Director Of National Drug Control Policy, Michael Botticelli is Coming to

Michael Botticelli

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We are honored to announce that the White House Director of National Drug Control Policy, Michael Botticelli will be Live and in Person on, June 6, at 8:00 PM ET / 5:00 PM PT. Director Botticelli will speak about the state of addiction in America today as well as other hot topics followed by a live questions and answers forum.

Our dear friend and colleague Tommy Rosen, founder of Recovery 2.0, will moderate this very special ITR Town Hall event.

As Director of National Drug Control Policy, Mr. Botticelli leads the Obama Administration’s drug policy efforts, which are based on a balanced public health and public safety approach. The Administration has advanced historic drug policy reforms and innovations in prevention, criminal justice, treatment, and recovery.

Mr. Botticelli has been in long-term recovery for more than 26 years. He has encouraged the millions of Americans in recovery today to make their voices heard and confront the stigma associated with substance use disorders, which often keeps individuals from seeking and receiving treatment.

Please put this your calendar today and let your voice be heard. Get your questions prepared to ask him personally. This is an incredible opportunity to hear the latest recovery information, directly from the White House. Don’t miss it!

See you there!


About rt

RT is the Co-Founder of and has 32 years of long-term recovery and has dedicated his life to helping make the recovery movement a positive, mainstream force the world today. RT has been married to Phyllis for 28 years and she has over 31 years of long-term recovery. They have two children; their daughter Taylor age 24 is the Sports Anchor for WHNT CBS TV in Huntsville, Alabama and son Jake age 23, is working for a International Steel Company in Ft. Lauderdale, Fl. Taylor and Jake have reaped the benefits of their parents long-term recovery and have never seen either of them pick up a drink or a drug in their entire lives.
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