ASH has experienced substantial growth over the last two years, and so has its health sharing impact in the United States and in East Africa. Since its inception, ASH has partnered with Shared Health Alliance to provide regulatory support, vendor recommendations, additional member assistance, and marketing initiatives. Corey Durbin, CEO of Shared Health Alliance, hosts this newly launched podcast. You will experience deep, meaningful conversations with the people and programs that help support ASH members as they access their health care needs.
Running Eyes is a fantastic opportunity to get to know the heart of the people and programs that surround ASH. ASH is fully committed to growing in a way that enhances the member experience and allows it to walk in a manner worthy of its calling - to change health care and change lives.
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Tackling Mental Health Stigma with Joe Lawson
Join Corey as he sits down with SHARx Advocate, Joe Lawson. Joe recounts his turbulent upbringing and how he overcame trauma with the support of his friends and family. This is a very emotional and powerful conversation that addresses the need to break down the barriers to mental health access.
If you are experiencing sexual abuse, please call this hotline: 1-800-656-4673
If you are experiencing self-harm, please text this hotline: text HOME to 741741
If you are having suicidal thoughts, please call this hotline: 800-273-8255
Addressing Mental Health Issues and Access in a Post Pandemic World
This week, Corey is joined by Owner of the Center for Hope and Healing Kristen Ernst, LPC. They dive deep into the changing landscape of mental health, affordable access, and current social issues. Kristen's insights on the importance of reconnection after a year of isolation are a must hear for everyone. You won't want to miss this engaging discussion of hope and healing.
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International Health Sharing Update – Changing health care, changing lives in Ethiopia
Join Pat Bradley, Founder of Crisis Aid International (and ASH’s liaison to BAIC), and Mike Hentges, ASH President, as they sit down with Corey to talk about the harrowing and healing work of their missions in Ethiopia and St. Louis. This inspiring conversation puts you in the shoes of the mission workers and the communities they serve and is an encouraging reminder that ASH members are impacting lives across the globe.
Raising Capable Daughters with Ohana Media Group Founder, Trila Bumstead
This week, Corey is joined by Founder of Ohana Media Group, Trila Bumstead. Tune in as they talk about life, raising capable daughters, and how their experiences have shaped the way they lead. Trila’s 20 plus years of experience have positioned her as an expert in the broadcasting world and her unique trajectory as a Hawaiian American woman in a male-dominated industry makes this podcast one you won’t want to miss!
Corey and Trila dive deep into an engaging conversation about her journey from Deloitte & Touché to CEO of New Northwest Broadcasters. Along the way, no topic is off-limits as they chat about family, motherhood, and bias.
Putting our Members First with Alice Townzen and Michelle Jarvis
This week, Corey sits down with ASH Retention Director, Alice Townzen, and Director of Member Services, Michelle Jarvis, to give you a behind the scenes look at ASH’s Member Services team. You won’t want to miss the incredible stories of these two women and how their lives have shaped the culture and interactions with members and our team.
Please be aware, there are sensitive topics included in this podcast. If you are experiencing intimate partner violence, please call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233. If you are experiencing thoughts of suicide, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255.
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Facial Diagnosis and Holistic Healing with Todd Frisch
Don’t miss the second half of Corey’s engaging discussion with author, speaker, and holistic healer, Todd Frisch. As a long-time health share participant himself, Dr. Frisch knows how important getting and staying healthy is, especially in the world of alternate health care access. Todd is also the founder and technical advisor of the nationally acclaimed health transformation program SHAPE ReClaimed. He spends endless hours studying the manifestation of illness and that passion is at the heart of his talk with Corey in part one of our two-part series on illness, wellness, and alternative approaches to healthcare. You won't want to miss this engaging discussion on the application of alternative methods to find what's not right, instead of focusing on what's wrong.
This content is not intended to be used as medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. If you think you may have a medical emergency, call your doctor, go to the emergency department, or call 911 immediately.