ADDICTION app for
Addiction Avert app for iPhone and Android is created to help those who suffer from the disease of addiction.
Download this app and take relapse prevention tools with you everywhere you go to crush addiction cravings.
Customize skills and techniques with your therapist or sponsor that is personal to you.
Rational Reflections is a 501(c)3 non-profit company that accepts donations to provide education and support to persons who are chemically dependent. A gift of any size is greatly appreciated.
Addiction is a powerful disease that can destroy lives. This project is a memorial to those who have gone before us, winning battles at times, but ultimately losing the war, in this life.
The goal is to memorialize those who we have lost, and to serve as an inspiration to others, so that the death of form is not in vein; the fight must go on.
Rest in peace those we love.
INSPIRATION for addiction app
Community WORK for addiction
Lenny Harner is a native of Shreveport, LA. He received his M.S. from Texas A&M Commerce. Lenny has worked in the field of chemical dependency for over 20 years as a CEO, clinical director, and counselor.
In 2004 Lenny assisted Sundown Ranch Inc in winning the Earnest Codman award given by the Joint Commission on Healthcare Organization for his work on adolescent anger and Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy. In 2009 is founded Rational Reflections, a non-profit 501(c)3 company to help those who struggle from addiction. He received the Dallas Mayor's Proclamation award during recovery month in 2009. He is a published author, distinguished lecturer, consultant and workshop leader for various colleges, universities, hospitals and treatment centers.
Lenny's professional speaking venues include the American Psychological Association, Texas Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse and the Texas Department of State Health Services.
Today continues his efforts as CEO of Rational Reflections.
I am inspired by God, Eckhart Tolle, Deepak Chopra, Albert Ellis, Father Martin, Victor Frankl, and the founders of AA, SMART, and Rational Recovery.
I too am grateful, for my parents, wife, and family for supporting me, when I would not have supported myself. The journey is hard, but nothing worth having comes easy, so the saying goes. What the journey is teaching me, is through helping others, the magic happens.
In 2009 Rational Reflections launched the Stride-for-Recovery walk-a-thon in an effort for raise funds to provide chemical dependency treatment to those who suffer from addiction.