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100% of admissions go to FOA, Families of Addicts, a grass-roots recovery support initiative founded in Dayton, Ohio working
to reduce the stigma of addiction, ensure availability of adequate
treatment/recovery support services and to influence public opinion and
policy regarding the value of recovery. This vision has people from all
over the U.S. asking if FOA is available in their town.
FOA holds weekly
support meetings where families and individuals affected by addiction
can come for support, friendship and education. The sharing of their
experiences, strength and hope offer a pathway to peace.
those seeking recovery and those in long-term recovery to attend no matter where they are in the
journey. All are welcome to attend with an attitude of willingness,
open-mindedness and honesty.
If addiction has found its way into your life, please consider joining us at our weekly meeting for support, friendship and education.
Pat Godwin has blossomed into one of the most clever
comedians and prolific, award-winning comedy songwriters in the
business. Pat first got national airplay with the holiday classic he
crafted with his brothers James and Jack called, “Let’s Put Christ Back in Christmas”
from the album Reindeer Games. After that, it wasn’t long before
Godwin’s talents were being used on radio morning shows; a medium Pat is
more than familiar with. He’s appeared on every top morning show you
can think of, worked for 6 years as a part of Philadelphia’s Morning
Zoo, 3 years for The Bob & Tom Show, and was a frequent guest and
contributor to both Howard Stern’s radio and TV shows.
It comes as no surprise that Godwin is enjoying some success, seeing
as how he possesses one of the most entertaining and original live shows
in the business. He was featured on NBC’s Last Comic Standing
in 2009. Because he has such strong material and highly developed
improvisational skills, no two shows are ever the same… not even close.
And don’t let that sly boyish smile fool you; it only takes about three
seconds on stage to realize that Pat’s comedy has an edge to it. With a
mix of quirky, personal musings and off-the-cuff remarks, Godwin can
segue in to any one of his songs, performed in an endless array of
musical styles. He recently headlined The Irish Comedy Tour employing
his vast catalog of Irish material and original drinking songs like, “Switch To Beer” and “Maybe It’s Time To Go Home”.
Though Pat’s been charming audiences in clubs for years and has been
featured on every major radio morning show in the country, one of his
greatest achievements came with the release of 2005’s “Under the Bed“.
Godwin wrote and recorded an eclectic compilation of new tunes, and
live favorites, as well as exorcising some of the demons left behind
from a relationship gone wrong. But don’t let that dark description
scare you; “Under the Bed”
is hilarious, and getting heavy rotation on the nationally syndicated
Bob and Tom Show. It contains the Number 1 most requested song on
morning radio, “Gangsta Folk,” as well as the International Songwriting Competition award winning songs, “C’est La Vie” and “First Date”.
The CD “Captured Live” was released to rave reviews in 2011.
SCOTTY MAYS is in long-term recovery, which means he has not had a drink or a drug Since January 13th 2016. He is a powerhouse in the recovery community and advocates recovery on a one-day-at-a-time basis. He plays a vital role to FOA and is forever in debt to Lori Erion for helping save his life. He is is an alumni outreach coordinator at Lumiere Healing Centers and a Local comedian making waves in the vibrant Dayton comedy scene. His favorite motto in the recovery world is "the only thing you have to change, is everything."