Many Faces, One Voice by Bud Mikhitarian
Secrets from The Anonymous People

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This book will offer hope to those recovering from substance abuse, as well as to family members and friends striving to understand the disease and help those suffering.
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Many Faces, One Voice is a must-read companion book to the award-winning film The Anonymous People. Together with the film, this collection of insights, illuminated by vibrant faces and voices of recovery, takes the reader along a journey of individual growth and, potentially, to world change.

A vital record of the lives and testimony of brave people who have come out of the shadows of anonymity to fight stigma and discrimination—people who now publicly advocate for the 23 million Americans suffering with addiction. Their inspiring stories, told in intimate detail, are essential to understanding the success, the hope, and the power of recovery.

Bud Mikhitarian is an award-winning filmmaker and the producer of The Anonymous People film.

Greg Williams is the director of The Anonymous People.

 

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Written by Bud Mikhitarian is an award-winning writer, producer, and director in broadcast news, film documentaries and web programs. Teamed with his brother, Craig, their work has earned many honors over the years, including Emmys, Tellys, and an Academy Award nomination. Bud, Craig and director Greg Williams comprised the crew who drove throughout the country to film The Anonymous People, for which Bud served as a writer, producer and sound recordist. He also writes children’s stories, loves sports and lives in Connecticut with his wife, a film and TV costume designer, and their two daughters. Foreword by Greg Williams is the director of the award-winning documentary film, The Anonymous People.
 
Published May 18, 2015 by Central Recovery Press. 402 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Health, Fitness & Dieting, Self Help. Non-fiction
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This book will offer hope to those recovering from substance abuse, as well as to family members and friends striving to understand the disease and help those suffering.

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