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Developing Healthy Brains: Early Child Well-Being/Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACES) with TCCY Jennifer Drake-Croft, Director of Early Childhood Well Being
February 09, 2019 11:58 AM PST
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Jennifer Drake-Croft, MSSW | Director of Early Childhood Well Being Tennessee Commission on Children and Youth (TCCY) is the guest on this episode of the NAMI Radio Hour.

TCCY has intensified its advocacy of and collaboration for Early Child Well-Being/Adverse Childhood Experiences. This work, including training, collaboration and advocacy on a number of levels, is being overseen by Jennifer Drake Croft who visits Radio Free Nashville and the NAMI Radio Hour 9/20/2017

Peers and Recovery: Dave Hodges and the Lifeline program
February 02, 2019 04:21 PM PST
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Vic Moore is guest host on this episode with guest Dave Hodges from the Tennessee Peer Lifeline program. Originally broadcast in 2015, this episode of the NAMI Radio Hour looks at peer involvement with recovery. The Tennessee Lifeline Peer Project was established to reduce stigma related to the disease of addiction and increase access to substance abuse recovery like AA and Narcotics Anonymous meetings. They help connect individuals with treatment and they speak publicly about their own personal experience with recovery.

Tony Cowan on NAMI affiliates, caregiving, and advocacy.
January 27, 2019 01:57 PM PST
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Social worker, NAMI member, and mental health advocate, Tony Cowan in relatively new to the NAMI world but he has been working to help people for many years both personally and professionally. He shares his story as a care giver and an individual in recovery from mental illness, and his poetry, on this episode of the NAMI Radio Hour podcast series. The NAMI Radio Hour is presented by NAMI Tennessee and is broadcast live Wednesday mornings at 10 AM CT on www.radiofreenashville.org.

Advocacy, MH Parity, and CIT with Jake Coffey, MPH, MA Director of Advocacy and Planning for NAMI Tennessee
January 19, 2019 10:19 AM PST
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This podcast features Jake Coffey, MPH, MA,
Director of Advocacy and Planning for NAMI Tennessee discussing NAMI's role with advocacy. Learn about NAMI Tennessee's efforts with Mental Health and Addiction parity, efforts to expand and enhance CIT (Critical Incident Training) for first responders, and more.

Learn about peer support with Certified Peer Support Specialists Marta B. Hernandez and Paul Fontenot
January 17, 2019 02:17 PM PST
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Marta B. Hernandez is Supervisor at Turning Point Peer Support Center in Memphis, Tennessee. She is joined in the Radio Free Nashville studio by her husband Paul Fontenot who is also a Certified Peer Support Specialist and clergy member. The NAMI Radio Hour is produced by NAMI Tennessee and is hosted by Jeff Fladen, MSW, Executive Director of NAMI Tennessee. The NAMi Tadio Hour is broascasted live Wednesdays at 10 AM CT at www.radiofreenashville.org

Introducing In Our Own Voice, a NAMI program for mental health awareness and stigma reduction
November 18, 2018 05:46 PM PST
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Bonnie Hyler, Coordinator of In Our Own Voice for NAMI Tennessee and Denise Stewart, NAMI TN Volunteer Education Coordinator appear on the NAMI Radio Hour to discuss the NAMI In Our Own voice and upcoming presenter training now scheduled for December, 2018. Learn more by emailing Bonnie at bhyler@namitn.org.

Expanding Medicaid in Tennessee
November 07, 2018 07:44 AM PST
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Mary Falls and Sally Smallwood have been championing Medicaid Expansion in Tennessee for several years. Hear how grassroots advocates are making a difference and why hope for Medicaid expansion in our state stays alive. Original broadcast 10/24/18 on WRFN, Radio Free Nashville.

Beauty and the Brain: Music and Mental Health Awareness Showcase
May 01, 2018 07:39 AM PDT
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Preview of Beauty and the Brain

Beauty and the Brain is a musical event hosted by Jay and Jeshiqua White to raise awareness of mental illness. The event gathers a group of powerful artists voices on stage to spread awareness of this unspoken devastating issue in the music industry.

Rabbi Rami M. Shapiro on Mental Health, Religion, Meditation and Spirituality
April 19, 2018 08:33 AM PDT
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Rabbi Rami M. Shapiro, commonly called "Rabbi Rami", is an award-winning author, teacher, and speaker on the subjects of liberal Judaism and contemporary spirituality. He joins NAMI Tennessee Executive Director Jeff Fladen on the NAMI Radio Hour to explore paths to healing that may be helpful to anyone that is struggling with obtrusive or negative thoughts or is seeking paths toward wellness.

Learning About Art Therapy with Brianne Burgoon, President, TATA
April 15, 2018 11:15 AM PDT
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Brianne Burgoon, M.Ed., ATR, RYT-200 President,Tennessee Art Therapy Association (TATA) visits with Jeff Fladen to discuss art therapy and its role in our mental health treatment system.

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