Sports Speakers on Alcohol and Drug Abuse

Recovery is a challenging journey, as these speakers can attest. The top sports speakers on alcohol and drug abuse are true survivors who encourage change. They are dedicated to their sobriety and share their experiences with others across the country. They give hope, inspiration, and sound guidance to those suffering from drug addiction, alcoholism, or other forms of addiction. Their unique stories may differ, but each of these speakers recognized that they needed to make a significant change in order to live and prosper. Please get in touch with us today if you want to learn more about our sports speakers on alcohol and drug abuse.

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During his career Darryl Strawberry was one of the most feared hitters in Major League Baseball.  While playing for the New York Mets, Los Angeles Dodgers, San Francisco Giants and New York Yankees fr...

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Dwight Gooden is a retired MLB pitcher who spent 17 seasons in the league with five different teams. Gooden got his start in 1982 after being drafted in the first round by the New York Mets, making hi...

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Maurice Clarett is a former star running back who is now committed to helping others as a motivational speaker. Clarett attended Warren G. Harding High School where he received national attention. Aft...

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Rex Chapman had a 12-year career in the NBA. Chapman was a two-time All-SEC performer and 1,000 point scorer in two seasons at the University of Kentucky. He was then selected with the eighth overall...

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Ryan Leaf is best known as the former second overall pick of the San Diego Chargers in the 1998 NFL Draft. He played college football at Washington State, where he was named a Heisman Trophy finalist...

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Theo Fleury is a former NHL hockey player, playing for four teams over his 14 year career. Originally told he was too small to play professional hockey, Fleury would go on to have an astound...

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Todd Marinovich starred at the University of Southern California during his college days and was the prototypical quarterback prospect heading into the 1991 NFL Draft. Known for his work ethic and int...

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Vance Johnson had an 11-year NFL career and spent ten seasons with the Denver Broncos. Johnson played college football at the University of Arizona and was a track standout. He won the NCAA championsh...