When we’re better listeners, we can get people the care they really need. Join us for a conversation around health, well-being and the many ways people across Central Indiana are offering a helping hand.
Racism as a Public Health Crisis
Racism as a public health crisis is discussed on the latest Tell Us Where It Hurts podcast. The conversation centers on racism’s effect on physical health outcomes of black and brown communities locally, nationally and globally.
Addiction and Recovery
Our latest Tell Us Where It Hurts podcast confronts the crisis of substance use and addiction, and the importance of recovery. The discussion includes COVID isolation and its impact on Hoosiers with substance use disorder, addiction stigma and seeking treatment, and how the opioid crisis affects local communities.
In this week’s episode of Tell Us Where it Hurts, transportation and its impact on the health of our community. Positive health outcomes rely on many social and economic factors, including transportation, which plays an important role in our individual and community health.
Education is the topic of this week’s Tell Us Where it Hurts podcast. We talk with Lauren B. Rapp of the Simon Youth Foundation and Cortnei Flucas of Indianapolis Public Schools to break down how education insecurity for people of all ages affects our community.
Gun Violence Victimization & Trauma
On this episode of Tell Us Where it Hurts, we sit down to discuss gun violence and its effects on public health with Shonna Majors, Director of Community Violence Reduction for the City of Indianapolis, and Chloe Moushey, Program Manager of Crisis at Community Health Network.
Amy Nelson, Executive Director, Fair Housing Center of Central Indiana and Marshawn Wolley, Public Policy Director, African American Coalition of Indianapolis join us in the studio for a discussion on housing insecurity in Indianapolis. Learn about the historical decisions that have impacted inequality in Indianapolis and also how housing directly affects health in some obvious, and not-so-obvious, ways.