Recovery Talk is a monthly, educational podcast from the Peer Recovery Center of Excellence (PR CoE) hosted by Shannon Roberts, one of our program managers. Each month, our host talks with experts in the field about their lived experience, discussing substance use challenges, resources to assist those with substance use challenges and/or their families, and best practices for the delivery of peer recovery support services. Our goal in sharing stories and information is to provide hope and resources to the field of peer recovery. To listen on your favorite podcast platform and subscribe, click here.
For more information about the podcast, please contact Shannon Roberts at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This month, Kris Kelly, who leads our RCO capacity building team here at the PR CoE, hosts a conversation with Durga Leela, founder of Yoga of Recovery. In this episode, you’ll get to hear about Durga’s recovery journey embracing Ayurveda and how one of the oldest traditional systems of medicine helps her live a life of abundance.
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In this episode, our host spoke with Brandy Anderson-Willis of Indiana Association of Peer Recovery Support Services, Bailey Helgeson of the Roanoke Valley Collective Response, and Mike Durschlag of the Association of Recovery Schools. Tune in now to hear stories and anecdotes from the field!
This month, we spoke with Kim Gannon and Emily Pasman, authors of a recent article in the Journal of Substance Use and Addiction Treatment entitled, "Knowing or not knowing: Living as harm reductionists in Twelve Step Recovery." With us, they shared their experiences navigating recovery through Twelve Step programs, their embrace of harm reduction values, their professional research, and the ongoing journey of reconciling these concepts and experiences for themselves.
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In this episode, our host spoke with Tim Saubers and Haner Hernandez, both PR CoE team members. Tim and Haner discussed their experiences with cultural identity and how that affected their recovery and healing journeys.
In this episode, our host spoke with China Darrington of Summit Recovery Hub and Ken Vick of Benilde Hall about the work they are doing through their organizations. Tune in now to hear stories and anecdotes from the field!
In this episode, our host spoke with one of our previously featured organizational stakeholders of the month about the work they are doing through their organization. Tune in now to hear stories and anecdotes from the field with Pete Nielsen of the California Consortium of Addiction Programs & Professionals!
This month, we are throwing it back to an episode we published last fall. Our host talked with Kris Kelly, Nell Hurley, and Marin Nelson about their experiences creating and supporting recovery friendly workplaces. We'll be back at the top of the new year with a brand new episode.
In this episode, our host spoke with some of our previously featured organizational stakeholders of the month about the work they are doing through their respective organizations. Tune in now to hear stories and anecdotes from the field with Bobbi-Jo Reed of Healing House and Norma Jaeger of Recovery Idaho!
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This month, our host spoke with Theresa M. Knorr of Friends of Recovery-New York about their upcoming 7th annual recovery conference. This year's theme is 'When We All Recovery: Holistic Recovery For Individuals, Families and Communities' and will feature a wide variety of workshops and keynote speeches designed to provide a holistic view of recovery. Find out more, including registration information, online at: https://for-ny.org/2022-nys-recovery-conference/.
Funding for this initiative was made possible by grant no. 1H79TI083022 from SAMHSA. The views expressed in written conference materials or publications and by speakers and moderators do not necessarily reflect the official policies of the Department of Health and Human Services; nor does mention of trade names, commercial practices, or organizations imply endorsement by the U.S. Government.