The former U.S. Army Officer and Dancing with the Stars Champ Joins American Hero and Medal of Honor Recipient for Foundations Recovery Network conference to focus on the treatment of service men, women, and their families

Foundations Recovery Network announced popular servicemen J.R. Martinez and Dakota Meyer as special guest speakers at the Freedom & Recovery conference in San Diego, CA held April 23-26, 2012. The conference brings together leading experts specializing in the treatment of service men, women, and their families. The event focuses on the unique challenges that these individuals face as well as treatment strategies that prepare them for a return to work and civilian life.

Medal of Honor recipient, Dakota Meyer will be featured on Tuesday, April 24 and retired U.S. Army soldier and “Dancing with the Stars” champion, J.R. Martinez will be featured on Wednesday, April 25. Both speakers will present their inspiring and motivational stories in the Crown room at the Hotel del Coronado in San Diego. Each presentation will conclude with an interactive Q&A time. Both Meyer and Martinez hope to bring attention to the various treatment methods available to returning military men and women while also raising the level of awareness of how our military is affected by the circumstances of war and service.

“With domestic challenges at home and active military returning from abroad, our service men and women have unique and profound needs for integrated treatment,” says Rob Waggener, CEO of Foundations Recovery Network. “We are honored to offer such high quality speakers who are able to address innovations in treatment for our veterans and first responders.”

A limited number of tickets are available to the public and also for conference attendees. For more information about the conference and to purchase tickets please visit:

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