SATTC is always looking to “Level Up”. This podcast is a way to engage the community in a fresh, new way to have candid conversations on the amazing work we do surrounding substance use, behavioral health, and opioid use disorder.
Scott Hesseltine, MBA, LCADC, VP of Addiction Services at Centerstone Kentucky takes time to discuss aspects of the evolution of SUD treatment services and the community based services that have evolved like case management, peer support, employment services and housing. As well as sharing the vital role Narcan has played in saving lives and reducing the death rate from opioid overdose in Louisville, KY.
Centerstone cares for more than 33,000 people a year throughout our 26 locations in the greater Louisville area. We work to erase the stigma of mental illness, addictions and developmental disabilities by focusing on acceptance, recovery and access to services for everyone in need.
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This bonus episode will highlight SATTC's Faith Initiative, "Let's Have the Conversion : One Voice, One Mission" with SATTC Director Dawn Tyus, M.Ed, LPC. We will discuss also why is it important to have communities of faith at the table when discussing SUDs.
Be apart of the solution or the problem, but pick a side.
We welcome Michael Mumper to the podcast in our third episode. Michael is apart of CADCA's (Communities Anti-Drug Coalition of America) Drug Free Fayette, a coalition that tackles community coalition building, substance abuse prevention, youth leadership development, marketing and community outreach, and strategic communications and partnership development. Michael also precedes as the president on the board to Let's Be Clear Georgia, a marijuana prevention collaborative.
This episode highlights Michael local collation work along with highlighting CADCA's Seven Strategies for Community Change.
"Local Problems Require Local Solutions".
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Using to social media to promote awareness, generate buzz, and behavior change. We have the pleasure of introducing Aaron Wiggins, a YouTube content creator and leader of the non-profit Peoples Public Health and recent graduate of The University of South Florida, who discusses topics surrounding public health crisis and hot topics. Aaron is apart of the Millennial/Gen Z generation who is using technology to create public health content in a cutting edge way where he highlights organization in local communities throughout the United States and incentives community engagement. Please check out Aaron Wiggins's YouTube Channel Peoples Public Health and support an aspiring public health professional below:
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That’s exactly what this episode represents as we converse with Jerria Martin, executive director of the Drug Free Community of Dallas County in Selma, Alabama. We speak on how to engage the youth into the work of substance use, behavioral health, and opioid use disorders. To continue the work that we do we must continue to peak the interest of the emerging workforce.
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