On the call we had: Councilman Joe Coyle (Edison, NJ), Dr. Bonnie Nolan (Coordinator of Addiction Services in Woodbridge Township), Mayor Jonathan Busch (Metuchen, NJ), Eric Morrell, Esq (Treatment Advocate and Attorney), and Captain Ken Schreck (Edison, NJ Police Department).
The Zoom presentation was all about helping people battling with workplace addiction overcome their seemingly impossible situations and lead healthier lives while maintaining better relationships with fellow staff. It was informative, insightful, rich in content and above all, consistent with our goals here at Suntra.
Thanks to the Chamber team (Joe Coyle, Maya Nichols, Holly Onorato) for organizing a very informative and well-run event!
About Suntra Modern Recovery and Adam Banks
Adam Banks is a certified interventionist atSuntra Modern Recovery. After receiving an MBA from the University of Chicago, Adam built a company that was later acquired by United Health Care. His discipline and attention to detail comes from his former career as an airline pilot, holding an ATP, the FAA’s highest license.
Today, Adam is dedicated to helping others achieve long term sobriety. His work as an interventionist has guided executives, pilots, and physicians on paths to recovery. Adam brings families together through a loving and inclusive approach.
Suntra Modern Recovery provides medical treatment for alcohol and opiate addictions via video visit with medical doctors. Treatment for alcohol, opiate and heroin addiction, including Suboxone treatment, can start today. Suntra’s alcohol and drug intervention services are available locally in New York, Long Island, the Hamptons as well as nationally and internationally.
I am 13 years sober. But when I talk to people starting their recovery journey, they’re often surprised that I still attend 12-step meetings. “See! If you still HAVE to go to meetings, it doesn’t work!” they insist. To which I respond, “I CHOOSE to attend meetings BECAUSE it works.” AA has helped millions of people get...
e external things that defined me had disappeared into thin air.
Feeling insignificant, invisible, and disposable, I began to sink into a deep depression. With no friends, no passion, no sense of purpose, I no longer had a reason to get out of bed. No reason to live.