Oct. 31, 2011
-- Founder of Air Alternatives, Dan Cronin announced today that he has dedicated his journey through Ironman Florida 2011 to the Veterans Healing Initiative (www.vetshealing.org)
and raising money to provide scholarships for the treatment of substance abuse and PTSD for our returning Veterans.
Considered to be one of the true recovery pioneers and “the” substance abuse expert, Dan Cronin has saved countless lives during his tenure as a leading figure in the fields of Substance Abuse Intervention, Alternative Sentencing, drunk driving defense and Case Management. For over two decades his organizations:
AIR Alternatives, Inc., Dan Cronin Consulting, Inc., SubstanceAbuseExpert.com and TheCaseGroup.com have provided Alcohol and Drug Abuse Care Management to individuals, corporations and organizations including the National Hockey League and Major League Soccer, where he is the Director of their Substance Abuse and Behavioral Programs.
While Dan has fought to save countless lives over the years as an addiction pioneer and has served on the Veterans Healing Initiative’s clinical advisory board since its inception, he has humbly asked that on this occasion, the recovery community shows their support for America’s veterans by backing Dan’s mission to overcome Ironman Florida. Our veterans never gave up on us and Dan Cronin deserves our support as he single-handedly fights for them.
To donate, go to:http://ironman.kintera.org/florida/dancronin
To follow Dan's progress on race day November 5th, 7:00 AM EST,
go to: http://www.IronmanLive.com
and enter his bib # 2819.
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AIR Alternatives takes an innovative, accountability-
based approach to alcohol & drug abuse case management and alternative sentencing. Our High Standard of Care Protocol has been so effective that for over 20 years, organizations including the National Hockey League, Major League Soccer and numerous public corporations in the United States and Canada choose AIR Alternatives, Inc. and its affiliated companies as their exclusive substance abuse and behavioral health providers. Visit www.airalternatives.com