Media Archive

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August 2015 Radio Episode: Preventing and Addressing Homelessness Among People With Mental and/or Substance Use Disorders

This episode examines the causes of homelessness for people with mental and/or substance use disorders. Panelists discuss various evidence-based models that address homelessness. They also highlight current programs that are successful at reducing these conditions and that are providing health, screenings, and wellness resources.

Radio
August 2014 Television Episode: Supporting Recovery With Safe, Sober, and Peer-Oriented Housing

Find out why recovery housing is becoming a popular treatment for substance use disorders.

Video
August 2014 Radio Episode: Supporting Recovery With Safe, Sober, and Peer-Oriented Housing

Find out why recovery housing is becoming a popular treatment for substance use disorders.

Radio
April 2017: Collegiate Recovery: Back to the Dorm

In this episode, panelists will discuss collegiate recovery in diverse higher education settings and ways to support students in recovery from mental and/or substance use disorders.

Video
April 2017 Trailer: Collegiate Recovery: Back to the Dorm

In this episode, panelists will discuss collegiate recovery in diverse higher education settings and ways to support students in recovery from mental and/or substance use disorders.

Video
April 2017 Radio Episode: Collegiate Recovery: Back to the Dorm

In this episode, panelists will discuss collegiate recovery in diverse higher education settings and ways to support students in recovery from mental and/or substance use disorders.

Radio
April 2016: Generational Issues Affecting Recovery: From Childhood to Grandparenthood

Mental or substance use disorders often affect several generations of the same family, due to the effect of parents’ disorders on their children, but early intervention can interrupt these patterns.

Video
April 2016 Trailer: Generational Issues Affecting Recovery: From Childhood to Grandparenthood

The effects of mental and substance abuse disorders can cascade through generations, but support within and beyond the family can build resiliency.  

Video
April 2016 Radio Episode: Generational Issues Affecting Recovery: From Childhood to Grandparenthood

Mental or substance use disorders often affect several generations of the same family, due to the effect of parents’ disorders on their children, but early intervention can interrupt these patterns.

Radio
April 2015 Trailer: Substance Use Among Youth and Young Adults: Pathways to Health and Lifelong Success

This episode focuses on the complex challenges faced by America’s high school and college students. It examines the connection between increased academic and emotional stress and substance misuse, such as underage drinking on college campuses and prescription drug misuse.

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