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Your library of 100+ video and audio stories to spark a new conversation on mental health and identity.

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Join Mike Hooper as he shares his inspiring journey to recovery.

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Reignited: Finding Purpose and Passion

Join Mike Hooper as he shares his inspiring journey to recovery.

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Brothers in Recovery: A Conversation

A conversation on what it means to be a Black man in recovery, moderated by Pop Buchanan, host of the Sober Is Dope! Podcast.

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All You Touch You Change: The Recovery Justice Framework

Through this interactive workshop, golden explores the framework and encourage us all to dream/strategize how we can realize our visions of a more just world where recovery and healing is accessible to all.

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Little Bits of Magic

Carolyn Chica reflects on her mother's journey to the United States from Colombia during La Violencia.

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Affirmations with Brandon Be Happy

Brandon is Founder of Reddit's largest recovery group and a true voice of joy.

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Sip of Empathy

Let's talk memory, inspired by artist June’s lifelong creative legacy as she embarks on a journey with her granddaughter to catalog her memories and work as she nears 93 years.

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180 Days

After 15 years in hospice care helping patients and families experience "good deaths", Taren Sterry reflects on the nature of dying in her one-woman play '180 Days'.

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Gaps In Youth Recovery

How do we support younger folks (18 years old and younger) who are experiencing consequences from substance use and seeking support? What are the barriers for young people?

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