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Each week I interview guests who delve into a myriad of substance abuse, mental health and social justice concerns. Hear some provocative discussions that will hopefully provide an impetus for change and better understanding.

Oct 29, 2020

Bob Houghtaling shares an old tale of monsters, fear, imagination and newfound friendship. A creature, once considered monstrous, would eventually find a way to bring people together. Fluppa Oren, (Flapparend Oren in Dutch), reminds us all to listen, welcome others and believe. There are truths that exceed truths.

Oct 27, 2020

Finding A Way

Prevention During A Pandemic
with Kathy Sullivan and Bob Houghtaling

Ken Walsh, father, athlete and advocate, discusses Mental Health and how those struggling with a myriad of concerns might find help. Special emphasis is placed on his own personal journey as well as seeking viable supports.

Oct 20, 2020

A Codac Moment

 Prevention During A Pandemic
with Kathy Sullivan and Bob Houghtaling

Carolyn James, a Prevention Specialist employed by CODAC, speaks with Kathy and Bob about how her work has been impacted by the Coronavirus. Special emphasis is placed on programs addressing opioids, tobacco and Carolyn’s own...

Oct 19, 2020

Lucy’s Booth Episode 8
Turning the Table

Sophie Brusini turns the table on Bob Houghtaling and interviews him about student stress, availability of services, and the importance of reaching out. Emphasis is also placed on how the Coronavirus has elevated Mental Health to the forefront of our district’s priority list.

Oct 12, 2020

Episode 7: Lucy’s Booth
Supporting Mental Health

ASAPP members, Michaela Shunney and Emmy Nutting, interview East Greenwich High School Principal, Ken Hopkins, about mental health. Special emphasis is placed on promoting social and emotional learning as well as developing viable support networks.