Recovery Today Magazine is a Magazine of Hope!

Everything we do MUST lead to Hope.  We ask one question about every article, every interview, every video, book, resource or guide we consider.

“Does it give hope?”

If the answer is “No”, then it will not be in Recovery Today Magazine.



Nationally recognized addiction expert, Greg Hannley is the Publisher of Recovery Today Magazine. He is also the Chief Recovery Officer and Board Member of Vivera Pharmaceuticals, Founder of SOBA Recovery Center, Founder and Executive Producer of Malibu Films, Founder of Prince Boxing. Greg has appeared on CNN’s Larry King Live, Fox News, Fox and Friends, San Antonio Living, and other national media outlets. His vision is to help those suffering from the disease of addiction and to evangelize a simple, powerful message; there is hope.


Help at LEAST ONE more person, take at LEAST ONE more step to being sober for at LEAST ONE more day. 

Our Goal

Those in Recovery

Recovery Today provides hope for those who are sober and have begun to turn their lives around.  They must now begin to be comfortable with themselves or others as a sober person.

Those who “Got Sober” Long Ago

Recovery Today provides hope for those who have been sober a long time. This is a cunning disease that will always tell you “you’re different”.  We make our stand. Sobriety is for life.

Recovery Today provides hope for those that are battling addiction for themselves or someone they love who needs recovery. It must provide HOPE to this group as well as the message “there is no shame”.

Those NOT Yet in Addiction Recovery

Our Audience

If we can give HOPE to one person to take one more step, we’ve accomplished our goal.

Its just that simple.



Copyright 2020, Recovery Today Magazine

Our subject is one we can not hide from any longer.  It will not remain in the shadows. It respects no one and it is time for the stigma to end.

Would you be angry with someone you love for getting sick?  

Would you be upset with an epileptic for having a seizure?  Of course not.

There is no shame in addiction and although this disease robs you of your self esteem and and can steal your dreams, your life and and the dreams of those you love, your situation is not hopeless.  

There is always hope.

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Yes, change is possible – and the time is now!