Brad is a true protector. Brad joined the show to talk about his darkest day and how he thrived after he received help. Brad also talks about the incredible programs that Warriors Heart has that helped him recover from his addiction and darkness.
ABOUT BRAD Waudby
Brad Waudby is a 13-year veteran Detective in Northern New Jersey, just outside New York City. Throughout his career, he has investigated Organized Crime, Narcotics, been in the Special Victims Unit, and is currently assigned to The Police Academy where he teaches resiliency to both recruits and officers. He is also an Operator on the County Regional SWAT Team. Along with his Law Enforcement duties, Brad is also a certified Master Resiliency Trainer through the New Jersey State Department of Criminal Justice. Brad holds a Bachelor of Science Degree from the United States Military Academy at West Point, NY. Brad also played four years of football while attending West Point. He also holds a Master of Administrative Science Degree from Fairleigh Dickinson University. Brad enjoys spending time working out and spending time outdoors, either hunting or fly fishing with his family
About Warriors Heart. Warriors Heart (Bandera, Texas near San Antonio) is the first and only private and accredited treatment program in the U.S. exclusively for “warriors” (active duty military, veterans, first responders and EMTs/paramedics) faced with the self-medicating struggles of alcohol addiction, prescription and drug addiction, PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder), mild TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury) and other co-occurring issues in a private, 60-bed facility on a 543-acre ranch. Along with a minimum 42-day peer-to-peer residential treatment program, Warriors Heart gives “warriors” the option of Detox, Day Treatment, Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP), Sober Living (60-day minimum) and Aftercare. Warriors Heart’s work has been featured on the TODAY Show, CBS Health Watch, KENS 5 CBS San Antonio, FOX 11 Los Angeles, National Defense Radio Show and in TIME, Forbes, The Chicago Tribune, Addiction Pro magazine, San Antonio Business Journal and many more. There is a 24-hour Warriors Heart hotline (844-448-2567) answered by warriors. https://warriorsheart.com