The Addictive Podcast is about functional as well as dysfunctional drug use and addiction. Listen to families, professionals, psychonaughts, and users who live with legal and illegal drugs in their daily lives. We are drug education evolved!
TAP63 Casey Dillon
Casey Dillon is an experienced digital communicator, specializing in leveraging real-time trends and long-term strategy to develop successful advocacy and communications campaigns. She also serves as the Program Director for Advocates for Opioid Recovery, where she manages communications, media relations and grassroots advocacy efforts to break down barriers to evidence-based addiction treatment.
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TAP62 Mike Todd
Mike Todd joins TAP today to discuss the latest advocacy efforts happening in South Carolina. Mike has worked hard to bring legitimacy to recovery housing and is an active voice for the Recovery Advocacy Project in SC. You can follow Mike at www.freedomrecoverycenterofgreenville.org and www.recoveryvoices.com. This episode also celebrates 200 overdose reversals for Challenges Inc, a South Carolina syringe services program. Learn more at www.challengesinc.org
TAP61 Riley Koyote
MAT advocate and harm reductionist, Riley Koyote from Athens G.A. joins The Addictive Podcast to discuss the latest progress surrounding these topics in Georgia. Riley also runs https://athensqueercollective.org/ and works at https://www.accesspointga.org, providing syringe access to Athens.
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TAP60 Christina Dent
Founder of End It For Good, Christina Dent joins us to discuss the challenge of implementing harm reduction strategies in conservative places. She is well known for her TedX Talk in Jackson, Mississippi and other appearances in the drug policy reform movement. Learn more about her work at www.enditforgood.com. Support this podcast and harm reduction in South Carolina at www.challengesinc.org
TAP59 Jenna Sheldon
Executive Director of RecoveryATX, Jenna Sheldon joins the podcast to discuss the importance of recovery oriented language and how stigma exists even within our own recovery communities. Visit www.recoveryatx.org to learn more about Jenna's work. Visit www.challengesinc.org to see what's happening with harm reduction in South Carolina.
TAP58 Ryan Hampton
Former White House staffer and national recovery advocate, Ryan Hampton talks about federal and state funding for recovery support services, the need for syringe services, and the future of decriminalization. Join Ryan in the fight and learn how you can make a difference at www.mobilizerecovery.org. Visit www.challengesinc.org to support SC syringe services.