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This isn't the first time I've had to come back to self. It's not the first time I lost me, fell deep in a hole or felt like a shell of myself. Not the first time I've had to fight my way back, reorganize priorities to heal, or depend on others to function. Whether postpartum, or craniotomy, or chronic health diagnosis, or ...the latest blip in my story that ran for 6 months (and counting) starting summer of 2022.What do you do when you've been faced with crisis or chronic (health, relationship, life, etc) conditions, leading or adding to the trauma ( the person's emotional response to a/some distressing experiences) that you are already trying to work through? How do you feel when "it happens again"? How do you cope when the freedom you know is yanked away suddenly, then dripped back to resuscitate a limp to life self, then jerked away again? What do you do when your faith is entirely rocked, you walk the stages of grief out loud, and realize this time is worse than the first time because it is excavating places in you that still need to heal.You pause. You ask for help. You take the help.You experience suffering.You experience expressions of joy.You bare the hot mess that you are.You ask others to pray, because you just can't. And won't.You stop all outside movement, to focus on the immediate in order to heal.You wait, and grieve, and purge, and rely, and rest, and heal, and question, and learn, and receive so that when you are ready you can feel inspired again and move forward.You realize that you were there before, and you may be again, and again.This life is a full journey of heart-ache+heart-swell, ash+beauty, grey+color, joy+pain.I'm finally coming back to myself, and this is my short recap on where I was, where I am, and where I'd like to go. This ordinary person, living an extraordinary life.Welome Season 3.Welcome You.Welcome to the Conversation.
This week Mysonne and Tamika speak on Governor DeSantis banning African American studies in high schools, which they believe he is trying to dismantle what black people have worked hard to build and to ensure that our stories continue to be told, or in other words eliminate white guilt. Moreover, Tamika also educates the listeners on the abortion pill that will soon be distributed in New York. Later in the episode, they had friend to the show Lucinda Cross, the President of "Activate Your Life”, who spoke on how she got started and the goal of the brand. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
(0:00) Felger, Mazz and Murray open the program on a Re-Entry Monday with thoughts from this weekend's NFL Divisional Round. (12:00) The guys take calls on everything NFL related.(25:00) More Divisional Round reactions from this weekend.(33:00) Callers react to this weekend's NFL games.CONNECT WITH FELGER & MAZZhttps://www.instagram.com/felgerandmassarottihttps://twitter.com/FelgerAndMazzhttps://www.facebook.com/felgerandmassarottihttps://www.instagram.com/985thesportshubhttps://twitter.com/985thesportshubhttps://www.facebook.com/985TheSportsHub
It's time to play "Where Are They Now?" as we catch up with some of our former subjects after their 15 minutes of fame have passed. ALSO- there's always been a certain camaraderie amongst astronauts and cosmonauts but as the space race heats up, will all that get blown out the airlock? With musical selections by Sweet, Queen, Muse, and David Crosby.
This episode features part 2 of a conversation with activist, author and academic C Dreams. We dig into some of the basic pathways to learning about God, finding spirituality, navigating holy books, avoiding self-deception, and avoiding our tendency as humans to avoid critical analysis of our valued beliefs or morals.To follow up on some of our topics, check out the following. For more about the historical journey of our current Biblical text, I suggest Bart Ehrman's Misquoting Jesus. For more about the connection between spirituality and recidivism, check out Said & Davidson's recent article in Justice Quarterly, "A Mixed Method Evaluation of the Role of Religion in Desistance and Reentry." Check out C. Dreams' work at Filter Magazine. You can also find her on Twitter @UnCagedCritique or the GoFundMe she is sponsoring.
Utilizing the philosophy of stoicism to optimize success along the reentry journey. If you are a returning citizen, an individual seeking second chance coaching through your reentry journey, or if you are a representative of a business, college or university seeking to integrate and/or support returning citizens in your organizational or learning environments, feel free to contact Dr. Louis at firstname.lastname@example.org or via Instagram at thedrrichardlouis Dr. Richard Louis is also available for speaking engagements and workshops related to criminal justice reentry, organizational culture, and leadership development and can be contacted at email@example.com Linked In: www.linkedin.com/in/richardlouis Club House: @drrichardlouis Twitter: therichardlouis
Lisa-Jo's daughter, Zoe, has a fantastic take on their family's visit back to South Africa. How do our lives change if we can step out of our regular perspective? Today you can learn from other main characters across the world. There's relief for not being the main character ourselves. We don't have to travel to grow in this area, spiritually or otherwise. Ever had a big change from travel, revelation or on a regular Tuesday with God? It has to become part of us and we can't go back to sleep. Let's help each other stay awake to our own lives! Lisa-Jo mentions the book, The Silver Chair by C.S. Lewis. Podcast links: Follow Lisa-Jo on Instagram @lisajobaker and Christie at @christiepurifoy and please leave a review about what you think about today's podcast! Click here to join the conversations we have with listeners every week around the podcast. _______ Sponsor appreciation: We're so grateful to partner with show sponsors that keep making our work possible. Click here to visit Olive & June for 20% off your first Mani System. Salon-perfect nails from home is now a dream come true with Olive & June! Click here to visit Green Chef and get 60% off plus free shipping ! The #1 Meal Kit for Eating Well! Click here to visit Earth Breeze to get 40% off laundry detergent Eco sheets! Click here to visit Nutrafol to grow thicker, heathier hair with $15 off with the code ORDINARY!
C. Dreams is back, and this time we got into all sorts of topics we missed the first time around. Today's episode is part 1 of 2. We talk about prison abolition, prison education, trans rights in prison, stigma, imposter syndrome, "I ain't shit" syndrome, patriarchy, Christianity, Faith, redemption, sex offender registries, identity and lots more. Check out C. Dreams' work at Filter Magazine. You can also find her on Twitter @UnCagedCritique or the GoFundMe she is sponsoring.
(0:00) Felger, Mazz and Murray start Monday's shortened show with the NFL's Super Wild Card Weekend. Should Patriots fans feel better or worse about their season after watching the first set of playoff games. (14:50) NFL weekend recap continues with the show also discussing the Bruins and Celtics wins today. (25:10) David Pastrňák's contract negotiations with the Bruins are discussed. (33:45) Calls come in on all the topics from the day. CONNECT WITH FELGER & MAZZ https://www.instagram.com/felgerandmassarotti https://twitter.com/FelgerAndMazz https://www.facebook.com/felgerandmassarotti https://www.instagram.com/985thesportshub https://twitter.com/985thesportshub https://www.facebook.com/985TheSportsHub
A complete omnibus episode collection of reentry stories from all ten interviews done on Second Chance Coaching. If you are a returning citizen, an individual seeking second chance coaching through your reentry journey, or if you are a representative of a business, college or university seeking to integrate and/or support returning citizens in your organizational or learning environments, feel free to contact Dr. Louis at firstname.lastname@example.org or via Instagram at thedrrichardlouis Dr. Richard Louis is also available for speaking engagements and workshops related to criminal justice reentry, organizational culture, and leadership development and can be contacted at email@example.com Linked In: www.linkedin.com/in/richardlouis Club House: @drrichardlouis Twitter: therichardlouis
Susanne Klovdahl, the Missions & Outreach Ministry Director at Northwest Church in Federal Way, Washington shares how Northwest Church has learned that intentional prayer for missionaries they support begins with strengthening the relationships with these missionaries first. Want to learn how your church can partner with OneChild to bring HOPE to kids living in hard Places? Click Here!First, missionaries need more than prayer support; they need support in many other very practical ways. Training. Resources. Reentry assistance are all a part of how your church can put actions to your prayers. But sometimes, the most important thing you can do is just truly get to know them.Second, ministry has changed, and that's OK. God uses these changes to lead us into new opportunities. Don't feel the pull to go back to the way things used to be in your missions ministry. Instead, seek what God wants going forward.And finally, missionaries aren't the only ones who need relationships and support - you do too. Seek to build relationships around you with those who also help build you up and encourage you.Learn More About Northwest ChurchLearn more about OneChild HERE!
In this episode, I will reveal some of my podcast guests coming up in 2023, behind-the-scenes efforts related to my book for moms and at the end, I will tell you how you can get a FREE copy of my very first book which I published in 2012 called The Mommy Shift: A Reentry Strategy for Working Moms. It's 5-pages of a non-BS strategy on how to undercover what you want to do next. Hint: Send me a DM on Instagram @melissallarena with the word SHIFT for the 5-page strategy for moms who want to reenter the world of work. What's Coming Up In 2023 Anita Jaisinghani, Chef /Owner of Pondicheri in Houston, Texas; Author of Masala: Recipes from India, the Land of Spices Paul Ollinger, Podcast Host of Crazy Money Ashley Kegley-Whitehead, Founder of BigHer Impact Australian Author Ingrid Adams - New novel 'Descended' launching March 2023 Wish List For 2023 (Please email me if you know any of these prospective guests and can connect me - melissa [@] melissallarena.com) Dan Buettner – Blue Zones Diet Steven Pressfield – The War of Art Austin Kleon – Show Your Work Behind The Scenes - Self-Publishing My Book For Moms I just got my official acceptance into the Goodreads author program! Follow me: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/13985796.Melissa_Llarena I just got back feedback from 6 different moms who are my beta readers and in this episode, I read two excerpts! Side note: one made me tear up. Meanwhile, some news! I will be doing a crowdfunding program using either - Publishizer Offer OR Unbound Offer – because the truth is that my book has been a passion project funded by me for moms who do not want to have their whole identity swallowed up by motherhood thereby leaving them lost and feeling totally obsolete once their kids leave the nest! Oh and not to mention putting all that pressure on their kids as the source of their sole accomplishment. At this point, I know this can serve SO many moms like me who saw or were taught that motherhood has to mean pausing your life to pour all of your energy into ensuring your kids become who they are meant to be. And while that endeavor is noble…it's hard to imagine what's possible for others when you haven't explored or yet figured out what's possible for yourself? Holy cow, there's a lot I'm grateful for right now and the feedback I've gotten from my fellow moms on this book is my numero uno hence I want to make this OUR book. So look out for my campaign because it's coming out HOT! I'm trying to pick up the pace seeing how my boys just returned to school. In the meantime, join my mailing list and grab a free book chapter today: www.melissallarena.com/waitlist I am currently noodling over my book title and will be in the market for a book cover artist and grammar/eagle eye proofreader I also plan on using Ingramsparks to help me with the distribution Here's the cool thing I wrote my very first book in 2012 called The Mommy Shift: A Reentry Strategy For Working Moms likely when a lot of what I just spewed didn't exist. So this whole writing-a-book process in 2021, 2022, and now 2023 has taught me SO much! Now, for a BIG private coaching opportunity for 3 moms in January! I want to get 2023 started RIGHT! So many of you have been jerked around by the pandemic, motherhood, crappy childcare, micromanaging bosses, or unreasonable timelines in your former jobs or current jobs. You want to uncover what you do want to pursue today. You want to figure out what skills are transferable. You want to get back on the horse and this time take the reins in your career. If this is you then, I want to work with you starting this January to help you figure out what you want to pursue with complete clarity, confidence, and awareness of who wants you and where you can provide the maximum point of impact so you can get compensated your worth! I am accepting 3-moms only in this January cohort and if you are serious about redefining what you do and how you contribute then this is your chance to have me by your side every single step of the way until you have complete clarity or an actual job offer in your hand. Our coaching relationship can come in two flavors - I will help you uncover your best next career that aligns with your real purpose and/or I will help take you that last mile to see to it that you get your dream job offer. I'll be with you every single step of the way. You get to decide how far you wish to take your career! Please understand this is your chance to have the support, reassurance, and expertise you need to ensure that your time out of the market does not hurt your odds for the right role or opportunity for YOU only. Again, this is if you want to uncover your purpose today and/or re-enter the job market. This is especially helpful if the roles out there today are unlike the ones that were available when you were last in the market especially if you never worked virtually or are unfamiliar with social media etc. Want to read case studies?: https://www.melissallarena.com/thank-you-appt/ Send me a DM to Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/melissallarena/ if this opportunity is exactly what you want right now. My gift to you will be a free copy of my first book ever: the Mommy Shift: A reentry Strategy for Working Moms today. DM me the word: SHIFT. That's free and has no strings attached. If you want a partnership to go from not knowing where you fit professionally to knowing where you belong then we will hop on Zoom to discuss what an all-in coaching partnership looks like. Here's the deal. I am working on my book right now and January is when I will be focusing all of my coaching efforts in 2023 so take advantage! I lot has changed in the job market and you don't want to miss out on the new roles/options out there! Follow Unimaginable Wellness for instant updates every single Tuesday in 2023! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/unimaginable-wellness-for-aspiring-mom-nonfiction-writers/id1308269140?app=podcast&mt=2 Find the Unimaginable Wellness Newsletter on Substack where we can engage and tease out the insights shared during this week's episode. I'd love to hear what you think about this week's wellness + writing + mothering topic. 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Mr. Kabwe Peter is Education standard officer within luapula province Zambia. He explained in detail the operation of his office and also attended to questions under re-entry policy and special needs of education.
Strategies to commence the continuation of your education along the reentry journey. If you are a returning citizen, an individual seeking second chance coaching through your reentry journey, or if you are a representative of a business, college or university seeking to integrate and/or support returning citizens in your organizational or learning environments, feel free to contact Dr. Louis at firstname.lastname@example.org or via Instagram at thedrrichardlouis Dr. Richard Louis is also available for speaking engagements and workshops related to criminal justice reentry, organizational culture, and leadership development and can be contacted at email@example.com Linked In: www.linkedin.com/in/richardlouis Club House: @drrichardlouis Twitter: therichardlouis
Most companies are committed to preventing discrimination against people of different ethnicities, genders, and abilities. But what about those with resume gaps? Two out of three people have experienced a break in their careers, but the stigma remains. In this episode, Lindsay and Carolyn talk with Jennifer Carpenter, Vice President of Talent Acquisition and Executive Search at IBM, about what business stands to gain by changing the conversation around career gaps.
This episode covers the hard work that takes place behind the closed gates of the Los Angeles County Sheriffs Department Jails. Join Casey as he has a sit down conversation with Dave Vroman VP and Steve Borja Director of Re-Entry of Only Hope Prison Ministries. These guys are in the grime of prison ministry and have the heart of God while doing it. Casey as you know is a product of prison ministry so when the contact was made through Frank Mastrolonardo CEO of Only Hope Prison Ministries to have both Dave and Steve on an episode there was no hesitation at all. Enjoy this episode and pass it along to as many of your friends. Here is a link to pray for and financially support this prison ministry. https://onlyhopeprisonministries.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theshotcaller/support
Charlotte and Kenny Webb have dedicated their work to finding innovative solutions to help formerly incarcerated and recovering individuals gain access to resources and employment opportunities. Through their company, Charleston Property Restoration, they hire “fair-chance” employees and offer practical assistance through their nonprofit organization, Way Makers. In this episode, Charlotte and Kenny tell Garrett why they decided to form a nonprofit organization aimed at removing barriers to reentry, how to think about compassion vs consequence, and question the systematic Catch 22 making it more difficult for those on the road to recovery to reach their destination. Kenny Webb Owner, Charleston Property Restoration Charlotte Webb Director, Way Makers ---------- Hosted by Garrett Ballengee Executive Director - @gballeng Cardinal Institute for West Virginia Policy Executive Producer Amanda Kieffer Communications Director - @akieffer13 Cardinal Institute for West Virginia Policy Produced & Edited by Tony Reed Associate Director of Operations - @treed1134 International Center for Law & Economics Follow: YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram Support: Patreon, Donate, Newsletter
When we leave home for travel, we build ourselves up and are somewhat ready for the blows of travel. When returning, we often have our guard down and think we'll just slide right back into regular life as if we're the same person. We're not. Re-entry can be rough. Whether it's travel, school, war, etc.
(0:00) Tim McKone and Paul Perillo from patriots.com are in for Felger & Massarotti on a Re-entry Monday and share their thoughts on the Patriots' Week 16 match-up versus the Bengals. (11:29) Week 16 - game re-cap CIN vs. NE (25:32) More Week 16 - game re-cap (36:20) McKone and Perillo entertain callers on a Re-entry Monday.
* (0:00) Tim McKone and Paul Perillo from patriots.com are in for Felger & Massarotti on a Re-entry Monday and share their thoughts on the Patriots' Week 16 match-up versus the Bengals.* (11:29) Week 16 - game re-cap CIN vs. NE* (25:32) More Week 16 - game re-cap* (36:20) McKone and Perillo entertain callers on a Re-entry Monday.CONNECT WITH FELGER & MAZZhttps://www.instagram.com/felgerandmassarottihttps://twitter.com/FelgerAndMazzhttps://www.facebook.com/felgerandmassarottihttps://www.instagram.com/985thesportshubhttps://twitter.com/985thesportshubhttps://www.facebook.com/985thesportshub
Edward Alden, the Bernard L. Schwartz senior fellow at CFR and Ross Dist Visiting Professor at Western Washington University, sits down with James M. Lindsay to discuss how the Biden administration's economic policies are creating rifts with some of the United States' closest allies. Mentioned on the Podcast Edward Alden, “Biden's ‘America First' Economic Policy Threatens Rift With Europe,” Foreign Policy Edward Alden, Failure to Adjust: How Americans Got Left Behind in the Global Economy Wendy Cutler and Clete Willems, Reimagining the TPP: Revisions That Could Facilitate U.S. Reentry, Asia Society Shannon K. O'Neil, The Globalization Myth: Why Regions Matter “The U.S.-China Economic Cold War, With Sebastian Mallaby,” The President's Inbox White House, National Security Strategy For an episode transcript and show notes, visit us at: https://www.cfr.org/podcasts/bidens-america-first-economic-policy-edward-alden
* (0:00) Felger, Jim Murray and Adam Jones start Monday's show with the Patriots embarrassing loss to the Raiders on the final play of the game. * (14:20) The show relives the Patriots disasterous final play with calls coming in on the coaching staff. * (26:50) Felger, Murray and Jones react to Bill Belichick's and Mac Jones' postgame comments about the last play of the game. * (35:30) Calls continue to come in on the Patriots debacle from yesterday. CONNECT WITH FELGER & MAZZhttps://www.instagram.com/felgerandmassarottihttps://twitter.com/FelgerAndMazzhttps://www.facebook.com/felgerandmassarottihttps://www.instagram.com/985thesportshubhttps://twitter.com/985thesportshubhttps://www.facebook.com/985thesportshub
(0:00) Felger, Jim Murray and Adam Jones start Monday's show with the Patriots embarrassing loss to the Raiders on the final play of the game. (14:20) The show relives the Patriots disasterous final play with calls coming in on the coaching staff. (26:50) Felger, Murray and Jones react to Bill Belichick's and Mac Jones' postgame comments about the last play of the game. (35:30) Calls continue to come in on the Patriots debacle from yesterday.
The session, titled The Importance of Now: Maintaining Momentum in Criminal Justice Transformation, ranges from the personal to the national, covering how both these experts began in criminal justice change, and how to address the particular needs of women involved in the criminal legal system. The discussion also addresses how misinformation impacts reform strategies, the tendency to focus on wins and then move on—rather than maintaining those wins—and the need to reach wider audiences with our messages.Guest BiosErica BondVice-President, Social Justice Initiatives, John Jay College of Criminal JusticeErica Bond has experience in the government, non-profit, public policy, and legal sectors. Prior to becoming Vice President of Justice Initiatives at John Jay College, Erica was the Policy Director at the Data Collaborative for Justice at John Jay College, a research organization that seeks to advance safe, just and equitable communities through data and research on criminal justice policy, operations and reforms. Previously, she served as Special Advisor for Criminal Justice to the First Deputy Mayor of New York City.Prior to joining city government, Erica was a Director of Criminal Justice at the Laura and John Arnold Foundation (now called Arnold Ventures), where she worked to develop new research, policy reforms and evidenced-based innovations with the goal of transforming criminal justice systems nationwide. In this role, she partnered with criminal justice practitioners, researchers, and policymakers on initiatives to improve community safety, increase trust and confidence in the criminal justice system and ensure fairness in the criminal justice process. Erica is a mayoral designee to New York City's Civilian Complaint Review Board. She has a J.D. from Fordham University School of Law and a B.A. from Wesleyan University.DeAnna HoskinsPresident and CEO, JustLeadershipUSADeAnna R. Hoskins is President & CEO of JustLeadershipUSA (JLUSA). Dedicated to cutting the U.S. correctional population in #halfby2030, JLUSA empowers people most affected by the criminal justice system to drive reform. DeAnna is a nationally recognized leader and a formerly incarcerated person with experience as an advocate and policy expert at the local, state, and federal level. Prior to joining JLUSA as its President and CEO, DeAnna served as a Senior Policy Advisor at the U.S. Department of Justice, managing the Second Chance Act portfolio and serving as Deputy Director of the Federal Inter-Agency Reentry Council. Before that, she served as a county Director of Reentry in her home state of Ohio. DeAnna has always worked alongside advocates who have been impacted by incarceration, and knows that setting bold goals and investing in the leadership of directly impacted people is a necessary component of impactful, values-driven reform. As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, The Aspen Institute is nonpartisan and does not endorse, support, or oppose political candidates or parties. Further, the views and opinions of our guests and speakers do not necessarily reflect those of The Aspen Institute.Visit us online at The Aspen Institute Criminal Justice Reform Initiative and follow us on Twitter @AspenCJRI.
"These are a few of my favorite things" The time has come for New Memphis' "favorite things" series where we replay our staff's very favorite "Meanwhile in Memphis" episodes from the year as a holiday gift to YOU! We are proud of EVERY episode we produce in partnership with WYXR and iBank Memphis, but these stood out for a re-listen. Tune in to hear our fearless leader's, Anna Ellis', fav, William "Fry" Arnold talk about "Reentry with Dignity" that originally aired in July 2022. We hope you enjoy!
(0:00) Felger, Mazz and Murray start Monday's show with Joe Burrow beating the Chiefs and the Patriots being flexed out of Sunday night football. (14:50) The show continues with more NFL talk and how the rest of the AFC East did over the weekend and how it benefits the Patriots. (25:10) MLB free agents are signing massive deals left and right and the Red Sox haven't made any major moves. When should fans start to worry? (34:30) Calls come in on all things NFL, Red Sox and more!
* (0:00) Felger, Mazz and Murray start Monday's show with Joe Burrow beating the Chiefs and the Patriots being flexed out of Sunday night football. * (14:50) The show continues with more NFL talk and how the rest of the AFC East did over the weekend and how it benefits the Patriots. * (25:10) MLB free agents are signing massive deals left and right and the Red Sox haven't made any major moves. When should fans start to worry? * (34:30) Calls come in on all things NFL, Red Sox and more! CONNECT WITH FELGER & MAZZhttps://www.instagram.com/felgerandmassarottihttps://twitter.com/FelgerAndMazzhttps://www.facebook.com/felgerandmassarottihttps://www.instagram.com/985thesportshubhttps://twitter.com/985thesportshubhttps://www.facebook.com/985thesportshub
The Breakthrough Podcast is a resource dedicated to formerly incarcerated individuals who are seeking resources to start, operate, or grow an enterprise or simply looking for inspiration to discover new pathways in life. Each episode is packed with resources from entrepreneurs who were incarcerated or organizations (public, private) that serve returning citizens. Quick description: Hear how an organization is providing resources to formerly incarcerated individuals. Hosts: Omar S. Muhammad Leon Robinson IV Guest: Vanessa Bright Maryland Reentry Resource Center https://mdrrc.org/
Reverand Al and I have been waiting to get this one out there for this special occasion as this program celebrates it's 8th Graduation this Wednesday November 30th at 11:30. The District Court Re-Entry Project provides options to Baltimore City District Court Judges to select to send someone to one of 17 training programs across a multitude of industries. The intended outcome is providing defendants with skills that lead to a job in Baltimore's workforce. With over 165 men and women as graduates and a very small rate of recitivism, this program has captured the attention of our elected officals in Annapolis, especially Senator Cory McCray who knows a "Fire Starter" when he see's one. He and Judge Pastore teamed up, got legislation crafted and passed so that this program could hone it's work and become a model across the state. I have known Judge Pastore for over 30 years and I met Cory about 6 years ago, you've got two people here that love themsleves some Baltimore, born and raised here they both call it home. Both have run for political office, Nicki was spared buy a small amount of votes, the Universe had bigger idea's for her energy. This is her baby and it arrose because defendants were complaining about the lack of jobs. Nicki, the consumate fixer thought of giving them skills and sparing the State the cost of incarceration. It's a labor of love for the Judge and I know alot of hard work has gone into making the program a reality. No one works harder on these graduations.. It's working, and this Wednesday in Partnership with the Baltimore Ravens, Jermaine Lewis will be there to inspire the graduates on their new journey and turn this Court Appearance into one that is positive, lifts people and provides pride and dignity for those getting their graduation certificate. Listen in and learn. Thanks to Senator McCray and Judge Pastore for coming in to spread the good news, it's Holy work!
In the third hour of Tuesday's BBMS, the guys are joined by MD District Court Judge Nicole Pastore-Klein to discuss the re-entry program for felons in Maryland. Is this something that more cities and courts should look into? The guys then get back to sports by discussion the injury news on Kyle Hamilton and Ronnie Stanley. Are you encouraged by Harbs' words or do you think it's not as good as he says? The guys then look at those coaches who may be on the hot seat right now and Jeremy then closes things out with a trip into the World of Stupid
Physicians pursue side gigs for a variety of reasons, such as earning extra money, adding variety to their practice, or testing the waters in a new field. Today's returning guest, Dr. Helen Rhodes, is here to discuss a little known side gig that covers all three of these bases- being a medical director at a plasma center. Dr. Rhodes will share how she found this hidden gem of a role, what the responsibilities are, why she finds it so rewarding, and how you can pursue this position if it interests you. You can find the show notes for this episode and more information by clicking here: www.doctorscrossing.com/102 In this episode we're talking about: The path that led Dr. Rhodes to her first plasma center role Why our perception of plasma centers may differ from reality The (flexible!) hours, call, and work schedule for this position What Helen finds to be most challenging and rewarding in her work The training, responsibilities, and job scope for this role Which types of physicians are best suited for this work Typical reimbursement for plasma center medical directors Links for this episode: Episode 47: Dr. Rhode's Reentry to OB Story + Locum Tenens Carpe Diem Resume Kit - Converting your CV to a resume helps recruiters better understand why you are a great match for a specific job. My resume kit will guide you through creating a polished resume for your desired job. Templates are included as well as a bonus on writing your cover letter. Give yourself the best chance of getting that interview!
Why did I want to talk with Denny Wilson on the Knockin' Doorz Down podcast? I am your host Jason LaChance, and I spoke with Denny because in 1999, five years after his last drink and drug use, Wilson received his Priesthood Ordination and was installed in the Office of Elder two years later in 2001. Denny is the Founder, President, and Chief Executive Officer of F I Community Housing, Inc., an Ohio Non-Profit Corporation that provided Mental Health, Alcohol & Other drugs, Reentry, and Recovery Support Services to individuals and families throughout Ohio from 1995-2019. His organization provided direct care to over 20,000 individuals and their family members and has been recognized as the #1 Provider of Recovery Housing six times in the state. F I Community Housing was recently recognized as The Best of Akron, (Non-Profit category) and awarded the Best Original Story by the Greater Akron Chamber of Commerce in 2019. Denny developed and trains a nationally-recognized curriculum teaching the steps to successfully own and operate Recovery Housing, and designs programs for other providers and state agencies to operate from a peer-based model of recovery. Wilson has also been directly involved in creating over 900 new Recovery Coaches/Certified Ohio Peer Supporters throughout the State in 66 of Ohio's 88 counties, as well as the development of the Ohio Peer Supporter Curriculum. Wilson spends much of his time volunteering around Akron and is actively involved in Jail & Prison Ministry writing and visiting with inmates incarcerated around the state of Ohio. He has been honored as Father of the Year, awarded several Spiritual Leadership awards, and recognized for his work in building a more prosperous and caring community. Wilson also serves on several committees and boards throughout his home State of Ohio. In October 2010, Denny was directly responsible for helping to define the roles and responsibilities of a Peer Supporter, and Ohio's definition of Recovery. Wilson also lobbied to ensure this new evidence-based practice and Ohio-certified service was reimbursable through Medicaid. By providing powerful personal insight into recovery, from a provider and person in long-term recovery, Wilson has helped develop Recovery Support Service Guidelines and Standards for Ohio and other states and opened the very first Peer Oriented-Peer Operated Recovery Community Center in the state. Wilson served as a founding member and Vice-President of Ohio Recovery Housing, an Ohio affiliate of NARR, (the National Alliance of Recovery Housing), and has helped more than 100 individuals and organizations successfully start and maintain recovery residences throughout the country. Denny has been recognized by many Civic and Religious Leaders around the Country and remains a consistent advocate for Recovery Support Services and their delivery, across America. Denny has spoken in front of Congress on several occasions and has been recognized by two U.S. Presidents for his work surrounding addiction recovery, and his innovative and effective methods to help others achieve and maintain sobriety. Denny is also known for his ability to mobilize thousands of individuals in a short amount of time, bringing 6,800 together in less than three hours, and more than 8,000 in less than twenty-four hours to address social threats and political reform that affect continued service delivery and awareness surrounding addiction and mental illness. Denny has addressed crowds as a keynote speaker and has worked with many high-profile celebrities and individuals. Denny is a dedicated father to his seven children, and a devoted husband to his high school sweetheart of over 34 years, and serves as Vice-President of their company, Wilson Empowerment, Ltd where together, they provide individualized care, education, and mentorship opportunities to individuals and families. This is Denny Wilson in his own words on Knockin' Doorz Down. For 51FIFTY use the discount code KDD20 for 20% off! https://51fiftyltm.com/ For more information on Carlos Vieira's autobiography Knockin' Doorz Down, the Carlos Vieira Foundation, the Race 2B Drug-Free, Race to End the Stigma, and Race For Autism programs visit: https://www.carlosvieirafoundation.org/ For more information on Denny Wilson visit https://dennymwilson.com/ Listen to and Subscribe to the Knockin' Doorz Down podcast on all audio platforms and on YouTube for more amazing conversations of hope at prosperity at https://www.KDDPodcast.com and follow Knockin' Doorz Down on social media.
In this episode we interview George Moore, Pastor, Founder, and Executive Director of Legacy Reentry Foundation. Legacy Reentry Foundation is a faith based non profit dedicated to helping the formerly incarcerated - and anyone else in need of "second chance" resources to reintegrate back into society. Want to learn more, donate, or get engaged? Donate: https://www.legacyreentryfoundation.org/donate Phone: +1 (800) 573-8538 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: https://www.legacyreentryfoundation.org/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LegacyReentry Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/legacyreentry/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/legacy-reentry-foundation-nfp/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcHsJrYrFffgHde99JE2dFg Twitter: https://twitter.com/legacyreentry
This week on Making Contact - with assistance from our podcast partners, 70 million - we head to the state of Alaska, where rising violent crime and substance abuse have increased incarceration rates among Native Americans. Making use of their legal sovereignty, some Alaskan Native leaders issue “blue tickets,” documents that sentence offenders to legal expulsion. Journalist Emily Schwing looked into these banishment practices and their impacts on those affected by both tribal and state criminal justice systems.
In this 15-minute bonus episode, Brian talks straight to the guys heading home from MAN CAMP, offering practical coaching on getting back into the “real world” after the weekend. With valuable insights into the experience, this episode provides great context for spouses, family members and friends looking to encourage returning MAN CAMPERS. Presale for next year's MAN CAMP is open for one week only. Get tickets for the lowest possible price, a 60% savings, at mancamp.us. Man Camp 2023 is October 20-22.
On 9/10/2019 Lucretia spoke at the Restore Community Summit sponsored by the Hamilton County Office of Reentry. Questions or comments: email@example.com Produced by Jennifer Osborn
(0:00) Felger, Mazz and Murray start Monday's show with the Patriots win over the Cleveland Browns and Zappe fever being at an all time high. (14:50) Calls come in on Zappe fever and the Patriots offensive line issues. (25:10) Patriots-Browns continues to be discussed with calls coming in. The Patriots struggles in the red zone are revisited. (34:40) Zappe fever is at an all time high and calls come in to wrap up the first hour.
"Utilizing the Knowledge and Intelligence we possess makes us Wiser." E. TILLMAN, author of "Formula For Success: Reentry 030," "Lessons Learned" and "R.A.W. (Raw Authentic Writings)" is a self made authority on prevention, intervention and incarceration, taking the offense against Recidivism, Drugs, Gangs, Violence, Teen Pregnancy and Falsehoods. As a Former teen parent Mr. Tillman defied the odds of over nine-teen years in prison and twenty-five years of street life in South Central Los Angeles, becoming one of the most experienced and relatable Adversity and Correction Coaches in the United States. Born and raised in South Central L.A., T. E. Tillman became quickly familiar with the temptations of the streets. As a child of divorced parents, living in poverty with his mother and three siblings, Mr. Tillman found himself an emerged expert on "thug" life, dealing drugs, indulging in violence, tainted by addictions and fathering two children while trying to survive and stay alive as a young teen. By age eighteen, T. E. Tillman's life came crashing down as he found himself taken from the streets and set into the courtroom. There he was given a long prison sentence and presented with two options: continue living a falsehood, gangster lifestyle, or seek an alternative way of life. After almost two decades of introspection, self-education and helping inmates regain their focus and strengths, including receiving certifications, training and working with individuals, families and institutions in the FBOP and in the community, Mr. Tillman finally found his calling. Now; armed with years of adept knowledge and proficiency educating, T. E. Tillman has assisted thousands of people battle their misfortunes and stand up to become better and stronger human beings. His Love, Passion, Resilience and Dedication has propelled Mr. Tillman to become an authority and one of the most experienced and relatable Adversity and Corrections Coaches in the United States. E. Tillman's education, experience and training completes his coaching, speaking and facilitating arsenal allowing him to provide you, the client, with the tools, resources and methods you need to achieve your Goals and Dreams. This is his purpose and passion and he will strive the extra mile to complete his mission. Mr. Tillman is also seasoned with years of speaking experience and certified by Toastmasters International as a Competent Communicator. To book a connect with Terrall, use the links below: https://lessonzlearned.com/ IG:https://www.instagram.com/thavelvet1/ For more information, visit the website or send an email. email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: https://www.wegotproblemspodcast.com Networking Group Join We Got Problems After Dark Our Websites https://wegotproblemspodcast.com https://curtisgmartin.com https://rhondawritesofficial.com https://thetrashvegan.com Follow us on Social Media: @curtismartin247 Curtis G Martin @rhondawritesoffical Rhonda L Brown @the_trash_vegan_ Caliph Johnson Sr #curtisgmartin #rhondalbrown #caliphjohnsonsr #wegotproblemsafterdark #wegotproblemspodcast #rhondawritesofficial #the_trash_vegan_ #curtismartin247 #wegotproblems #wegotsolutions #CurtisGmartin #RhondaLBrown #CaliphJohnsonSr
(0:00) Felger, Mazz and Murray start re-entry Monday with the Patriots shutout win over the Detroit Lions and Bailey Zappe's continued solid play. (14:50) Calls come in on the Patriots win over the Lions and fans having Zappe fever. (25:10) The Patriots defense is discussed with calls coming in after another impressive performance. (34:30) Patriots-Lions continues to be discussed with the Lions poor coaching especially on 4th down.
Show Summary Sober October Ok, so we are out of National Recovery Month and now into Sober October. There's a bunch of internet challenges going on regarding staying sober during this month. I say carry it on over to November, December, you might like it. And yes, that even means you in prison too. Stay away from hooch during October. Ok, to the show. This is round two with Chas from inside the Kyle unit. We didn't have time to cover everything last time so the next graduation I went to, we hit it again. This time we talked about life lessons from the game of basketball. Team, Self Talk, Referee, Love of the Game, and the Free Throw. After our interview we do some short interviews with the class members, asking them what they've learned from the class. Some great guys who have all gotten out by now or this month for sure. Thanks again to Warden Luna, Sara Duncan, and the whole program staff. The Kyle unit is ran by some really great people who actually care about seeing these men succeed. Check out the video link below to see the game winning shot that Chas was talking about and the Warden coaching up the team. Resources Mentioned in the Show: Clarity Roofing and Solar: Call Today 972-922-6434 or visit them at https://www.clarityroofingandsolar.com/ Visit DVTD: https://dvtd.com/forgivenfelons/ Write us at Forgiven Felons PO Box 4283 Cedar Hill, TX 75106 Watch the Forgiven Felons Documentary: https://therokuchannel.roku.com/details/7abf5e84134e54a394b5b42544c08caa/forgiven-felons/season-1 How to get more involved with Forgiven Felons: Leave a review and subscribe on iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/background-check-podcast/id1515831127 Learn about our Future Plans: https://www.forgivenfelons.org/future-plans Give to our organization: https://www.forgivenfelons.org/support Follow Forgiven Felons on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.
(0:00) Felger, Mazz and Murray start Monday's show with the Patriots win over the Pittsburgh Steelers and their immediate takeaways from the game. (15:10) The Patriots win over the Steelers continues to be discussed with calls coming in on how fans feel about the win. (24:30) Jakobi Meyers comments on the teams feeling towards the coaching staff and gameplans are discussed with calls coming in. (33:50) Mitch Trubisky's poor play is discussed, how much credit should the Patriots defense get?
(0:00) Felger, Mazz and Murray start Monday's show with the Patriots loss in Miami yesterday, Mac Jones' injury and Belichick's postgame comments. (15:10) Calls come in on the Patriots loss in Miami and how fans feel about the team moving forward. (24:50) The Patriots loss in Miami continues to be discussed wih calls coming in. The guys give their thoughts on the offensive play calling by the Patriots. (35:30) Calls come in on the Patriots loss.
(0:00) Felger, Mazz and Adam Jones start Mondays show discussing the Patriots final preseason game against the Raiders and how the team still looks dysfunctional heading into the regular season. (15:10) Mac Jones attitude and poor performance during the preseason are discussed with calls coming in. (24:50) Bill Belichick's postgame comments about the team “leaving it out on the practice field” are discussed with calls coming in. (33:10) Calls come in on the Patriots dysfunction.