The Road to Recovery - How Community-Based Partnerships and Recovery Support Organizations Make Recovery Work

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The goal of recovery is for individuals to lead successful, saitisying, and healthy lives integrated inthe community.  This requires the availability of prevention, health care, treatment, and recovery support services.  Community-based organizations play a vital role in addressing the diverse needs of people in recovery from mental and/or substance use disorders.  Partnerships and networks within communities serve to leverage the particular contribution that individual community-based organizations have to offer.  Recovery support organizations, those that focus on the recovery needs of i

In The Studio - Homelessness: Healthcare Issues

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Marie Lee, Willow Clinic member, hosts:

Isaiah Roggow, board member, Interfaith Rotating Winter Shelter of Davis

Jessica Liu, Willow Clinic Co-Director and UCD Med student

Hamza Malakzay, Willow Clinic member

Steven Speere, former Willow Clinic patient

The Road to Recovery - Supporting Military Service Members, Veterans, and their Families

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Our nation has pledged unequivocal support for active duty military service members and veterans.

In The Studio - Yolo Food Connect

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Autumn Labbe-Renault hosts Don Saylor, Yolo County Supervisor District 2, Kevin Sanchez, Executive Director, Yolo County Food Bank, and Gail Feenstra, Food Systems Analyst.

In The Studio - Davis Slow Food

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Patrick Shearer hosts Kristen Reed and Rhonda Gruska, co-coordinators of Davis Slow Food.

Sing Pink

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Live Stage Musical

featuring Allie Griffey

Bosse Productions 2012

recorded at the Winters Opera House

The Road to Recovery - Families are the Frontline

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It is well understood that prevention, treatment, and recovery in behavioral health require a multifaceted approach in which individuals, families, schools, and communities all play a vital role.  This show will focus on one of these critical sucess factors: families.  Whenever a family member - parent or child - is experiencing a mental or substance use health problem, the repsonse should involve the entire family.

The Road to Recovery - Partnering with Young Adults in Behavioral Health

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The field of behavioral health has increased recognized the importance of addressing the needs of specific age groups with respect to both mental and substance use disorders. Teenagers (aged 12-17) and young adults (aged 18-24) are two age groups for which sensitivity to age is especially importnat in the practice of prevention, treatment, and recovery. What are the most effective approaches to preventing underage drinking and the use of illicit drugs - including the nonmedical use of prescription medications - among youth?


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