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The Ready for Recovery Podcast
28 minutes | Jun 1, 2018
Zebra Coalition Gives Support to LGBTQ+ Youth in Central Florida
Zebra Coalition is a nonprofit organization in Orlando that focuses on supporting LGBTQ+ youth that are affected by a number of issues, such as homelessness, mental health disorders, human trafficking, substance use disorders and more. Zebra Coalition Director Heather Wilkie is joining us to talk about what the organization is doing to help the Central Florida community.
24 minutes | May 7, 2018
Veteran Uses Yoga to Provide Therapy for Those in Recovery
Kathryn Thomas was set to become a Navy pilot before an ankle injury changed her life path. She started practicing yoga to recover from her injury and saw the benefit it could provide to those struggling with their physical and mental health. In 2014, Kathryn started a nonprofit organization called Yoga 4 Change, which provides yoga therapy to veterans, troubled youth and people in recovery from addiction.
47 minutes | Apr 3, 2018
Love More for Julius with Christina Trombino
After her brother Julius died of a heroin overdose, Christina Trombino started the nonprofit Love More for Julius to ensure his memory lived on. Julius, an incredibly talented musician, hoped to inspire people to love each other more through his music. Noticing the therapeutic value of music on Julius's life, Christina and her organization now strive to build music rooms and bring music therapy to people in recovery.
32 minutes | Mar 5, 2018
Sober House Parties with Party.0
Jake White started hosting sober house parties in college to give students a place to have fun and meet new people without the pressure of using drugs or alcohol. His parties were an immediate hit. Jake decided to turn his idea into a business and started Party.0. He now travels around the country teaching college and high school students how to throw the best sober house parties.
46 minutes | Jan 11, 2018
Brett Bramble Walks for Addiction Awareness
After losing his sister Brittany to a drug overdose in 2014, Brett Bramble decided to walk across the country to raise awareness about drug addiction. In 2016, Brett followed the American Discovery Trail and walked from Delaware to San Francisco, California, to honor Brittany's life. Brett is now gearing up for another walk for the same cause, starting in Key West, Florida, on January 29, 2018 and ending at the United States-Canada border in Maine.
37 minutes | May 30, 2017
Lisa Boucher Talks About Addiction and the Drinking Culture
Lisa Boucher has worked with hundreds of women to overcome alcoholism, live better lives and become better parents within the past twenty-eight years. She is the author of "Raising the Bottom: Making Mindful Choices in a Drinking Culture" and was prompted to write the book after realizing doctors and traditional health care offers few solutions to women who struggle with addiction.
31 minutes | Apr 12, 2017
Esther Nagle Speaks About Her Sobriety and Practicing Yoga In Recovery
15 minutes | Mar 2, 2017
Jesse Sandler Discusses the Importance of Sober Roommates
28 minutes | Feb 2, 2017
Dorothy Talks About Her Struggle With Alcohol
In this first episode we talk to Dorothy, a 25-year-old Canadian, who has been in recovery for two years. She gets real about her recovery and talks to us about the obstacles she faced when trying to remain sober. Dorothy hopes that by sharing her recovery story she will inspire others and spread awareness about addiction and mental health.
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