Fighting Addiction Network
Press Release – 

The NoMatterWhat series premieres today on the Fighting Addiction Channel, and is available to view on all Roku devices. ( https://tv.5dmedia.org/FightingAddiction )

“This series is all about getting better than we were yesterday,” said Jason Hyland, show creator. “Everything I do is revolved around making people feel better, live better and achieve more.”

Hyland, a recovering addict, once had dreams of becoming a professional baseball player.  Years of struggling with drugs and alcohol prevented him from achieving this goal. Hyland is now a recovery coach and certified peer specialist.

“It does not matter how lost you may be, how far down you may feel, or how hopeless life may seem.  You can and you will live the life you’ve always dreamed,” he said.

Hyland’s new goal is to write a #1 national bestselling book, run the Boston Marathon, and to help others achieve their goals by motivating them weekly through each NoMatterWhat episode.

Having achieved 18 months of sobriety, Hyland hopes to use his experiences with addiction to help motivate others to go after what they want. “I am all the evidence needed to show you that anything Is possible,” he said.

“We will pick ourselves up off the ground together, dust off our shoulders and go after our best life, no matter what.”

You can add the channel at https://my.roku.com/add/AddictionRecovery or by searching for “Fighting Addiction” on any Roku device.  Connect with the team at http://instagram.com/AddictionRecoveryDIY  and http://Facebook.com/DrugRecovery .

“I am no one special,” said Hyland. “I just knew what needed to be done to find all the lost potential and capabilities being held hostage by my addictions. If I can, anyone can. Period.”

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