A few years ago, I set out on a mission. I knew what I was meant to do. When it comes to the families that have loved ones dealing with substance abuse, there isn't a lot of support. So, I created a mission driven company designed to give the support these families need. But the mission is too big and too important to do by myself. 

The following podcast hosts are experts in their own fields and saw how important my mission is and wanted to help. Below are a few of the podcasts I have been featured on. 

Each host has spent time and effort into seeking out guests like myself and putting the time, money, and energy in providing resources. You can help simply by subscribing and rating each of these amazing shows who are dedicated to saving lives in their own way.

If you have a podcast that you would like me on, please feel free to email me Jennifer@ManeelyConsulting.com, let's save some lives together. 


Jared Deihl

Louder Now Podcast

Louder Now Episode #81: Special Guest Jennifer Maneely

Episode #81. Jared was a guest on Jen's Unbreakable Boundaries Podcast back in February. We are like two best friends that haven't seen each other in 6 months. We hung out and talked for at least 15 minutes before recording. This was such a wonderful conversation. Jen's perspective on recovery and addiction and mental health will really help you.



Dr. Rhoberta Shaler

Save Your Sanity: Help for Toxic Relationships

Ep: Strategies to Help Your Loved One Through Addiction

RARE INTERVIEW! Jennifer was that loved one, and she tells the story from both sides. She had a gut-wrenching addiction, and she now helps families know what to do. Powerful interview!

Heart-wrenching, heart-warming story of how my guest, Jennifer Maneely, found her way back from addiction to success in every way, on every level! Be inspired by her story, and her willingness to share her journey.



Dr. Sheri Prentiss

Where Medicine Meets Ministry

Ep 8: Addiction and The Power of Prayer with Jennifer Maneely

Jennifer Maneely, founder of Maneely Consulting, Inc. She’s a perfect guest for our show. Her first sentiment expressed to me was, “I’m in the addiction field where sometimes all you have left is a prayer after all the medicine in the world won’t fix everything.” Now that’s a “where medicine meets ministry moment”! In her own words, “having loved ones in addition can leave a person hopeless and desperate and it’s a good reminder to see that God has a plan, even it it’s not the one we necessarily want, but asking for strength and remembering the word of God is imperative to help get families through addition.”



Diane Rolston

Dynamic Women®

DW57: Setting and Defending Boundaries: How to Cope with a Loved One’s Substance Abuse with Jennifer Maneely

A lot of people, when they have loved ones dealing with substance abuse, even the strongest most confident people can be torn down into insecure, self doubting people. So how to you make sure you remain the person you want to be and not give yourself away even while your loved one is suffering? In this episode, I welcome Jennifer Maneely to the show as she provides strategies to help your loved one through addiction. 



Dr. Debra Muth

Let's Talk Wellness Now

Episode 66: Addiction, Parenting, and Mental health – Interview with Jennifer Maneely

Jennifer is an awesome addiction coach, helping families navigate the world of addiction and help their loved one’s during this difficult time. As recovering addict herself she understands how difficult it is for the both the families and the addict. She is honest and open with her clients while sharing what is in the mind of the addict. This helps the family cope and maneuver this difficult time in their lives with power and ease.



Robin Lacross

Holistic Sex Ed Radio

Episode 039: Addressing Trauma Related Substance Abuse in Families with Jennifer Maneely

What do you do when a family member is abusing drugs or alcohol? What about when they are lying and stealing from you? How do you protect yourself? Do you standby and watch as they spiral towards rock bottom? Is there anything can you do or say that will get through to them? How do you cope when you dread every phone call fearing the worst?