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Rob Eastman joins the Project Recovery podcast to talk about his drug addiction.
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  • Rob Eastman joins the Project Recovery podcast to talk about his drug addiction.

    Drug addiction pushes Utah man to the edge of suicide

    Rob Eastman kneeled alongside a bench, taking a deep breath while overlooking the Bountiful Temple. He had just become homeless, was suffering from drug addiction, separated from his wife, and could only see his daughter, Sophie, under supervision. Rob began visualizing Sophie growing up and never knowing who he was and how he got here. […]
  • Cole Thorpe joins the Project Recovery podcast to describe his alcohol addiction.

    Alcohol addiction drives Utah man to rock bottom, but eventually, solace

    Cole Thorpe drove to a nearby park instead of driving into work for the day. This slight detour allowed him to finally understand what he was meant to do in life after suffering for years from alcohol addiction. It was so simple to him now. With every breath, he felt the stress and anxiety leave […]
  • Garrett Jonsson from 'Fight the New Drug' joins the Project Recovery podcast to talk about his addiction to pornography.

    Anti-porn speaker details his pornography addiction battle

    Garrett Jonsson stared at the ceiling, unable to sleep, and unable to hold in his secrets anymore. At that moment, he decided that it was time to tell his wife of six years his darkest secret. A pornography addiction was shaking him to his core. Garrett works as a podcast host and public speaker for […]
  • Utah woman speaks about life after losing her husband to addiction

    A simple shoulder surgery left a Utah man addicted to opioids — an addiction would eventually take his life. Now, his wife is picking up the pieces of a shattered family. On the latest episode of ‘Project Recovery,’ Emily Smith describes her story, from falling in love to moving forward after tragedy. The start of […]
  • ‘Golden Boy’-turned-addict finds newfound life after prison

    After a softball game, Tyler Hansen was introduced to the pain reliever, Lortab, and six months later, he found himself addicted to heroin and on his way to serving a three-year prison sentence. On the latest episode of ‘Project Recovery,’ Tyler details his path into addiction, as well as his unprecedented journey to recovery. Growing […]
  • Tackling suicide prevention in Utah with Jon Gossett

    In two weeks, two people in Tooele, Utah had taken their own lives — that’s when Jon and Tracy Gossett realized they needed to do something to make a change. On the latest episode of ‘Project Recovery,’ Jon and Tracy Gossett detail their efforts in providing assistance and raising awareness for suicide prevention. Pushed past […]
  • The rise and fall of alcohol addiction with Evaun Mawyer

    Evaun Mawyer was once on top of the world and living a lavish lifestyle until alcohol addiction tore it all down. On the latest episode of ‘Project Recovery,’ Evaun details her journey from experimenting with alcohol as a child, to losing her husband and home due to her alcohol addiction. Stealing alcohol at five-years-old In […]
  • Josh Lynch joins the Project Recovery podcast with Casey Scott and Dr. Matt

    Former missionary finds hope after becoming an addict

    Josh Lynch was once a missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, but now he raises awareness surrounding drug and alcohol abuse after years of suffering from his addiction to heroin. On the latest episode of ‘Project Recovery,’ Josh details his journey from being raised in a Latter-day Saints household to starting […]
  • Former Pro Baseball Player from Ogden Opens Up on Road to Recovery Podcast About His Journey with Addiction

    “When you’re up and down like that, and your mood — it’s almost like you’re a different person in the morning and at practice, then at night, you’re a different person, leaning on alcohol and six Tylenol PMs,” Hawkins said. “Looking back, for sure – could I have been a much better baseball player? Absolutely.”
  • Casey Scott Reflects On Serious Mistakes, Looks To Future Of Addiction Recovery

    Popular broadcast personality Casey Scott lost his license and his on-air job at KSL TV after a DUI crash endangered another family. Now he hopes his story will help others through addiction recovery.

Television and radio personality Casey Scott has taken the first step – he’s confronting addiction. Now what? Join Casey on his journey to being a better person, one day at a time, on Project Recovery, new from KSL Podcasts.

With the expert help of licensed psychologist Dr. Matt Woolley, Casey’s struggle may remind you of your own. Whether you’re addicted to alcohol, drugs, social media, fast food, pornography- this podcast won’t make you stop.

That’s up to you. But if you want help, or you want to help someone you love, subscribe for free to Project Recovery wherever you get your podcasts.

Dr. Matt Woolley is a licensed clinical psychologist and assistant professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Utah. He specializes in anxiety, personality, cognitive, and learning disorders. He works with individuals and families on these and other challenging issues every day.

Trained in meditation and mindfulness, Dr. Matt deploys both traditional techniques and modern mindfulness applications with professional athletes and business executives and individuals with addictions. He is a regular guest on TV, radio, and podcasts as well as a writer and public speaker. He and Casey have been friends for eight years.

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