Richie Sambora to Perform Anti-Heroin Song

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The Substance Abuse Help Group Commends Former Bon Jovi Guitarist For His Efforts

We at the Substance Abuse Help Group are happy to see a celebrity associated with drug use in a positive light, instead of the usual negative light

As reported by The Associated Press in the article Bon Jovi Guitarist to Play at Anti-Drug Forum, (5/27) Richie Sambora will be debuting a song called “Lighthouse” at an anti-drug forum. The song is aimed at fighting off heroin and prescription pill abuse, two epidemics that have currently hit New Jersey and other states along the east coast. Sambora, who has never used heroin or other opiates, has admitted to having other substance abuse problems and would now like to speak out against drugs. The theme of the song is to provide a ray of hope for those in drug rehabs and drug clinics.

“I think this event will be a great thing for those who are currently in drug rehab and those who need help with drug addictions,” said the head of the Substance Abuse Help Group, a pro-recovery organization that runs several anti-drug websites. “Oftentimes, when celebrities speak out against drug usage, a lot of people take it seriously. Everyone from young kids to older adults take it very seriously. We at the Substance Abuse Help Group are happy to see a celebrity associated with drug use in a positive light, instead of the usual negative light.” is one of the main drug addiction help websites run by the Substance Abuse Help Group. At this website, people can access information on general drug and alcohol abuse. There is information on the signs and symptoms of addiction as well as information on how to get help, what types of help are available, and where to get it. Most uniquely, this website contains information on the benefits of choosing the best drug and alcohol rehab center possible. No two addiction cases are alike and everybody deserves the best type of treatment they can get. “Whether you are looking for a residential drug treatment facility or an outpatient program, can help people get started on their search,” said the head of the group. Finally, this website contains a helpline that is run by well-trained, caring staff members who are ready to answer any questions on substance abuse or any specific type of problem.

Anybody can access the helpful information at as well as a 24/hour helpline that is monitored by a well-trained and caring staff. It is never too late to get help for a substance abuse addiction. Whether a person has a problem with prescription pills, alcohol, marijuana, narcotics, depressants, stimulants, or designer drugs, the Substance Abuse Help Group exists to help. For more information please call 1-855-842-0102.

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