Each month, we interview individuals who are working hard to reverse the addiction crisis.
Voices With Impact is an annual, year-long project that celebrates mental health stories told by filmmakers with unique perspectives and lived experiences. Meet one of those film makers, Sideah Alladice as we discuss her film Be*Long.
2020 was a struggle. In 2021, we are all recovering from something. We sat down with host of Lemonada Media’s podcast, In Recovery, Dr. Nzinga Harrison, to talk about all things addiction related including: race, mental health, treatment and recovery.
THE POWER OF WE is a dynamic new podcast hosted by the passionate mother/daughter duo Samantha & Nicole Senia that peels back the curtain on sobriety, sanity, and survival
Miss Carly’s is serving up meals and a whole lot more to anyone in need and it comes with a side of unconditional love. Her story is heroic and inspiring!
Director Nicholas Jarecki talks about his film Crisis, which takes an uncompromising look at the opioid epidemic through three parallel stories.
The director of Hooked, Matthew Miele, talks about the film with Jack Conroy’s mom, Barbara, and his sister, Grace.
Lauren Sisler shares her story in hopes of spreading awareness while breaking down the barriers that stand in the way of us living our best life.
Stephanie Wittels Wachs and Jessica Cordova Kramer, co-founders of Lemonada Media, a women-run podcast network that shares the unfiltered version of the human experience, sit down for an interview with Shatterproof.
Kama Einhorn, a Senior Content Manager for Sesame Workshop's U.S. Social Impact group, talks about multimedia outreach materials for children, parents, and providers.
Nick discusses his 4 years in recovery from Substance Use Disorder and his passion for helping others find sobriety.
Corey shares his story of addiction and road to recovery in OUT Magazine and talks about how he launched an Instagram live series called "Isolated in Sobriety."
We talked with 3 people from the documentary Gateway which explores the opioid epidemic from multiple perspectives.
We sat down with Harvard professor Dr. John Kelly to talk about and better understand AA and its efficacy through his research.