Hosted by Pozitive Pathways Community Services as part of the Label Me Person Campaign Anti-Stigma Awareness Campaign that highlights how the opioid crisis impacts our community and challenges stereotypes of people who use substances. Through the sharing of stories from members of our community with lived experience, the campaign challenges us to reflect on how we’ve been impacted by substance use, and how each of us can play a part in ending the opioid crisis through education, awareness and the reduction of stigma.
Chapter 05: Chantel's Journey
On the latest episode, Chantel shares her journey with addiction. We talk about our core beliefs and how they limit us, the power of language and the stigma it creates, and how crucial it is to have community support systems in place to better support people who use substances. For more information visit labelmeperson.com
Chapter 04: What is Harm Reduction?
This episode talks about harm reduction and what it is and why it's crucial in supporting people who use substances.
Chapter 03: Mandy's story
Listen to Mandy's story about the impact of addiction in her family and her own recovery story. For more on Mandy's story and to hear many others, visit labelmeperson.com
Chapter 02: Stephanie's Journey
Listen to Stephanie's story about her life with addiction and recovery, how it impacted her life, her marriage and her family. For more on Stephanie's story visit labelmeperson.com
Chapter 01: the launch
Interview with Pozitive Pathways Community Services executive director Michael Brennan explaining the story behind the launch of the campaign and why it was needed in Windsor and Essex County.
Introduction to Label Me Person podcast. For more information on the Label Me Person Campaign or to attend our workshops go to www.labelmeperson.com. If you have any questions or would like to share your story email at LMP@pozitivepathways.com.