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Pull up a seat at the PrevenTable and listen to candid conversations about the intersection of alcohol, drugs, and mental health on everyday lives. It's not all sob stories, but it is raw. We share our vulnerabilities and talk with thought leaders and “normal” people in hopes that it will help others who are struggling with substance use.

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Pull up a seat at the PrevenTable and listen to candid conversations about the intersection of alcohol, drugs, and mental health on everyday lives. It's not all sob stories, but it is raw. We share our vulnerabilities and talk with thought leaders and “normal” people in hopes that it will help others who are struggling with substance use.

    Hold On Pain Ends

    Hold On Pain Ends

    What do the construction industry and suicide have in common? Unfortunately, a lot. The suicide rate in the construction industry is 3-5x times higher than the national average. Bo Cooper, Alberici Safety Director, and Brandon Anderson, Vice President of Safety for the Association of General Contractors stop by to discuss this and how they are tackling it head-on because everyone needs some HOPE in their lives.

    • 27 min
    Change + Capacity = Activism

    Change + Capacity = Activism

    How can we redefine norms around mental health in immigrant communities? Dr. Min Liu (Professor of Communication at SIUE) and the student members of the Asian American Civic Scholars are tackling this important question, conversation by conversation. Hear how they are bringing resources like Teen Mental Health First Aid- and creating their own- to their schools, parents, and grandparents to create positive change and save lives.

    • 30 min
    Our Secrets Keep Us Sick

    Our Secrets Keep Us Sick

    The conversation continues with bestselling author of "The Addiction Inoculation," Jessica Lahey. She advocates for frequent, fact-based dialogue about drugs, beginning in pre-K and continuing through college and shares how she creates the space for convos with her kids.

    • 25 min
    How Can I End This With Me?

    How Can I End This With Me?

    Mom, teacher, and author, Jessica Lahey reveals the motivation behind her best-selling book, "The Addiction Inoculation." She talks brain science, middle schoolers, and how being open and honest about her own sobriety keeps her accountable.

    • 20 min
    It's All About Connection: RecoveryFest 2022

    It's All About Connection: RecoveryFest 2022

    Join us at the Preventable with second-time guest, Jim Murphy, as he shares all the exciting details for the upcoming RecoveryFest 2022.

    • 20 min
    Banking on Community

    Banking on Community

    For almost 15 years, Stacy Clay was an advocate and leader in St. Louis Public Schools, and worked to develop comprehensive Student Support Services. When he stepped into a new role at First Bank, his fresh perspective as a non-banker and his understanding of community issues proved invaluable in furthering First Bank’s local emphasis. Stacy talks about the importance of relationships in banking, education, and community, and how technology serves as an important conduit for connection as the landscape and ways we communicate change.

    • 23 min

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