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    Ep 106 Propósitos Alcanzables, Cuidando Nuestra Salud Mental Este 2023 Con NAMI

    Ep 106 Propósitos Alcanzables, Cuidando Nuestra Salud Mental Este 2023 Con NAMI

    NAMI Southeast Minnesota is an organization of families, friends and individuals whose lives have been affected by mental illness. Together, we advocate for better lives for those individuals who have a mental illness.

    2746 Superior Dr NW, Suite 110,
    Rochester, MN, United States, Minnesota

    (507) 287-1692



    • 46 min
    EP 105 Changes On Teen's Life, How To Talk To Them.

    EP 105 Changes On Teen's Life, How To Talk To Them.

    On this episode we had the opportunity to talk with Faith Nyaenya and she share some way to prevent youth youth from getting involve on substance abuse.
    Kelty Mental Health Resource Centre: Resources are available on this website for youth and teens about substance use, including in-depth information on various substances and concurrent disorders, as well as steps to seek help. http://keltymentalhealth.ca/substance-use
    Partnership for Drug-Free Kids: This website works to reduce substance abuse among adolescents by supporting families and engaging with teens. http://www.drugfree.org/
    Truth Campaign: This campaign provides information and uses videos and social media to engage youth in taking action against tobacco and tobacco companies. http://www.thetruth.com/
    Your Room: This website offers information about alcohol and a wide range of drugs, their effects, withdrawal, and how to get help for yourself or for anyone else who needs it. http://yourroom.com.au/
    National Council on Alcohol and Drug Dependence: This informational website provides support to those who need assistance confronting the diseases of alcoholism and drug dependence. http://ncaddms.org/
    National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism: NIAAA supports and conducts research on the impact of alcohol use on human health and wellbeing. They provide resources directed toward young people to evaluate your drinking and tools to stay in control. http://rethinkingdrinking.niaaa.nih.gov/
    NIDA for Teens: NIDA provides a wealth of knowledge and resources including easy-to-read guides about various drugs. Their website for adolescents includes videos, blog posts, and drug facts. http://teens.drugabuse.gov/  
    Behavioral Health Treatment Services Locator: Find treatment facilities for substance abuse/addiction and/or mental health problems. https://findtreatment.samhsa.gov/
    Buprenorphine Treatment Physician Locator: Find physicians authorized to treat opioid dependency with buprenorphine by state. http://www.samhsa.gov/medication-assisted-treatment/physician-program-data/treatment-physician-locator
    Opioid Treatment Program Directory: Search opioid treatment programs by state. http://dpt2.samhsa.gov/treatment/directory.aspx
    Sober Nation Treatment Locator: An extensive  directory of recovery centers http://www.sobernation.com/
    Al-Anon Family for Teens: A group for problem drinkers who can find understanding and support through group meetings, podcasts, and other resources. http://www.al-anon.alateen.org/for-alateen
    Alcohol Anonymous: The AA website can help young people find AA meetings near them and has brochures directed at young people. http://www.aa.org/pages/en_US
    Narcotics Anonymous: The NA website can help young people find NA meetings near them and has resources including brochures for young addicts. http://www.na.org/
    Smart Recovery: SMART Recovery is a leading self-empowering addiction recovery support group. The website provides resources for teens and youth support programs, meeting locations, and an online community. http://www.smartrecovery.org/teens/

    • 1 hr 13 min
    Ep 104 #NewSchoolYear And #SubstanceAbuse

    Ep 104 #NewSchoolYear And #SubstanceAbuse

    In this episode we talk about the experiences that students are exposed to during the changes of a new school year. And we also talked about how to start a conversation related to substance abuse
    Minnesota Department of Health
    MDH resources

    • 31 min
    Ep 103 Mi Rol Como Intérprete De Español

    Ep 103 Mi Rol Como Intérprete De Español

    En este episodio aprendemos sobre el rol de un interprete de español en el ramo de la salud. y también aprendemos de como podemos participar en un estudio para mejorar el servicio de interpretes de la Clinica Mayo.

    si deseas participar en el estudio comunicate al
    For more information, contact Dr. Guillen Lozoya at GuillenLozoya.Andres@mayo.edu or (507) 422-5102.

    Mayo Clinic is seeking Spanish speaking adult volunteers who have experienced a hospital stay of 2 weeks or more within the last 2 years and used an interpreter while in the hospital, to participate in a research study. The purpose of this study is to understand the challenges faced by Spanish speaking patients who are hospitalized for a long time and who have complex illnesses as well as the use of interpreters during these hospital stays.
    You may be eligible to participate if you:
    • Are Spanish speaking
    • Are over 18 years of age
    • Were hospitalized in the last 2 years
    • Were in the hospital for 2 weeks or more
    • Suffered from a complex or critical illness while in the hospital
    ©2022 Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research.
    • Used an interpreter during your hospital stay
    • Have Spanish speaking loved ones or family members who fit the above criteria

    Participation will last for 1 hour and includes an online focus group meeting (using a program like Zoom) with 5-10 other people who are either patients or who have family members who are patients. We will ask you to discuss your experiences and thoughts about being in the hospital for a long stay with a complex medical condition, your thoughts about using
    an interpreter, as well as how you think hospitals care for patients with language barriers and complex conditions. You will be compensated for your time spent in this study.

    • 16 min
    Ep 102 Learning How To Run A #farmers Market During A Pandemic And HAFA

    Ep 102 Learning How To Run A #farmers Market During A Pandemic And HAFA

    On these episode we learn about HAFA https://www.hmongfarmers.com/

    Hmong American farmers occupy a unique place in the history of Minnesota’s local foods movement. Since Hmong refugees began resettling from Laos and Thailand to Minnesota in the 1970s as political refugees after the Vietnam War, many families have relied on their agricultural heritage to make a living growing produce and flowers for local farmers markets.

    By the late 1980s, Hmong farmers had revitalized the Saint Paul and Minneapolis Farmers Markets, transforming them into some of the most vibrant markets in the country, while also changing Minnesota’s taste buds for Thai chili peppers and Chinese bok choy. As hard working farmers, they provided the fresh produce that fueled the exponential growth of farmers markets into suburban communities and urban corridors, and greatly increased the supply of nutritious, affordable food.

    Today, Hmong American farmers are leading the Twin Cities local food economy, making up more than 50% of all the farmers in metropolitan farmers markets. Hmong farmers are at the center of a Minnesota-based local foods economy that according to AgStar Financial Services generates over $250 million in annual sales. Without Hmong farmers, this explosion of awareness and interest in local foods and small-scale farming in Minnesota would not be possible.

    Still, Hmong farmers continue to face many barriers to accessing land, financing, training, research and markets and building sustainable family businesses.

    In 2011, a group of Hmong American farming families formed the Hmong American Farmers Association (HAFA) because we believed the best people to support Hmong farmers are Hmong farmers themselves and that we are all lifted up when those who are affected by an unfair food system lead the change we seek. We formed with the mission to advance the prosperity of Hmong American farmers through cooperative endeavors, capacity building and advocacy.

    As part of an integrated approach to community wealth building, HAFA manages a 155-acre farm in Dakota County where member families can lease land, hone their business and agricultural practices, and sell produce to the HAFA Food Hub.

    The HAFA Food Hub aggregates and sells members’ produce through community-supported agriculture (CSA) shares, schools, retailers and institutions.

    Through collective farm business development, education and advocacy, we are building paths to wealth creation, not just income generation, toward a sustainable, fair food economy for all.

    • 23 min
    Ep 101 2021 Fin De Año

    Ep 101 2021 Fin De Año

    Mensaje de Fin de Año. Eh introducción de nuestros colaboradores.

    • 15 min

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