Fact Sheet

About TDH Voice

TDH Voice is a twice-monthly addiction recovery podcast featuring stories from all experiences. We alternate between narrative stories of recovery and interviews with people who are working to change the way society sees and deals with addiction.

Some of our narrative stories come from alumni of the residential treatment program at The Discovery House and their loved ones. However, our call for stories is open to anyone who has been touched by the disease of addiction.

This show is made for people in recovery, those who love them, as well as those who inspire and cultivate change in a world that desperately needs it.

Our show is produced in the heart of the San Fernando Valley in Los Angeles, California. We release one episode every two weeks on Wednesday mornings.

The Details

Website: tdhvoice.com

Email: info@tdhvoice.com

Download/subscribe: The show can be listened to directly from our website, or on most podcast platforms including iTunes, Pocketcasts, Spreaker, Spotify, Stitcher, and Radio Public.

Schedule: TDH Voice releases episodes bi-weekly on Wednesdays at 6 am PST.

Social Media:

Facebook: facebook.com/tdhvoice
Twitter: @tdhvoice
Instagram: instagram.com/tdhvoice

The Team

TDH Voice is produced by Lindsey Whittaker and script editing is done by Deborah Kavis. Lindsey and Deb both contribute to research and editing.


You can download this entire press kit in a zip file by clicking here or on the arrow below:

Audio (Trailer)

Here is our trailer:

What people are saying about TDH Voice…

“I love what you said about how people who try sobriety for a month don’t truly understand. People have said the same thing to me with sobriety or even joked about how one drink won’t kill me. It wouldn’t kill me but it would set me back so far, and I need to remember that. Thank you for being you and shedding light on these things! Keep shining!”

– Cortney

“I just wanted you to know that I think this is a fabulous idea and look forward to each new segment. I have a lot of friends in Recovery that have had some real struggles in their addictions and who have terrific stories of their achievements in recovery as well as their hardships.”

– Shari Lynn