This Podcast looks a variety of mental health scenarios and tools in America. We will discuss the 988 crisis service, what to expect when accessing services, and new and noteworthy changes in mental health legislation. As well as analyzing mental health situation in the media and how they were handled.Join Tom Franchi and Joe Oria as they delve into Mental Health in America
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August 31st is International Overdose Awareness Day. On our latest episode titled "Overdose Awareness," Ryan and Tom invite us to engage in the topic of Overdose Awareness month. The statistics of overdoses in America. Listen to learn about fatal and non fatal overdose's and how we as a community can help the substance use and overdose problem.
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S2 E3 - Minority Mental Health Disparities
In our latest episode titled "Minority Mental Health Disparities," Ryan and Thomas invite us to engage in a profound conversation about the mental health of minorities and the importance of addressing existing disparities. We'll explore the unique challenges faced by minority communities in accessing mental health care and discuss how we can collaborate to create a more inclusive and equitable future.
S2 Episode 2 - Mental Health Resources
S2, E1 - Gun violence's impacts on Mental Health
Whether you’re directly involved in an incident of gun violence, you’re a witness to a shooting, or simply hear about the events on the news, you can become traumatized or develop symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
You and your loved ones can recover from traumatic stress by using some strategies that Thomas Franchi and Tiffany Stewart discuss in the new episode of Reach for Understanding
Episode 10 - The Red Flag Law!
Episode 9 - Mental Health Days for Students
Listen to the new podcast of Reach for Understanding with Thomas Frenchi and Austin Jones and learn how more and more, schools are recognizing this need and for the first time are allowing a set number of days for kids to stay home from school for mental health reasons!