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You Too? Yes! Me too. I have a story that is uniquely mine yet very similar to yours. I have loved ones who have suffered from mental health issues and substance misuse. I have struggled with both. We have all gone through things that have shaped our lives, changed us for the better, and given us a story worth telling.

On this platform, You too? we will be featuring the stories of our coaches, Youturn Health employees, and YOU! You never know if your story might be the catalyst for someone to get help, realize they aren’t alone, or even just smile again.

You Too? Yes, me too.

You Too‪?‬ Youturn Health

    • Health & Fitness
    • 4.9 • 32 Ratings

You Too? Yes! Me too. I have a story that is uniquely mine yet very similar to yours. I have loved ones who have suffered from mental health issues and substance misuse. I have struggled with both. We have all gone through things that have shaped our lives, changed us for the better, and given us a story worth telling.

On this platform, You too? we will be featuring the stories of our coaches, Youturn Health employees, and YOU! You never know if your story might be the catalyst for someone to get help, realize they aren’t alone, or even just smile again.

You Too? Yes, me too.

    You Too? With Audrey Lee

    You Too? With Audrey Lee

    This week, one of our Youturn Health coaches shares her story!

    You Too? Yes! Me too. I have a story that is uniquely mine yet very similar to yours. I have loved ones who have suffered from mental health issues and substance misuse. I have struggled with both.

    We have all gone through things that have shaped our lives, changed us for the better, and given us a story worth telling. When we share with others, the walls of isolation fall, hope is restored, and communities are built.

    On this platform, You too? we will feature the stories of our coaches, Youturn Health employees, and YOU! We want you to have a chance to share. You never know if your story might be the catalyst for someone to get help, realize they aren’t alone, or even just smile again.

    Join us weekly as we hear stories of the human condition that teach, inspire, and create community.

    You Too? Yes, me too.

    #storytelling

    #youtoo?

    #mentalhealth

    #substanceusedisorder

    • 6 min
    You Too? With Blane Roberts

    You Too? With Blane Roberts

    You Too? Yes! Me too. I have a story that is uniquely mine yet very similar to yours. I have loved ones who have suffered from mental health issues and substance misuse. I have struggled with both.

    We have all gone through things that have shaped our lives, changed us for the better, and given us a story worth telling. When we share with others, the walls of isolation fall, hope is restored, and communities are built.

    On this platform, You too? we will feature the stories of our coaches, Youturn Health employees, and YOU! We want you to have a chance to share. You never know if your story might be the catalyst for someone to get help, realize they aren’t alone, or even just smile again.

    Join us weekly as we hear stories of the human condition that teach, inspire, and create community.

    You Too? Yes, me too.

    • 13 min
    Replay: Lauren Houck's story from Adderall to prison to peer support specialist

    Replay: Lauren Houck's story from Adderall to prison to peer support specialist

    Lauren Houck is a Youturn Health Peer Support Specialst who works on the reentry team. Her lived experience allows her to not only empathize with her clients, but forms a bond that is necesary for their success once they are on the outside.

    Her story is an example of how our coaches use their struggles and their triumphs to encourage others along a path to a life worth living. Lauren pours her heart out on this episode and will undoubtedly give hope to those still struggling.

    All of our peer coaches have lived experience for this reason: Regardless of receiving treatment while incarcerated – and only a small percentage do – individuals re-entering society need support for substance use, mental health, and life in general. This is where a peer coach with lived experience
    can make a profound difference.

    • 58 min
    Replay: Host of Champagne Problems Robbie Shaw Shares His Story

    Replay: Host of Champagne Problems Robbie Shaw Shares His Story

    Robbie Shaw is the founder and CEO of Eventide Recovery. His journey with alcohol also led him to create the nationally recognized podcast Champagne Problems. He and co-hosts, Samantha Hampson and Patrick Balsley have all worked in the addiction space and bring fresh perspectives to managing our relationship with alcohol.

    BIOGRAPHY
    Shaw has an undergraduate degree in sociology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a Master’s degree in clinical mental health counseling from the University of Southern Maine.

    He is trained in recovery coaching and intervention from the Addictions Academy in South Florida. Currently, Shaw is training as a Holistic Wellness Coach under the International Association of Wellness Professionals.

    He feels that the many opportunities he has had to work with others continues to inform the techniques and strategies used to educate and mentor clients.

    https://eventiderecovery.com/
    https://champagneprobspodcast.com/

    • 55 min
    Kevin Lynch and the Quell Foundation

    Kevin Lynch and the Quell Foundation

    Kevin Lynch embodies The Quell Foundation mission. Founded in December, 2015 in North Falmouth, MA, Kevin launched The Quell Foundation which aims to reduce the number of suicides, drug overdoses and incarceration of people living with a mental illness. Kevin works tirelessly, and without compensation, to remove the stigma and normalize the conversation of mental health. In doing so, he encourages others to share their stories and creates an environment for them to do so without fear of judgment. Leading by example, Kevin openly discusses his personal experiences with mental illness, often in some of the most public forums, including commencement addresses, corporate speaking engagements and over 100 college campuses across the United States.

    Kevin’s career as a public servant began as a twelve-year veteran of the elite United States Naval Submarine Force. When an unfortunate injury ended his military career, Kevin chose the healthcare sector to continue his commitment of caring for and fighting for others in their time of need.Since the Foundation's inception, Kevin has played a major role in the creation and implementation of The Quell Foundation's programs and initiatives to reduce suicides and erase the stigma surrounding mental health. Kevin envisioned and implemented a scholarship program within The Quell Foundation which provides financial support to undergraduate and graduate level students who are either enrolled in a mental health degree related field, are living with a diagnosed mental illness themselves, or who had lost a parent/caregiver or sibling to suicide.

    Kevin grew The Quell Foundation’s scholarship program from 16 scholarships in 2016 to over 1,800 scholarships today. To date, Quell has distributed over $3.2 million in awards to students attending over 480 different colleges and universities in all fifty states..As executive producer, and film subject, of The Quell Foundations’ educational documentary, Portraits of Life with Mental Illness, Kevin aims to positively influence the public’s perception of mental illness by fostering a culture of empathy and understanding through film. Statistically proven to reduce stigma, Portraits of Life With Mental Illness has been shown to over 20,000 individuals at college campuses, in corporate offices and with government agencies across the country. Kevin attends each screening, volunteering his time and expertise by serving as a panelist and directly engaging with the audience. He continues to partner with both local and national organizations to bring the film to communities in need. His research on this films ability to positively influence the viewer has been peer reviewed and published in an international medical journal.

    As the founder and CEO of Quell, Kevin has also brought forth his passion for mental health advocacy work for first responders. In 2022, Kevin served as an executive producer for his second documentary, First Responders Sound the Alarm. Through this work, Kevin fights to remove the stigma that lives within many of our nation's first responder communities. Since its release, First Responders Sound the Alarm has been shown throughout the country to hundreds of first responders with each screening being accompanied by an interactive panel discussion. In recent research conducted by our organization, early indicators show First Responders Sound The Alarm can better help first responders process traumatic events, increase willingness to disclose their mental health challenges to colleagues and show a greater readiness to work with peers who have a mental health illness.

    Kevin has transformed The Quell Foundation into a nationally acclaimed mental health organization known for turning advocacy into statistical change through its prestigious scholarship program, educational documentary series and First Responder Resilience Project. Kevin is a Fellow of The Pennsylvania State University Alumni Association...

    • 34 min
    Kelly Flagg leads the way in safety in construction

    Kelly Flagg leads the way in safety in construction

    You Learn You Turn is once again highlighting an exceptional woman in construction, Kelly Flagg in honor of Women In Constuction Week this month.

    WIC Week™, or Women in Construction Week™, celebrates and promotes the role of women in the construction industry. NAWIC held the first WIC Week in 1998 and it has grown and expanded each year since. Many of our local chapters hold WIC Week events, which can include making presentations to high school classes, job site tours, luncheons and virtual events.

    This year's theme, 'Keys to the Future', celebrates the strength and knowledge of women and the vital role they play in shaping the future of the construction industry.


    Kelly Is the Executive Director for AGC Maine. AGC Maine is a legislative advocate for the construction industry and also provides safety education, management courses, technical training and apprenticeship opportunities through the Maine Construction Academy. Kelly maintains a seat on the Career Management Associates roster as a Contract Speaker and Trainer, and is a current member of the National Association of Women in Construction. Throughout her career, she has become a trusted advisor to many in business leadership, human resources and safety management. She is particularly passionate about teaching front line and newly promoted supervisors how personal leadership growth can improve team dynamics. Her focus is on supporting development of the individuals in order to enhance the team.

    Women in Construction Week (wicweek.org)
    Home | Associated General Contractors of America (agc.org)
    AGC Maine Team - AGC Maine

    • 26 min

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Educational

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Changed my life

A must listen! The real conversations have helped me feel less alone in my struggles. They talk about everything mental health wise while featuring some incredible guests and their stories. I would give it 6 stars if I could!

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Amazing Material for Everyone

Everyone knows someone who struggles with SUD. The new apporaches and open conversations and treatments options are revolutionary. Knowledge is power.

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