Today’s show focuses on Youth in Addiction Recovery. The first segment brings in the McShin Foundation and a parent to talk about youth in recovery from addiction and the recovery high school concept. Following that, Todd Stonnell, local art therapist talks about the creative arts therapies in working those in recovery from addiction, and then Stas Navitsky returns to talk about the peer to peer movement in supporting those in recovery. We end with Sammy Styles and his segment: Peer to Ear.
Today’s show focuses on substance use and addiction. Carol interviews Stas Novitsky. Program Manager for the McShin Foundation about new programs and what amendments the Foundation is supporting in this year’s legislative calendar. This is a special show this week as we are broadcasting the McShin Foundation’s new podcast series they will be producing at their center. The show ends with upcoming events at local recovery centers and behavioral health authority’s focused on substance abuse recovery.
Emily Westerholm guest hosts today show on women in recovery about their path to healing and a healthy life. Ariel and Honesty share their stories, how they got engaged in recovery and what recovery options are out there for women.
Today’s show focuses on Recovery Month. Guests include Storefront for Community Design and the Middle of Broad studios and their project with the Richmond Behavioral Health Authority; a peer talking about recovery from Bipolar Disorder; Amanda Long from NAMI and peer recovery specialists talking about the peer to peer recovery movement.
On today’s show, John O’Bannon, Delegate from Henrico County and John Shinholser from the McShin Foundation talk about upcoming bills for substance abuse services and Naloxone in the Virginia general assembly.