Derick, Yonally & Kleyne Propose Stress & Addiction Relief on Sharon Kleyne Talk Radio. Nature’s Tears® EyeMist® Trade Secret pH-Balanced Water Sponsors Power of Water® Water Life Science® Sharon Kleyne VoiceAmerica.

Nancy Yonally, has 50 years of experience as a wellness consultant and corporate trainer Nancy fights substance abuse and mental disorders in Oregon and nationwide while James Derick’s SAFE Coalition, Inc., headquartered in Norfolk, Massachusetts, mission is to provide support services to those impacted by Substance Use Disorder. The Coalition accomplishes this goal by assisting area communities with strategies for prevention, education, peer connection and treatment options. Derick who has 30 years of experience has come to the assistance of a quarter-million people with substance abuse disorders.

Sharon Kleyne, host of the internationally syndicated The Power of Water® & Your Health sponsored by Nature’s Tears® EyeMist®, naturally pH balanced water technology for acid mantle protection, on VoiceAmerica World Talk Radio & Apple iTunes, educates people every week about new technology health care, the importance of pure water to mental and physical health and the necessity for getting children back to school Now.

On Monday, September 21st at 10:00 A.M. Pacific Time, Yonally, Derick and Kleyne met on Kleyne’s talk radio program to explore the stress and anxiety of COVID-19’s effect on people of all ages everywhere. “Children, especially, need to get back to school immediately,” declares Kleyne. “They are missing essential social training that can’t be replaced by staying home.” Kleyne points out that adults are also suffering, because of the pandemic and stay-at-home procedures. Incidents of abuse, drug and alcohol consumption have increased everywhere.

Yonally, formerly a Health Department consultant for the schools, is a founding member of Graceroots Pathways to Wellness, a successful program addressing substance abuse in Grants Pass, Oregon, believes that “substance abuse indicators are as broad as the population. Poverty is one of the drivers; so is experimentation, especially among our youth, and they’re getting younger and younger (8-9-10 years old). Children are absolutely indestructible in their minds,” adds Yonally. “They believe it’s not going to happen to them. They believe they can handle it. It’s just a toy, and especially among the very young, it’s just a game.”

Yonally’s goal is to wake up communities. “Denial is so dominant,” Coleman shares, “especially in the field of substance abuse. It’s difficult because sometimes when you think you know what the community needs to know, there might not always be the reciprocal response. My underlying motivator has been prevention.” The organizations that Coleman has worked with offer victims of addiction education, support and treatment. The goal for the addicted is to become stable for themselves, their families, then become team members of the community.

“There is a physical aspect to the isolation created by the pandemic,” Derick offers, “but there is also a spiritual component. Without the in-person support that existed before the pandemic, the voices inside can get really loud. These people are fighting the stigma attached to mental illness, so we at SAFE are continually messaging and calling people to let them know they are not alone.”

Kleyne, who always encourages common sense, reminds everyone that “we have so much to learn about water, body water lost to evaporation and this pandemic. People don’t have the patience our forefathers did,” Kleyne continues, “to learn about how body water loss causes symptoms of illness and disease and can lead to addictions. We don’t know it all!” Kleyne insists.

Kleyne, Yonally and Derick also hope to discuss programs that will educate prisoners about new technology healthcare and teach them to improve their diets. “Nutrition and water are so important in understanding the equation and breaking the cycle of addiction,” Derick says. “People with addictions who have come through treatment can still be drinking Red Bull and eating junk food. That person is a relapse waiting to happen.”

“Better health education can break that cycle,” says Kleyne, “and what better time to do it than while these people are locked up?”


While the west coast burns, Kleyne encourages everyone to join her in prayer for thousands of firefighters, law enforcement, scientists, medical personnel, first responders and people that have lost their businesses and homes. “The stress these brave heroes are dealing with is unimaginable,” says Kleyne. “Please keep them in your thoughts wherever you may be.”


LISTEN to the internationally syndicated The Power of Water® & Your Health sponsored by Nature’s Tears® EyeMist®, naturally pH balanced water technology for acid mantel protection, on VoiceAmerica World Talk Radio & Apple iTunes with producer and host Sharon Kleyne and program director Rose Hong of Global Dragon TV. This program features Dr. David Clarke, stress expert from Portland, Oregon.

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Some recent Sharon Kleyne talk radio programs feature:

Dr. David Clarke

Philip Paden, M.D.

Kevin Kearns & Ken Baum

Nancy Yonally

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