Fighting the NJ Heroin Epidemic on the Radio

NJ 107.1 FM is broadcasting for 107 hours to raise awareness of the heroin addiction problem. Want to help? Ride a stationary bike to raise money for recovery. Need help? Sunrise Detox can help. We'll be at the event.
Sunrise Detox will be visiting the mall and raceway parking lots to show
support for 107.1 FM's efforts and answer questions about heroin
addiction and substance abuse treatment in New Jersey.

Sunrise Detox is pleased to help support a local NJ radio station's efforts to highlight the growing heroin epidemic affecting our communities.

Starting May 19th at 6am, 107.1 FM's Porkroll & Eggs morning show will begin broadcasting live for 107 hours at various locations throughout Monmouth & Ocean counties. Sunrise Detox will be sending representatives throughout the week-long event to provide information and assistance. We're hopeful that our combined efforts will help to remove stigma and help encourage treatment for heroin and opiate addiction.

Look in the parking lots of the Monmouth Mall, Freehold Raceway Mall, and Ocean County Mall for the radio station booth, and ask if there is a Sunrise Detox representative there; we're happy to help in any way we can.

For more information on the radio station's event, visit Radio 107.1.

For more information about treatment options in New Jersey, call us at 888-443-3869.

by Sunrise Detox Toms River on May 19, 2014, 6 a.m.