Take 12 Recovery Radio and KHLT Recovery Broadcasting is a
Faith-Based Recovery Talk and Positive Music Internet Radio Station.
The world's oldest recovery radio station broadcasting recovery talk and positive music 24 hours a day with a unique recovery focused show updated several days a week. In addition to our recovery talk shows we have recovery workshops and special broadcast that air monthly.
Monty Meyer (the Monty'man) is CEO and Executive Producer of KHLT Recovery Broadcasting and the Take 12 Recovery Radio Shows and Education Coordinator at the Adult & Teen Challenge Recovery Center in Linn County, Oregon.
With over 30 years of experience working on the Pastoral Staff of local congregations and drug & alcohol services Monty's work is primarily with those who have a desire to become whole through the process of recovery.
We believe that we have more than a partial remedy for the addict and alcoholic. We have the solution in the 12 Steps that guide us to the complete and final answer. A loving God who expresses himself by His complete understanding of His creation, not our limited understanding of Him.
We hope all our shows will point the listener to the final and complete answer to our powerlessness. God.
Monty lives in Albany, Oregon with his best friend and wife, Marsha.
Monty's oldest son Cameron and wife Amber serve Jesus in Salem, Oregon.
Monty's youngest son, Colin is the worship pastor for Family Life Church in Newberg, Oregon and is married to his wife Emily.
Monty owns the KHLT Recovery Broadcasting Studios and is a State/Board Certified Addiction Peer Support Specialist and Certified Recovery Mentor.
Monty's faith is not based in religion but in a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.
"We give all credit to our Heavenly Father for His incredible grace and provision in the work of Take 12 Recovery Radio."
KHLT Recovery Broadcasting is registered with the Corporation Division of the State of Oregon and is a recovery service organization not a profit making business.
KHLT Recovery Broadcasting and Take 12 Recovery Radio are not affiliated with any particular Twelve Step fellowship.
Eagle Scout, Preacher, Junkie,
"I was the loneliest man
in the world.
No one knew but I wanted to die every day for 18 years."
Addicted to acceptance, booze, meth, the streets & everything that comes
But God had a better idea!