On this episode, Jeremy interviews Army Veteran and Author of 'Face the Fence' Philip Lee. Rising from the ashes of PTSD and homelessness; Philip overcame his situation with self-awareness, and utilization of various resources in an effort of self-preservation. Now, he is giving back and offering encouragement.
On this episode; Jeremy provides national statistics from the National Alliance to End Homelessness and the White House websites. He also discusses causation and resources to overcoming the situation; while sharing his own story of living below the poverty level.
On this episode; Jeremy provides national obesity statistics and information related to the benefits of exercise and nutrition. By talking about his own weight struggles, Jeremy shares information that may be helpful to the listeners; while encouraging seeking professional assistance on the subject matter.
On this episode, Jeremy reflects on interviews and events that have been conducted throughout the month of September. He also gives his opinions and thoughts on how to mitigate the ever growing crisis of Suicide; while offer information on becoming a Prevention Frontliner.
On this episode; Jeremy interviews Dustin, the Founder/President of Untiltheresnone. Untiltheresnone is a nonprofit organization focused on battling Veteran Suicide and Mental Health through the establishment of peer-support and activities. During the interview, Dustin talks about the organization, and what led him to start his own nonprofit. Both, Jeremy and Dustin, discuss needed changes and implementation of preventatives within the public.
ON this episode, Jeremy Interviews Lance Cranmer; Executive Director of NAMI Southern Ohio and Board Member of DRD. Lance provides a descriptive overview of NAMI, NAMI Veteran Programs, and NAMI Southern Ohio continued efforts. ALso the two discuss the stigma around Mental Health, and hopes for the future.
On this episode, Jeremy interviews his service brother, Brandon, who is a retired Air Force Veteran and accomplished artist. The two discuss Brandon's service, his support network and transition, and then discuss his Artwork and how it helps alleviate stress and anxiety.
Interview with Derrick Iozzio, CEO of Catch 22 Peer Support. We discuss Catch 22 Peer Support organizational resources, State of Veteran Community, Community Outreach, Veteran Affairs, and Veteran Mental Health.
Left the service.."Now What?" One this episode we discuss what we left behind after leaving the service, and the outlook of going back to our hometown. Who do we turn to? Who will support us? Who can we trust? What should we do? We give tips and tidbits (suggestions) to these questions.