitschke Center for Alcohol and Drug Rehabilitation, the film captures not only Jackie’s fascinating story, but the cocktail culture of her generation, the psychology of addiction and relapse, and the myriad of ways in which lives in chaos can be saved through treatment and recovery. Spanning the glory years of the Green Bay Packers to the present day, “Champion” captures both the agony of addiction and triumph of breaking free from it.

“We are presenting this film to the community at large because we feel Jackie’s story is vital to our area, where alcohol and narcotic abuse is frighteningly on the rise,” said Bill LaBine, Executive Director of the Jackie Nitschke Center.

“Through this film, we hope to raise awareness for both those struggling with addiction and for the opportunity for recovery at the Jackie Nitschke Center,” added Jim Rivett, President of Arketype.

The evening will wrap up with a panel discussion featuring experts and survivors of addiction. FOX 11’s Robert Hornacek is scheduled to emcee. No tickets required. Admission is free.

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Arketype Announces Public Screening of Jackie Nitschke Documentary

Green Bay, Wisconsin (PRWEB) November 18, 2014

“Champion. The Legacy of Jackie Nitschke” will publicly premiere at the Weidner Center in Green Bay, Wisconsin on Monday, December 1st, 2014 at 6:30 p.m. The film’s creators are inviting the community to attend this first public premiere.

“Champion” is the powerful story of Jackie Nitschke—the first Green Bay Packers wife to publicly acknowledge her struggle with, and recovery from, alcohol addiction. Through interviews with former NFL players and their wives, Jackie’s own family members, addiction experts, and alumni of The Jackie Nitschke Center for Alcohol and Drug Rehabilitation, the film captures not only Jackie’s fascinating story, but the cocktail culture of her generation, the psychology of addiction and relapse, and the myriad of ways in which lives in chaos can be saved through treatment and recovery. Spanning the glory years of the Green Bay Packers to the present day, “Champion” captures both the agony of addiction and triumph of breaking free from it.

“We are presenting this film to the community at large because we feel Jackie’s story is vital to our area, where alcohol and narcotic abuse is frighteningly on the rise,” said Bill LaBine, Executive Director of the Jackie Nitschke Center.

“Through this film, we hope to raise awareness for both those struggling with addiction and for the opportunity for recovery at the Jackie Nitschke Center,” added Jim Rivett, President of Arketype.

The evening will wrap up with a panel discussion featuring experts and survivors of addiction. FOX 11’s Robert Hornacek is scheduled to emcee. No tickets required. Admission is free.

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Arketype Announces Public Screening of Jackie Nitschke Documentary

Green Bay, Wisconsin (PRWEB) November 18, 2014

“Champion. The Legacy of Jackie Nitschke” will publicly premiere at the Weidner Center in Green Bay, Wisconsin on Monday, December 1st, 2014 at 6:30 p.m. The film’s creators are inviting the community to attend this first public premiere.

“Champion” is the powerful story of Jackie Nitschke—the first Green Bay Packers wife to publicly acknowledge her struggle with, and recovery from, alcohol addiction. Through interviews with former NFL players and their wives, Jackie’s own family members, addiction experts, and alumni of The Jackie Nitschke Center for Alcohol and Drug Rehabilitation, the film captures not only Jackie’s fascinating story, but the cocktail culture of her generation, the psychology of addiction and relapse, and the myriad of ways in which lives in chaos can be saved through treatment and recovery. Spanning the glory years of the Green Bay Packers to the present day, “Champion” captures both the agony of addiction and triumph of breaking free from it.

“We are presenting this film to the community at large because we feel Jackie’s story is vital to our area, where alcohol and narcotic abuse is frighteningly on the rise,” said Bill LaBine, Executive Director of the Jackie Nitschke Center.

“Through this film, we hope to raise awareness for both those struggling with addiction and for the opportunity for recovery at the Jackie Nitschke Center,” added Jim Rivett, President of Arketype.

The evening will wrap up with a panel discussion featuring experts and survivors of addiction. FOX 11’s Robert Hornacek is scheduled to emcee. No tickets required. Admission is free.

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New Life House Announces Their Latest Featured Blog Article About Life After 30-Day Drug Rehab


Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) November 18, 2014

Into the Heart of Addiction reveals their latest featured blog article, “Life After Rehab: Nine Ways to Help a Loved One From Relapsing.” The article gives nine specific ways parents, friends and loved ones can be sure that they do not contribute unknowingly to a young addicts relapse.

“When rehab ends, many parents think the problem is solved. They unknowingly believe that their child should be ‘fixed’ after 30 – 60 or 90 days of treatment. But life after rehab is the most fundamental part of recovery.” The Into the Heart of Addiction blog article explores the precise reasons extended drug aftercare is essential for successful long-term recovery.

To read more about Life After Rehab and the benefits of living in a long-term recovery community read the article.

Into the Heart of Addiction is the New Life House http://newlifehouse.com recovery community’s resource for parents and families of substance abusing youth. Writers are recovered addicts and alcoholics, their parents and professionals, who supply the public with an in depth look at the reality of substance abuse and the family system. New Life House believes that change and recovery occur as a result of living in a peer-centered community where young people and parents are held accountable. “This is a process that cannot be side stepped; being accountable is essential and ultimately the saving grace for a drug addict,” says New Life CEO Mike Joly.







New Life House Announces Their Latest Featured Blog Article About Life After 30-Day Drug Rehab


Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) November 18, 2014

Into the Heart of Addiction reveals their latest featured blog article, “Life After Rehab: Nine Ways to Help a Loved One From Relapsing.” The article gives nine specific ways parents, friends and loved ones can be sure that they do not contribute unknowingly to a young addicts relapse.

“When rehab ends, many parents think the problem is solved. They unknowingly believe that their child should be ‘fixed’ after 30 – 60 or 90 days of treatment. But life after rehab is the most fundamental part of recovery.” The Into the Heart of Addiction blog article explores the precise reasons extended drug aftercare is essential for successful long-term recovery.

To read more about Life After Rehab and the benefits of living in a long-term recovery community read the article.

Into the Heart of Addiction is the New Life House http://newlifehouse.com recovery community’s resource for parents and families of substance abusing youth. Writers are recovered addicts and alcoholics, their parents and professionals, who supply the public with an in depth look at the reality of substance abuse and the family system. New Life House believes that change and recovery occur as a result of living in a peer-centered community where young people and parents are held accountable. “This is a process that cannot be side stepped; being accountable is essential and ultimately the saving grace for a drug addict,” says New Life CEO Mike Joly.







New Life House Announces Their Latest Featured Blog Article About Life After 30-Day Drug Rehab


Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) November 18, 2014

Into the Heart of Addiction reveals their latest featured blog article, “Life After Rehab: Nine Ways to Help a Loved One From Relapsing.” The article gives nine specific ways parents, friends and loved ones can be sure that they do not contribute unknowingly to a young addicts relapse.

“When rehab ends, many parents think the problem is solved. They unknowingly believe that their child should be ‘fixed’ after 30 – 60 or 90 days of treatment. But life after rehab is the most fundamental part of recovery.” The Into the Heart of Addiction blog article explores the precise reasons extended drug aftercare is essential for successful long-term recovery.

To read more about Life After Rehab and the benefits of living in a long-term recovery community read the article.

Into the Heart of Addiction is the New Life House http://newlifehouse.com recovery community’s resource for parents and families of substance abusing youth. Writers are recovered addicts and alcoholics, their parents and professionals, who supply the public with an in depth look at the reality of substance abuse and the family system. New Life House believes that change and recovery occur as a result of living in a peer-centered community where young people and parents are held accountable. “This is a process that cannot be side stepped; being accountable is essential and ultimately the saving grace for a drug addict,” says New Life CEO Mike Joly.







New Life House Announces Their Latest Featured Blog Article About Life After 30-Day Drug Rehab


Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) November 18, 2014

Into the Heart of Addiction reveals their latest featured blog article, “Life After Rehab: Nine Ways to Help a Loved One From Relapsing.” The article gives nine specific ways parents, friends and loved ones can be sure that they do not contribute unknowingly to a young addicts relapse.

“When rehab ends, many parents think the problem is solved. They unknowingly believe that their child should be ‘fixed’ after 30 – 60 or 90 days of treatment. But life after rehab is the most fundamental part of recovery.” The Into the Heart of Addiction blog article explores the precise reasons extended drug aftercare is essential for successful long-term recovery.

To read more about Life After Rehab and the benefits of living in a long-term recovery community read the article.

Into the Heart of Addiction is the New Life House http://newlifehouse.com recovery community’s resource for parents and families of substance abusing youth. Writers are recovered addicts and alcoholics, their parents and professionals, who supply the public with an in depth look at the reality of substance abuse and the family system. New Life House believes that change and recovery occur as a result of living in a peer-centered community where young people and parents are held accountable. “This is a process that cannot be side stepped; being accountable is essential and ultimately the saving grace for a drug addict,” says New Life CEO Mike Joly.







New Life House Announces Their Latest Featured Blog Article About Life After 30-Day Drug Rehab


Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) November 18, 2014

Into the Heart of Addiction reveals their latest featured blog article, “Life After Rehab: Nine Ways to Help a Loved One From Relapsing.” The article gives nine specific ways parents, friends and loved ones can be sure that they do not contribute unknowingly to a young addicts relapse.

“When rehab ends, many parents think the problem is solved. They unknowingly believe that their child should be ‘fixed’ after 30 – 60 or 90 days of treatment. But life after rehab is the most fundamental part of recovery.” The Into the Heart of Addiction blog article explores the precise reasons extended drug aftercare is essential for successful long-term recovery.

To read more about Life After Rehab and the benefits of living in a long-term recovery community read the article.

Into the Heart of Addiction is the New Life House http://newlifehouse.com recovery community’s resource for parents and families of substance abusing youth. Writers are recovered addicts and alcoholics, their parents and professionals, who supply the public with an in depth look at the reality of substance abuse and the family system. New Life House believes that change and recovery occur as a result of living in a peer-centered community where young people and parents are held accountable. “This is a process that cannot be side stepped; being accountable is essential and ultimately the saving grace for a drug addict,” says New Life CEO Mike Joly.