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Transition Virginia
Holly Seibold: The Six-Year Journey to Eliminate Virginia's Tampon Tax

Transition Virginia

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 38:53


IN THE NEWS:With the federal passage of the Inflation Reduction Act, the Mountain Valley Pipeline may be back on the table--potentially bringing fracked natural gas from West Virginia to Virginia. Thomas and Michael discuss the environmental impact, as well as the merits of arguments related to energy storage and the state's soon-to-be-built wind farm.Also in the news: As Kansas overwhelmingly voted down an anti-abortion constitutional amendment--but friend of the show Chaz Nuttycombe says not to expect a blue wave. In fact, it's more likely to be a "Blue Mirage" in the polling, snapping back to reality in the fall. Around the watercooler: Graham Moomaw's recent story in the Virginia Mercury, "Federal judge throws out second redistricting suit seeking new Va. House elections" (https://www.virginiamercury.com/2022/08/01/federal-judge-throws-out-second-redistricting-suit-seeking-new-va-house-elections/) and Virginia State Delegate Dave LaRock is accused of destroying neighbors' property(https://www.washingtonblade.com/2022/08/03/va-lawmaker-accused-of-destroying-neighbors-property/)GUEST: Holly Seibold, founder of BRAWS (Bringing Resources to Aid Women's Shelters) discusses her work helping women's shelters and the six-year process of convincing the General Assembly to eliminate the state sales tax from pads, tampons, and other hygeine products.Learn more at http://linktr.ee/JacklegMediaSponsored by the Substance Abuse and Addiction Recovery Alliance of Virginia

Busting Addiction and Its Myths
Alcohol: The Most Dangerous Drug?

Busting Addiction and Its Myths

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 11:48


This podcast is our first episode on the facts behind alcohol and alcoholism.We learn that:One could consider alcoholism an epidemic if we count a minimum of 14 million adults as having the disease.And since it does not travel alone, those 14 million adults affect another 5 people each so 70 million are in one way or another affected.The myth that we can protect our young people from the risks of becoming alcoholics by introducing them to drink early in life is one of the most dangerous myths out there. The facts speak totally otherwise.The deadly effects of alcoholism are under-reported. Death certificates may say cirrhosis of the liver but do not mention that a lifetime of drinking was the real cause of death.Alcohol is still a socially acceptable drug and being a drunk somehow carries less of a stigma than being an addict, even though one is addicted to alcohol.

Christian Doctor's Digest
Loving Patients Who Struggle with Substance Abuse

Christian Doctor's Digest

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 38:44


Drs. Timothy and Nikki Allen to talk about their work serving the underserved, especially those who are struggling with addiction on this week's CMDA Matters podcast.

PHLV Radio
SPECIAL REMOTE EPISODE FROM WASHINGTON DC: HEALTHY MONDAYS with Dr. Marife Aczon-Armstrong

PHLV Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 26:17


Special REMOTE episode: HEALTHY MONDAYS with Dr. Marife Aczon-Armstrong, recorded in Washington DC during the 2022 Substance Abuse and Mental Health Service Administration Minority Fellowship Program at the American Nurses Association.Presented by the Asian American Pacific Islander Nurses Association of Nevada.

TRAINED
No Off-Season Episode 8 | Blake Leeper | Running For His Life

TRAINED

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 35:25 Very Popular


Sprinter and two-time Paralympic medalist, Blake Leeper shares a story of perseverance, survival, and speed as he learns to navigate a life without legs, a bout with substance abuse and a legal battle that would force him to learn to run all over again. As Blake prepares to return to the world stage, he explains why his mental health toolkit, painstakingly developed over a number of years, is more important to him than ever.

I Love Being Sober
Recovery Through Relapsing With Brandon Lee

I Love Being Sober

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 53:41


A relapse doesn't erase your recovery journey. You don't have to start back at square one every time you relapse. People who think like that have a hard time continuing their journey. Know that when you recover from relapse, you will come out even stronger than before. Join Tim Westbrook, MS as he talks to the owner of Art Of Our Soul and host of Escaping Rock Bottom podcast, Brandon Lee as he shares his recovery story. Brandon almost killed himself from all the drug abuse until he was saved. Learn how inner child work and shamanism helped in his recovery story. Discover how relapse is not going to destroy your life and that sometimes it can just clear your path. Find out more about trauma and how it's passed down to you. Listen in so that you can heal that trauma and not leave it untreated. Brandon Lee is a 5-time Emmy Award winning former news anchor for CBS News based in Phoenix, AZ. Brandon is also a recovered meth & heroin addict since 2010. When he first got sober, Brandon's sponsor told him to go to the art store to pick up supplies and start creating. That's exactly what Brandon did to keep his mind busy during the “alone” times. Brandon says creating art saved his life and it continues to be his main source of ongoing therapy in recovery. Brandon has also received recognition in the art world for his abstract style painting. He was just nominated in 2021 for the Phoenix Art Museum's “Emerging Artist Award”. Brandon's podcast, “Escaping Rock Bottom”, focuses on mental health. The podcast goes in-depth on all things addiction by talking with addicts in recovery about their experience, strength, and hope. His podcast is currently being used as a daily workshop at more than two dozen treatment centers across the country. Brandon is also a motivational/keynote speaker at mental health summits – most recently the keynote speaker for the Alcohol & Drug Abuse Certification Board of Georgia's annual conference with medical professionals. Additionally, Brandon is a best-selling author. His memoir, “Mascara Boy”, about child sex abuse and trauma remains in the Top 5 Best Sellers on Amazon in the category of Substance Abuse.

Transition Virginia
Our Seat at the Table: How a New Generation is Shaping Virginia Politics

Transition Virginia

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 48:23


IN THE NEWS:Amidst news of the CHIPS Act, Youngkin administration is currently marketing three potential sites for semiconductor fabrication plants in Southside Virginia, potentially bringing thousands of jobs to the region, as well as benefits to national security and local higher education.Also in the news: At a local school board meeting, Congressman Bob Good (VA-05) proposes putting video cameras in classrooms to allow parents to watch for "indoctrination" and Critical Race Theory.Also: Thomas and Michael reflect on some mistaken takes--such as the Democratic handling of Critical Race Theory and their original discussion of the Roe v. Wade decision leak.GUEST: Russell Swartz, Salaar Khan, and Maggie Sheerin of the Our Seat at the Table podcast talk about their experiences working in politics, the ways politicians have succeeded (or failed) to reach Gen Z voters, and the responsibility of young people in upcoming elections.Learn more at http://linktr.ee/JacklegMediaOur Seat at the Table: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/our-seat-at-the-table/id1607868033Sponsored by the Substance Abuse and Addiction Recovery Alliance of Virginia

SPADE: The Podcast
Five-0 Part Two

SPADE: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 39:45


Good evening my subscribers! This is the conclusion of Five-O and thank you for the continued support! This panel again featured African American police officers who discussed particular issues from their perspectives.  Stay tuned for August 14th, the  release of Spade The Podcast The Movie.My YouTube channel is linked below. Please remember to subscribe to get notifications for when the video version of this episode will be released! Thank you all again for your support.Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXm0EULZ0uLLkguAQGHWcxgInstagram: @spade_0629SAMHSA's National Helpline:1-800-662-HELP (4357), or TTY: 1-800-487-4889[The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration]National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 988  NO COPYRIGHT INTENDEDBAD BOYSINgrooves (on behalf of DubShot Records/Sound Bwoy Entertainment); BMI - Broadcast Music Inc., LatinAutor - SonyATV, LatinAutorPerf, CMRRA, SOLAR Music Rights Management, Sony Music Publishing, UNIAO BRASILEIRA DE EDITORAS DE MUSICA - UBEM, and 12 Music Rights SocietiesInstacart - Groceries delivered in as little as 1 hour. Free delivery on your first order over $35.Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the show

Busting Addiction and Its Myths
Is Fear Running Your Life?

Busting Addiction and Its Myths

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 9:41


In this podcast, we discuss the illusion of fear and reveal that fear:Is responsible for more damage than most people realise when it is unacknowledged.Triggers chronic pain, a relatively new finding in the research of chronic pain and a factor in families of active addicts and alcoholics.Has our brains on alert 24/7 and is the major cause of stress-related dysfunction such as fear of further pain, leading to avoidance behaviour.Inhabits the lives of dysfunctional addictive families, causing anxiety, denial, anger and depression.Is the ultimate illusion and is overcome by qualities just as intangible but real in their own way: love and faith.

Behind the Blue
July 28, 2022 - Candice Hargons (Neighborhood Healers Project)

Behind the Blue

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 34:33


LEXINGTON, Ky. (July 28, 2022) – Historically, studies have shown that Black individuals are less likely to seek and accept mental health care due to concerns regarding stigma as well as mistrust of professionals caused by documented racial inequities in treatment. In Lexington, the Black population represents approximately 15% of residents, but in 2020, Black people represented only 7% of the population receiving community mental health services in Kentucky's Bluegrass region. The Neighborhood Healers Project, a new pilot project led by University of Kentucky researchers, aims to reduce this equity gap by addressing the stigma and helping Black Lexingtonians access the mental health services they need. Candice Hargons, Ph.D., the study's principal investigator (PI) says the five-year project, funded by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), will create a support system of “first-responders” within Lexington's Black community who are trained to recognize the signs and symptoms of mental health crises and connect people to needed resources. Hargons, a licensed psychologist and associate professor in the UK College of Education's Department of Educational, School, and Counseling Psychology, appears on this episode of ‘Behind the Blue' to discuss how this project will impact the Lexington community and beyond. "Behind the Blue" is available on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher and Spotify. Become a subscriber to receive new episodes of “Behind the Blue” each week. UK's latest medical breakthroughs, research, artists and writers will be featured, along with the most important news impacting the university. For questions or comments about this or any other episode of "Behind the Blue," email BehindTheBlue@uky.edu or tweet your question with #BehindTheBlue. Transcripts for this or other episodes of Behind the Blue can be downloaded from the show's blog page. To discover what's wildly possible at the University of Kentucky, click here.

Transition Virginia
Lauren Burke: 10 Things Comms Directors Need to Know About Journalists (Patreon Sample)

Transition Virginia

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 8:13


In this Patreon-exclusive bonus episode, Lauren Burke of the BURKEFILE podcast joins us to discuss the latest trends in journalism, as well as 10 tips for elected officials and communications directors trying to work with reporters. Subscribe to our Patreon to hear the full 50-minute episode! https://www.patreon.com/PodVALearn more at http://linktr.ee/JacklegMediaBURKEFILE: https://burkefile.libsyn.com/Sponsored by the Substance Abuse and Addiction Recovery Alliance of Virginia

Emergency Medical Minute
Mental Health Monthly #14: Substance-Induced Psychosis (Part II)

Emergency Medical Minute

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 24:05 Very Popular


In this second episode of a two-part mini-series, we feature Dr. Nadia Haddad, a Colorado psychiatrist, and Dr. Ricky Dhaliwal, an emergency medicine physician, as they discuss the various treatment modalities for substance-induced psychosis. They explore pharmacologic treatments, inpatient and outpatient treatments, and ways that emergency providers can improve their care for psychiatric patients with comorbid medical conditions. Lastly, they consider the different causes for repeat visits from mentally ill patients.    Key Points:   Pharmacologic treatments for substance-induced psychosis are similar to those for other types of psychosis; these include medications like Zyprexa, Haldol, and, as a third-line treatment, IM Thorazine.  Droperidol is used more commonly in the emergency setting, compared with the psychiatric setting.  Given the risk for respiratory depression from Zyprexa combined with benzodiazepines, psychiatrists may choose to use Thorazine or Haldol/Ativan/Benadryl instead.  It is important to reassess patients after substances wear off to determine whether they meet criteria for admission to inpatient psychiatry, though psychiatric assessments are limited by geographic constraints. The admitting psychiatry team will reassess the patient to differentiate substance-induced psychosis vs other psychoses; often this includes obtaining collateral. Helpful notes from the ED include: medications administered or restraints placed (can help extrapolate a patient's level of agitation), vital signs, prior records.  Some people will be more open about suicidality while intoxicated and less open about it while sober so it is important to obtain additional information for corroboration.  On average, patients stay in the detox unit for 3-4 days, though some may stay longer for protracted substance-induced psychosis if they have a long-standing history of daily substance use.  It is important to discharge patients with quick follow-up and potential placement into the various mental health programs including partial hospitalization, residential, or outpatient programs. Emergency rooms can improve by taking psychiatric patients seriously, especially when they are transferred to the hospital from a psychiatric facility for medical management.  Repeat visits stem partially from the ambivalence that accompanies substance use disorders, including patients' difficulty in giving up the substance due the purpose it may serve in their lives.  Many substance use disorder programs are siloed from the medical system, which pose a challenge to interdisciplinary communication. 

The JOY Factor: Mindfulness, Compassion, Positive Psychology, Healing, Yoga

Today's Show Hello, and welcome to episode 35 The JOY Factor. My guest today is trauma specialist and substance abuse counselor Stephanie Snyder. You can read more about Stephanie's background here .  Listen in as Stephanie shares her unique perspective on joy and healing as it relates to substance addiction and recovery. What We'll Learn Healing is a mind, body and soul experience. When someone starts the journey of healing and goes from surviving to thriving they are able to see joy and beauty in the little things and eventually the bigger things!  A recovery saying Stephanie references: I can hear the birds sing again. You have recovered enough and have healed enough that you can hear things that are outside of yourself instead of only being able to focus on what's going on inside of you.  Questions to consider when considering getting help. We need to speak out against mental health stigmas. Labels dehumanize people.  Treatment success depends on having safe, non-judgmental space to address the fear and intimidation clients may feel. Recovery and the development of self-worth develops in phases. Families need to heal together. It's not just one person, the whole family unit is impacted.  Society has put so many expectations on parents. The first thing to help parents understand: This is not your fault.  Our children learn how to cope with things not just through the family unit but from other things they're surrounded by in society. A few considerations regarding medicinal marijuana use. Child's brain is still developing until 21. Just like with alcohol and cigarettes, there's a legal age and biological factors that need to be factored in.  Very important to educate yourself before you engage in any kind of medicine based treatment. You can't advocate for yourself and learn how to take care of yourself if you don't know what's going into your body.  Consult a professional and educate yourself.  Medical grade and CBD products are very different from street marijuana.  The amount of fentanyl on the streets is scary. Very easily absorbed through the skin.  If someone is considering medical marijuana I advocate for them to do it the safe, legal way and not just buy it off the street.  Favorite quote: “My goal is to do better than I did yesterday.” Resources  Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration Know the risks of marijuana National Institute on Drug Abuse  Trauma Informed Substance Abuse Treatment   Thank you for Listening It is a true honor to bring this podcast to you and I am so grateful that you took the time to listen. If you enjoyed the show, please share it with your friends and family. The JOY Factor Podcast Do you have a second to complete this brief listener survey? It helps our show track who is listening so we can create topics of interest to you!  http://survey.libsyn.com/thejoyfactorpodcast  

Transition Virginia
David Ramadan: Evaluating campaign finance reports in competitive congressional races

Transition Virginia

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 40:58


IN THE NEWS:Last week, all seven Democrats representing Virginia in the House of Representatives voted in favor of the Respect for Marriage Act, protecting gay and interracial marriage from future Supreme Court rulings. A total of 47 Republicans also voted for the bill--but none of them from Virginia.Also in the news: Governor Glenn Youngkin's appointment to the Board of Historic Resources, Ann Hunter McLean sparked controversy with her belief that the statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee's statue on Monument Avenue was erected to promote virtue in the public; she also describes Confederate statues as "vehicles of moral uplift in a time of rapid urbanization and social change."Also in the news: If you know someone posting violent fantasies online, Virginia has new red-flag laws to disarm those people--but only if citizens take action by calling law enforcement. Safer Country founder Paul Freedman is working with Fairfax County on a public awareness campaign: "Prevent a Gun Tragedy, Speak Up."GUEST: Former Delegate Dr. David Ramadan breaks down the latest campaign finance reports in three crucial Congressional districts: VA-02 (incumbent Democrat Elaine Luria vs Republican Jen Kiggans), VA-07 (incumbent Democrat Abigail Spanberger vs. Republican Yesli Vega), and VA-10 (incumbent Democrat Jennifer Wexton vs. Republican Hung Cao).Learn more at http://linktr.ee/JacklegMediaSponsored by the Substance Abuse and Addiction Recovery Alliance of Virginia

USArabRadio
Protecting Children From Substance Abuse

USArabRadio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 11:40


Journalist Khalil Hachem discussed the grants with Congresswoman Debbie Dingell U.S Representative Debbie Dingell represents Michigan 12th congressional district. The episode was broadcast on 22/7/2022 US Arab Radio can be heard on wnzk 690 AM, WDMV 700 AM, and WPAT 930 AM. Please visit: www.facebook.com/USArabRadio/ Web site : arabradio.us/ Online Radio: www.radio.net/s/usarabradio Twitter : twitter.com/USArabRadio Instagram : www.instagram.com/usarabradio/ Youtube : US Arab Radio

USArabRadio
Protecting Children From Substance Abuse

USArabRadio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 33:38


Journalist Khalil Hachem discussed the grants with representatives from two of the organizations that have received the funding. Hala Mallah, Public Health Coordinator, Substance Use Prevention with ACCESS Mona Hijazi, Community Engagement Manager with ACCESS Mara Philips, Drug Free Community Project Coordinator with LAHC, Leaders Advancing & Helping Communities. The episode was broadcast on 22/7/2022 US Arab Radio can be heard on wnzk 690 AM, WDMV 700 AM, and WPAT 930 AM. Please visit: www.facebook.com/USArabRadio/ Web site : arabradio.us/ Online Radio: www.radio.net/s/usarabradio Twitter : twitter.com/USArabRadio Instagram : www.instagram.com/usarabradio/ Youtube : US Arab Radio

Busting Addiction and Its Myths
You Cannot Outsmart This Thing

Busting Addiction and Its Myths

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 8:44


In this podcast, we illustrate how smart, sophisticated people can also fall prey to a disease that is an equal opportunity predator.We learn that:Educated, smart people have more difficulty accepting that they need help overcoming addiction than do ordinary mortals like you and me.According to the experts, this is a class of people who have developed a sophisticated defence system that creates a wall of denial as to the seriousness of their condition.There is a certain arrogance that stands in the way of surrendering their old way of thinking. They think they can study this thing, understand this thing, and defeat it in their own.The turning point for many of these people has not yet been reached: they must make the journey from the head to the heart in order for the internal changes to begin.One does not have to be religious and “God-fearing” to accept the idea of a power greater than oneself. All it takes is the willingness to surrender one's old way of thinking and accept that “I am powerless over alcohol or drugs on my own.”

Seltzer Squad - Staying Sober In The City

Inspired by a listener email, Kate and Jes take the opportunity to discuss anger in this episode. They discuss different types and how they deal with it.

Sober Curious
Booze, Buddhism and being Human with Jason Gots

Sober Curious

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 70:02


Jason Gots, podcaster and author of Humanity is Trying: Experiments in Living with Grief, Finding Connection, and Resisting Easy Answers, on the nature of human suffering, living with grief, and the Buddhist approach to addiction and self-discipline. In the episode we discuss:-Jason's drinking history and what led to him getting sober curious-How Buddhist ideas and practices have influenced his relationship with alcohol-The conversation with his father than helped his sober curiosity stick-Having a lot of “drunken poets” as his early heroes, and letting go of his romantic associations with booze-How a culture of “survivalism” has been passed down the generations, and different generations' responses to this-What the show Euphoria shows us about shifting motivations for substance use and abuse-The role that alcohol and other substances played in his relationship with his sister, and in her death in 2015-Medicating our grief – for both the people and the things we have lost, and the things we fear we will never be able to have-Self-discipline as both punishment and liberation – and the role of “friendly curiosity” in supporting healthy new habits-The Buddhist concept of “the middle way,” and why it's so hard to achieve this – through moderation – with a substance like alcoholLearn more about Jason and his work HERE, get your copy of Humanity is Trying HERE, and listen to the Clever Creature podcast HERE.Big thanks to Ghia and Athletic Brewing for partnering on this episode. Get your Ghia at DrinkGhia.com and get $10 off your first online order with the code CURIOUS. Order your Athletic brews at Athleticbrewing.com and  use the code RUBY20 to receive 20% off your online order of any beer or Daypack sparking water products. 

Empowered Patient Podcast
Providing Support in the Workplace to Address Substance Abuse and Mental Health with Clark Lagemann Avidon Health

Empowered Patient Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 16:33


Clark Lagemann is the CEO of Avidon Health which is helping organizations support employees as they recover from the disruption of COVID and adjust to the reconfiguration of the workplace. While many people are leaving their jobs for more income, Avidon is finding that employees are also seeking resources to address substance abuse, stress, and pain. Clark explains, "The kinds of substances really expanded so significantly prior to COVID then post-COVID. Before COVID, we could talk about one in 10 adults who reported anxiety and depressive disorder. Since COVID and in 2020, that shot up to four in 10, so nearly 40% of American workers suffer from mental health issues." "So things that they're going to rely on to help them get through this, alcohol, a substance, pills. Opioids are very common, then you can go into more illicit drugs. So, the most common things that we see in the workplace that we're doing for large organizations are alcohol addiction and typically some sort of prescribed medications." "Substance use in the workplace causes absenteeism, lost productivity, and healthcare expenses. That's from the employer, so those are big expenses, soft and hard costs, but the employee is facing the same thing. They're missing out on work, and they have lifestyle side effects because they're now suffering and they're going through these challenges. So, the opportunity that we have really is to create awareness. We start talking about that personalization first, but then creating awareness, making sure employees know what's available to them, and doing it in a discrete setting." @AvidonHealth #DigitalHealthCoaching #SubstanceUseSupport #CorporateWellness #CorporateWellBeing #SubstanceAbuse #Addiction avidonhealth.com Download the transcript here

Empowered Patient Podcast
Providing Support in the Workplace to Address Substance Abuse and Mental Health with Clark Lagemann Avidon Health TRANSCRIPT

Empowered Patient Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022


Clark Lagemann is the CEO of Avidon Health which is helping organizations support employees as they recover from the disruption of COVID and adjust to the reconfiguration of the workplace. While many people are leaving their jobs for more income, Avidon is finding that employees are also seeking resources to address substance abuse, stress, and pain. Clark explains, "The kinds of substances really expanded so significantly prior to COVID then post-COVID. Before COVID, we could talk about one in 10 adults who reported anxiety and depressive disorder. Since COVID and in 2020, that shot up to four in 10, so nearly 40% of American workers suffer from mental health issues." "So things that they're going to rely on to help them get through this, alcohol, a substance, pills. Opioids are very common, then you can go into more illicit drugs. So, the most common things that we see in the workplace that we're doing for large organizations are alcohol addiction and typically some sort of prescribed medications." "Substance use in the workplace causes absenteeism, lost productivity, and healthcare expenses. That's from the employer, so those are big expenses, soft and hard costs, but the employee is facing the same thing. They're missing out on work, and they have lifestyle side effects because they're now suffering and they're going through these challenges. So, the opportunity that we have really is to create awareness. We start talking about that personalization first, but then creating awareness, making sure employees know what's available to them, and doing it in a discrete setting." @AvidonHealth #DigitalHealthCoaching #SubstanceUseSupport #CorporateWellness #CorporateWellBeing #SubstanceAbuse #Addiction avidonhealth.com Listen to the podcast here

Alabama's Morning News with JT
1 IN 6 CALLS TO NATIONAL SUICIDE PREVENTION LIFELINE END WITHOUT REACHING A COUNSELOR

Alabama's Morning News with JT

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 6:42


Health officials preparing to broaden the reach of a national mental-health crisis line are working to strengthen an overstretched network of call centers that didn't connect with about one in six callers in recent years, a Wall Street Journal data review showed. The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline will transition on July 16 to a three-digit number for calls and texts, 988, from a 10-digit number that has operated since 2005 in coordination with local crisis centers. The line's operators, including the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration and the nonprofit Vibrant Emotional Health, said they expect an increase in calls to the shorter and more memorable 988 number during the next year. The new 988 line launches this week. Will it make a difference?Analyst on Suicide Prevention // international bestselling author and speaker // passionate about depression and suicide prevention, having lost her own father to suicide when she was just 7-years old TAMMY KLING

Using the Whole Whale Podcast
988 Hotline is LIVE! NGOs should be ready (news)

Using the Whole Whale Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 27:05


988 Mental Health Crisis Hotline Rolls Out Across Country The consolidated 988 national mental health hotline rolled out over the weekend, as part of a broader effort to fill gaps in emergency mental health response and access throughout the country. The effort, in large part spearheaded by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) in conjunction with national and local partners streamlines the public's ability to talk to a crisis counselor. Years in the making, federal and state governments have spent lots of money to prepare for the rollout, though some questions remain about different states and call centers' ability to handle the volume of calls. The 988 lifelines, as a national helpline, functions 24/7 providing support to people in crisis. The helpline is available for both calls and text messages, giving options to people in crisis for calling for help. Health organizations and other organizations that serve individuals at risk of suicide are advised to promote the 988 helpline through community education campaigns and outreach. Read more ➝   Summary   Do all sides deserve equal coverage? U.S. journalists and public differ | Pew Research Center  Statement by CEO on Newly Released James Webb Space Telescope Images |  Space Foundation American Red Cross seeks blood donations to prevent summer shortage | Cleveland19.com  'Queer Eye' Season 6: Where is Chris Baker now? Inside his journey to self-forgiveness | MEAWW  

The Knowledge Group Podcasts
How To Deal With Mental Illness And Substance Abuse Issues - Before the Show #258

The Knowledge Group Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 1:52


Webcast URL: https://knowledgewebcasts.com/know-portfolio/mental-illness-and-substance-abuse-issues-cle/ The prevailing number of legal professionals resorting to alcoholism and other substance use is a growing concern in the legal industry. The overwhelming amount of stress, client demands, and toxic working environment has become detrimental to the full and effective practice of their profession, more so, their mental health. As this upward trend becomes alarming, preferential attention must be given to the well-being of legal practitioners. It is imperative to be proactive in addressing red flags and utilize risk mitigation strategies to foster a conducive working environment in the legal industry. In this LIVE Webcast, Attorney Susan B. Ramsey (McLaughlin & Stern LLP) will provide an insightful discussion of the mental health and substance use issues among legal professionals. She will also share practical strategies to support the well-being of lawyers. For any more information please click on the webcast URL at the top of this description.

Transition Virginia
Harry Godfrey: What's next for Virginia's proposed offshore wind farm?

Transition Virginia

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 46:10


IN THE NEWS:In the wake of Supreme Court decisions revoking civil rights, Governor Glenn Youngkin claimed that Virginia law protects same-sex marriage--in truth, the state constitution has an anti-gay amendment passed in 2006.Also in the news: Census data shows that Fairfax County is the largest-growing county in the state over the last 50 years, while Norfolk has experienced the most population decline. Still, the prognosis for Northern Virginia's growth is grim, thanks to the cost of housing and the recent rise of telework. Also in the news: States across the country have begun exploring laws to restrict women from seeking out-of-state abortions. Democratic Congresswoman Abigail Spanberger has introduced federal legislation to prevent such laws, but faces Republican opposition.GUEST: Harry Godfrey of Virginia Advanced Energy Economy explains what's next for the offshore wind farm being built off the coast of Virginia Beach. Right now, the State Corporation Commission is deciding on a proposal from Dominion Energy--and the cost controls they'll impose on the project.Learn more at http://linktr.ee/JacklegMediaSponsored by the Substance Abuse and Addiction Recovery Alliance of Virginia

W2M Network
TV Party Tonight_ The Corner (miniseries)

W2M Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 92:39


Jesse Starcher and Mark Radulich present their The Corner 2000 Miniseries Review! The Corner is a 2000 HBO drama television miniseries based on the nonfiction book The Corner: A Year in the Life of an Inner-City Neighborhood (1997) by David Simon and Ed Burns, and adapted for television by David Simon and David Mills. It premiered on HBO in the United States on April 16, 2000 and concluded its six-part run on May 21, 2000. The series was released on DVD on July 22, 2003. It won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Miniseries in 2000. The Corner chronicles the life of a family living in poverty amid the open-air drug markets of West Baltimore. "The corner" is the junction of West Fayette Street and North Monroe Street (U.S. Route 1). Check us out on the player of your choice https://linktr.ee/markkind76 Mark Radulich and his wacky podcast on all the things: https://linktr.ee/markkind76 also snapchat: markkind76 FB Messenger: Mark Radulich LCSW Tiktok: @markradulich twitter: @MarkRadulich

SPADE: The Podcast
Five-0 Part One

SPADE: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2022 44:28


What's up, everybody? I recorded this episode some months ago, just following the Oscars, and am now publishing it. My panel featured African American police officers who discussed particular issues from their perspectives. I hope you all enjoy part one; the episode's finale will be released towards the end of the month. In addition, I have determined that SPADE The Movie will be released in August. Finally, The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline released a new number! You will notice the change, it is now 988. Enjoy the Show!!My YouTube channel is linked below. Please remember to subscribe to get notifications for when the video version of this episode will be released! Thank you all again for your support.Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXm0EULZ0uLLkguAQGHWcxgInstagram: @spade_0629SAMHSA's National Helpline:1-800-662-HELP (4357), or TTY: 1-800-487-4889[The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration]National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 988  NO COPYRIGHT INTENDEDBAD BOYSINgrooves (on behalf of DubShot Records/Sound Bwoy Entertainment); BMI - Broadcast Music Inc., LatinAutor - SonyATV, LatinAutorPerf, CMRRA, SOLAR Music Rights Management, Sony Music Publishing, UNIAO BRASILEIRA DE EDITORAS DE MUSICA - UBEM, and 12 Music Rights SocietiesInstacart - Groceries delivered in as little as 1 hour. Free delivery on your first order over $35.Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the show

Busting Addiction and Its Myths
Struggling to Stay Sober?

Busting Addiction and Its Myths

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 11:31


This podcast is about the struggle of getting and staying sober in the early days.We learn that:The vast majority of recovering people don't get sober “for good” the first time out, and that is not surprising given the lack of knowledge about the true nature of their condition.There are two main traps that need to be taken into account in the early going. The first of these is the idea that “we” can have a normal romantic relationship after just a short time in sobriety.The fact is that our emotions have been twisted and warped by substance abuse and we are only setting ourselves up for a relapse if things go wrong. And they always do.Going it alone is another of those myths that has to be entirely smashed before we have a decent chance of getting and staying sober. Isolation and loneliness are the twin killers of addicts and alcoholics.The bottom line for those of us who have enjoyed long-term sobriety is that we have acquired a power greater than ourselves, and we are never alone as members of a Fellowship.

UBC News World
Albuquerque Addiction Rehab Center Offers Substance Abuse Insurance Plans Guide

UBC News World

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 2:49


Are you giving in to the disease because - despite all the good wishes - you think there's no realistic hope for getting better? Call Icarus Behavioral Health (505-305-0902) - you might be surprised by what's available to you. Check it out at https://icarusbehavioralhealth.com/insurance-coverage-for-rehab (https://icarusbehavioralhealth.com/insurance-coverage-for-rehab)

Family Addiction Coaching
E19 Son And Father's Recovery Journeys

Family Addiction Coaching

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 68:37


Guest Interviewer extraordinaire Amanda guides the conversation as son and father describe the pursuit of addiction recovery as a family.  We hear many stories from persons recovering, and a few stories of families recovering from the impact of addiction. For the first time the two join together to describe their mutual struggles; showing the power of compassion, kindness, and mutual support. Michael's recovery journey has been anything but orthodox; which fits his personality, and gives hope and meaning to the concept of multiple pathways. Many persons with addiction don't benefit from traditional industry dogma, and need to find their own individualized way. Patients don't fail treatment; treatment fails patients. 

Do Hard Things with The Rebelution
Fighting Addiction—Finding Freedom from Substance Abuse, Pornography, and the Sins that Enslave Us with John Elmore

Do Hard Things with The Rebelution

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 52:59


“We are an addicted church.” John Elmore begins his book Freedom Starts Today with this audacious statement…but what if it were true? And what if we could find authentic freedomin Christ today? Sharing his own story, John shares powerful biblical truths and practical steps to help you break free from any addiction or sin issue that has been ruling your life. You'll leave this conversation inspired, challenged, and equipped with the practical tools you need to live out freedom in Christ—starting right here, right now.John ElmoreRegeneration RecoveryFreedom Starts TodayStand Up, Stand StrongThe RebelutionThe Young Writer The Author Conservatory

Spine and Nerve podcast
Trauma Informed Care with Krystyna Holland, DPT

Spine and Nerve podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 27:43


In this week's episode of the Spine & Nerve podcast, Dr. Julie Hastings connects with Dr. Krystyna Holland, PT, DPT to learn about trauma informed care. Trauma informed care has many definitions, including some fantastic work done by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. One definition is a consistent and intentional effort to reduce our propensity for harm. Another describes it as an approach in the human service field that assumes that an individual is more likely than not to have a history of trauma. Listen in as Drs. Hastings and Holland discuss this very important topic and share some tips on how to better show up for our patients. Krystyna Holland, DPT (she/her)  is a physical therapist in Denver, Colorado specializing in the provision of trauma informed pelvic floor care to individuals across the gender identity spectrum. In addition to helping folks feel confident in their ability to live without leaking and have pleasurable sex, Krystyna aims to change the fundamental patient provider relationship from one that centers the provider as a problem solver to one that focuses on collaboration between the patient and the provider. She is a well-known Instagram educator (@krystyna.holland) and an instructor of trauma-informed care webinars.  She owns a small private practice called Inclusive Care and lives in Denver, CO. https://instagram.com/krystyna.holland https://www.inclusivecarellc.com/

The Broken Brain™
Regular Feed Psych Today Review June 2022

The Broken Brain™

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 43:25


THIS IS A sample of the bonus materials available to our Patreon Subscribers. To hear more like this go to www.patreon.com/brokenbrain   It's a new monthly tradition for the Patreon Feed. We are reviewing the June 2022 issue of Psychology Today. This is a publication focused on mental health and psychology designed to be accessible to the public.   Hannah Boone, Substance Abuse professional, Comedian, and Mental Health Podcaster joins me to have some fun and get deeper into some of the article in this month's issue.

Transition Virginia
Shawn Weneta: Virginia's broken promise to thousands of inmates

Transition Virginia

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 45:00


IN THE NEWS:Governor Glenn Youngkin is creating a new Office of Regulatory Management, designed to reduce regulatory requirements by 25%. Former Trump EPA Chief Andrew Wheeler will head the office.Also in the news: Prosecutors in nine Virginia counties have announced that they will not prosecute new restrictions on abortion--but some lawmakers are pointing out ways that state Republicans could get around the local authority.Also in the news: Black teenagers are 2.6x more likely to be referred to the juvenile justice system than white teenagers; that creates a disproportionate burden on young people trying to escape poverty. Policies designed to eliminate court fines and fees for juveniles could be a step to help families in need.GUEST: Shawn Weneta of the ACLU of Virginia explains how thousands of Virginia's incarcerated people earned early release--but with a recent budget amendment passed by the General Assembly, around 8,000 inmates with violent offenses have lost the opportunity.Learn more at http://linktr.ee/JacklegMediaSponsored by the Substance Abuse and Addiction Recovery Alliance of Virginia

Seltzer Squad - Staying Sober In The City
185 - Squad Questions 20

Seltzer Squad - Staying Sober In The City

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 41:32 Very Popular


In this episode Kate and Jess answer questions from listeners….. and go off on some very interesting tangents.

Why We NAMI - A Mental Health Podcast

Nic Brokenleg received his Bachelors Degree in Psychology from Augustana University in 2001, and his Master's Degree in Social Work from USD in 2016. He has worked in Human Services for 20 years in the areas of Substance Abuse, Homelessness, Children's Education, Mental Health and Medical Social Work. He is a Licensed Independent Therapist and has been with the VA since 2015. He has been a Program Coordinator with the VA's Caregiver Support Program since 2019.

SPADE: The Podcast
Update Alert!! Whats UP

SPADE: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 7:54


Whats up everyone! Sorry everyone that I missed you guys last month but HAPPY ANNIVERSARY TO SPADE THE PODCAST!! Juneteenth was my anniversary date. This weeks episode is short and sweet as I'm giving an update on whats going on with SPADE The Movie.My YouTube channel is linked below. Please remember to subscribe to get notifications for when the video version of this episode will be released! Thank you all again for your support.Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXm0EULZ0uLLkguAQGHWcxgInstagram: @spade_0629SAMHSA's National Helpline, 1-800-662-HELP (4357), or TTY: 1-800-487-4889[The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration]National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, 1-800-273-TALK (8255)I DO NOT OWN THE RIGHTSNO COPYRIGHT INTENDEDGet up & Get OutLaKesha NugentInstacart - Groceries delivered in as little as 1 hour. Free delivery on your first order over $35.Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the show

She Pivots
Turning Tragedy into Strength: Selena Samuela

She Pivots

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 31:57


This week, Emily talks with Selena Samuela, powerhouse Peloton instructor. Selena dives into the story behind her massive success at Peloton and for the first time ever she opens up about a tragic loss she went through in her mid-twenties. After the unimaginable loss, she had to learn how to pick up the pieces and through her healing she found grace and strength which are now central themes in her classes. Now, known for her tough but inspiring workouts on Peloton, Selena's journey is full of inspiring pivots. Note: This episode contains references to addiction. If you or someone you know is struggling call 800-273-8255 for the national suicide hotline or call the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration hotline at 1-800-662-HELP (4357).Be sure to subscribe, leave us a rating and share with your friends if you liked this episode! She Pivots was created in partnership with Marie Claire to highlight women, their stories, and how their pivot became their success. To learn more about Robin, follow us on Instagram @ShePivotsThePodcast or visit marieclaire.com/shepivots.LINKS: Instagram: www.instagram.com/shepivotsthepodcast/Twitter: twitter.com/shepivotsthepodWebsite: www.shepivotsthepodcast.com/

Don't Mind
Don't Mind Cruxmont - Episode 7

Don't Mind

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 39:20 Very Popular


Gwen and Neal face the consequences of their actions. Credits: Written and Created by K. A. Statz Produced and Directed with Sound Design and Editing by Travis Vengroff Executive Producers Dennis Greenhill, Carol Vengroff, AJ Punk'n, & Maico Villegas Editing, Sound Design, Mixing & Mastering by Dayn Leonardson Additional Dialogue Editing by Austin Beach Script Consulting by Gemma Amor Script Editing by W. K. Statz Casting Assistance by Newtown Artist Management Ltd Cast: Dr. Gwendolyn (Gwen) Kingston – Adjoa Andoh Neal Mitchell – Daniel Demerin Colin Mitchell – Preston Yeung Mary Birch – Sue Bowmer Constable Noah Gordon – Sinclair Belle Piper Wells – Liz D'Alessio Farmer – Hem Cleveland Mr. Ernest Harper - Sean Daniel Francis Madame Dolores - Sarah Rhea Werner  Music: "Missing Persons" - Written and Performed by Steven Melin "Dance with the Ghosts" - Written and Performed by Scott Arc "Old Cruxmont" – Written and Performed by Steven Melin, Budapest Strings Recorded by Musiversal Cover Art by Abigail Spence Sound Effects: (attribution) https://freesound.org/people/GoodListener/sounds/322451/ Special Thanks to: Our Patreon supporters! | Carol Vengroff |  Ian Stephenson - Simpson Street Studios |  Chris Luhrs | Steve Chase - ID Audio This is a Fool and Scholar Production We are a two person creative team and we can only create this show because of fan support! Please support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/FoolandScholar Free Transcripts are available: https://www.patreon.com/posts/dont-mind-64722163 Check out our Merch: https://www.teepublic.com/user/thewhitevault Content Warnings: Drowning, Loss, Overdose, Self Harm, Substance Abuse, Suicide Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes
The Affordable Housing Crisis with Ned Resnikoff

Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 56:07 Very Popular


While mental illness and substance abuse can be contributing factors for homelessness, lack of affordable housing is actually the number one culprit, according to California YIMBY (YIMBY stands for Yes In My Back Yard), a pro-housing community advocacy movement. Amid opposition from groups like Not In My Back Yard (NIMBY), what can be done to reverse this growing shortage? Ned Resnikoff, a veteran journalist and former policy manager, recently joined California YIMBY as policy director. Based in Berkeley, he focuses on expanding YIMBY's long-range advocacy goals and operations. Resnikoff joins WITHpod to discuss the homelessness crisis in California and beyond, the interconnectedness between housing and climate change, why he says equitably and sustainably expanding access to affordable homes is key, and more.

Transition Virginia
Sarah Taylor: The fall of Roe v. Wade and abortion in Virginia

Transition Virginia

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 39:35


IN THE NEWS:With the overturning of Roe v. Wade, abortion rights are now an open question in Virginia politics. Sarah Taylor, Assistant City Manager for the City of Alexandria, joins the podcast to break down the future of abortion in Virginia--including a proposal by Governor Youngkin to ban abortions past fifteen weeks.Also in the news: leaked audio of Republican Congressional candidate Yesli Vega saying it "wouldn't surprise" her if a woman's body prevents pregnancies from rape.Learn more at http://linktr.ee/JacklegMediaSponsored by the Substance Abuse and Addiction Recovery Alliance of Virginia

Seltzer Squad - Staying Sober In The City
184 - Relationship Updates

Seltzer Squad - Staying Sober In The City

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 33:15


In this episode Kate and Jes check in with how their relationships with their partners are in this post (?) pandemic life.

You Can’t Make This Up
Girl in the Picture Chapter 2: No Way Out

You Can’t Make This Up

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 36:12 Very Popular


A father pushes his daughter into a life of selling sex as friends attempt to make sense of it all. Sharon leaves behind her dreams of college and brings a baby into a world of sex work, controlled by the one person who was supposed to protect her. Once again, her new friends struggle to help her escape. Girl in the Picture Podcast is a companion to the documentary coming to Netflix on July 6, 2022. The podcast is a standalone audio documentary and can be listened to before or after watching the film. If you are hoping to avoid spoilers, we recommend watching the film before listening to episode 3.Girl in the Picture Podcast is brought to you by Netflix and Main Event Media.Narrator: Skye BorgmanWriter and Producer: Anna PriestlandExecutive Producers: Emily Bon and Jimmy Fox for Main Event Media, Skye Borgman and Matt Birkbeck.Sound Editor: Joel PorterSound Designer and Mixer: Reed Thomas LawrenceOriginal Music Composition by: Jimmy StoferBased on the books “A Beautiful Child" and “Finding Sharon” by Matt Birkbeck.Special Thanks: Karen Parsley, Heather Lane, Rosario Sanchez, Michelle Cupples, and Jenny FisherIf you are in need of support on any of the issues related to this podcast, please reach out to someone.If you need to talk with someone, but aren't sure which service is best for you, Victim Connect Resource Center can help you.The Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN)1-800-656-HOPE (4673)National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-799-7233 oror online using a safe computer at www.thehotline.orgNational Sexual Violence Resource CentreNational Human Trafficking HotlineHotline: 1-888-373-7888Text: 233733ChildHelp National Child Abuse HotlineHotline: 1 (800) 422 – 4453Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week via phone and text.National Center for Missing and Exploited ChildrenHotline: 1 (800) 843 – 5678 National Suicide Prevention LifelineHotline: 1-800-273-8255 Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)Hotline: 1 (800) 662 – 4357

You Can’t Make This Up
Girl in the Picture Chapter 1: Broken Dreams

You Can’t Make This Up

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 37:37 Very Popular


A bright and mesmerizing teenager tries to make her way in the world only to find her father is the one person standing in her way. Sharon Marshall navigates high school in the 1980s with a mysterious home life that troubles all those around her. As her teenage years unfold, so does the darkness of Sharon and her father's relationship.Girl in the Picture Podcast is a companion to the documentary coming to Netflix on July 6, 2022. The podcast is a standalone audio documentary and can be listened to before or after watching the film. If you are hoping to avoid spoilers, we recommend watching the film before listening to episode 3.Girl in the Picture Podcast is brought to you by Netflix and Main Event Media.Narrator: Skye BorgmanWriter and Producer: Anna PriestlandExecutive Producers: Emily Bon and Jimmy Fox for Main Event Media, Skye Borgman and Matt Birkbeck.Sound Editor: Joel PorterSound Designer and Mixer: Reed Thomas LawrenceOriginal Music Composition by: Jimmy StoferBased on the books “A Beautiful Child" and “Finding Sharon” by Matt Birkbeck.Special Thanks: Heather Lane, Sherry Forston-Bailey, Lynn Clemons, Jenny Fisher, Diane Cranley, and Kurtis Bloss.Resources:If you are in need of support on any of the issues related to this podcast, please reach out to someone.If you need to talk with someone, but aren't sure which service is best for you, Victim Connect Resource Center can help you.The Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN)1-800-656-HOPE (4673)National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-799-7233 oror online using a safe computer at www.thehotline.orgNational Sexual Violence Resource CentreNational Human Trafficking HotlineHotline: 1-888-373-7888Text: 233733ChildHelp National Child Abuse HotlineHotline: 1 (800) 422 – 4453Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week via phone and text.National Center for Missing and Exploited ChildrenHotline: 1 (800) 843 – 5678 National Suicide Prevention LifelineHotline: 1-800-273-8255 Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)Hotline: 1 (800) 662 – 4357

Ignorance Was Bliss
423 -- Why They Write -- with Juliet Rose

Ignorance Was Bliss

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 58:26


Escapism can come in many forms, from fun and happy to dark and intense. And it all matters.Guest: Juliet Rose, authorjulietrose.comAmazon page: https://www.amazon.com/kindle-dbs/entity/author/B09C6QLMNV------------------------Disclaimer: Response to Roe v Wade SCOTUS decision, resources at https://www.podvoices.help/Art: Minna, True Crime FinlandMusic: Jake Pierle -- https://jakepierle.bandcamp.com/------------------------RESOURCES FOR HEALTHCARE ACCESS AND HOW YOU CAN HELP:abortion.cafe - collection of abortion resourcesshoutyourabortion.com - campaign to normalize abortiondonations4abortion.com - donate to support abortion funds by statesecure.actblue.com/donate/supportabortionfunds - donate to the national network of abortion funds (donations split between 80+ abortion funds)usow.org/repro/volunteer - list of abortion clinics across the country that need volunteersdontbanequality.com - language for companies to use to stand against the rulingplancpills.org/ambassadors - early abortion access pills you can store in your cabinetprochoice.org - abortion access hotlinenatalist.com/products/early-pregnancy-test-strips - buy early pregnancy test stripsplannedparenthood.org/learn/birth-control - get info on types of birth controlchoice.crd.co - collection of these above links and more, managed by @starplanes (DM them on twitter to add more)guttmacher.org/state-policy/explore/abortion-policy-absence-roe - abortion policy by state as of June 1, 2022------------------------Facebook group: The Asylum -- https://bit.ly/iwbasylumDiscord server: Ignorance Was Bliss Satellite Campus -- https://bit.ly/iwbdiscordMerch: https://bit.ly/iwbpodcastmerchPatreon: https://www.patreon.com/IWBpodcastTikTok (@iwbpodcast): Podcast ChecklistSponsor: Bath By Bex (code CBDkate for 15% off)Sponsor: InsPrana Yoga (code IWB25OFF for 25% off your first session)

20 Minute Morning Show
From being Homeless to the Board room.... Ron Clark speaks on battling substance abuse and rising to the top!

20 Minute Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 28:53


Contact Ronald Clark Ronald@camino.org --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bj-murphy9/support

PodcastDX
Magic Mushrooms Treating Depression

PodcastDX

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 31:41


In this episode we will discuss "Magic Mushrooms" with our guest, Del Jolly.   ​Del Jolly, Co-Founder of Umbo, Unlimited Sciences and expert in functional mushrooms, states the research at Unlimited Sciences collects real-world data on psychedelic use so that we can more quickly understand how to use these drugs safely and effectively for our health and overall wellbeing.  Advocate & Educator. Focused on shifting the cultural narrative, Del worked as part of Decriminalize Denver and Charlotte's Web CBD before co-founding Unlimited Sciences, a psychedelic research nonprofit partnered with the likes of Johns Hopkins University. He believes functional mushrooms have just as much, if not more, potential than psychedelics and is committed to exploring and unearthing everything we can. “With a focus on mental health becoming an important topic, the ways in which we address these issues are changing. Decriminalizing psychedelics, before legalization, is the most equitable solution we currently have under our system. And allowing humans to take their health and well-being into their own hands, without the fear of criminal repercussions isn't only the right thing to do, but the moral thing. Decriminalization and then the legalization of psychedelics is long overdue,” says Jolly. ​Magic mushrooms are wild or cultivated mushrooms that contain psilocybin, a naturally-occurring psychoactive and hallucinogenic compound. Psilocybin is considered one of the most well-known psychedelics, according to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administrations (SAMHSA).1 Psilocybin is classified as a Schedule I drug, meaning that it has a high potential for misuse and has no currently accepted medical use in treatment in the United States. (Credits: Verywell Health)