Welcome to ChaseNoMore

I invite you to explore this site, which is a reflection of me.

Chasenomore serves as a bridge to help by pointing to resources that can assist with treatment and recovery.

My advice is not intended as a substitute for the advice of a healthcare professional.

Chekesha uses her own experience as a recovering addict to better understand her clients.

Chekesha is a woman of passion, vision, and purpose, who has made it her life’s work to assist others in moving past their addiction issues. The name [Chasenomore] represents that there would be “no more chasing” that life of addiction, and that a better life was possible. Dedicated to presenting hope and seeking help for people struggling with addiction.

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"The prayer that brought me through my darkest moments"

Psalm: 23

1 The Lord is my Shepard; I shall not want

2 He maketh me to lie down in green pastures: he leadeth me beside the still water

3 He restoreth my soul: he leadeth me in the paths of righteousness for his name's sake.

4 Yet, though I walk through the valley of he shadow of death, I will fear no evil: for thou art with me; thy rod and thy staff they comfort me.

5 Thou preparest a table before me in the presence of mine enemies: thou anointest my head with oil; my cup runneth over.

6 Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life: and I will dwell in the house of the Lord for ever.

Let's work together!

  • Do you need a 1 on 1 conversation? Then schedule a call today for a free 5 minute phone call with yours truly.

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  • Check out my scheduled times for my webinar. Be sure to stop on by to ask me any questions you may have.

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  • Would you like me to come do a talk for a group of people? I have did a number of talks and inspired many.

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What My Wonderful Clients Say

  • I first met Chekesha when she came to the hospital where I work for CT scan. I learned she was having the scan prior to her cochlear implant procedure.She was totally when she came into the hospital.She could not hear anything.I had to write everything. Chekesha returned a few other times for follow up scans and it was during those visits I learned how she lost her hearing and that she would hear her son's voice for the first time after undergoing the procedure. I received an email regarding one of Chekesha's speaking events, I promised I would go, and I did. I must say I was completely blown away! Her message one of sadness and triumph.Despair and Healing. A story that must be told.

    Connie Hatcher Lourdes Radiology
  • I attended the "Meet The Author" event at Willingboro Public Library. Hearing Chekesha's story about her struggle with opiate addiction & how she suffered hearing loss and subsequently overcame that addiction, has opened my eyes to an epidemic that i have been hearing more and more about but until now, never knew how close to home this problem really is. Having my two young daughters(ages 16 &10) accompany me ended up being an eye opening experience for them. They both were touched by her story & on the way home we couldn't stop talking about chekesha & her story. This story is a testament that we all may fall but what counts is what we do when we get back up !

    Karen Ireland (Toll Corporal) Delware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission
  • I first heard of Kay from a friend of mine Jim Ewart, who was a guidance counselor at Harry S. Truman High School. Jim also has a prevention program at Truman. He told me about Kay and her speech to the students there. He said that she was one of the best guest speakers he has ever had during his eighteen years with his program. Jim gave me Kay’s contact information and encouraged me to reach out to her. I called and spoke with Kay and listened to her story, which was amazing. I invited Kay to come to the youth police academy, to be my motivational speaker this past summer. Kay came and spoke to the 65 cadets and most of my staff. Kay had a great command of the room as she spoke with passion about her life. She shared how her addiction began after she had knee surgery and was prescribed pain medication. Kay talked about the next eleven years of pill shopping as her addiction consumed her life. She talked about losing her hearing as a result of her addiction. The cadets asked her many questions, all of which she answered with dignity and honesty. She is an inspirational person with a belief that her life story will change the lives of others. Kay will be my first speaker this school year (September2017) at the high schools. I know that she will do an outstanding job in front of the young adults. Kay is a beautiful person who truly wants to make a positive impact in the lives of others. Respectfully,

    John Yeager (Police Officer)

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